Peaks

 

219

 

 

Pursuers

 

18

 

 

Finishers

 

0

 

 

Includes the hills of Scotland between 2,000 and 2,499 ft high with at least 150 m prominence. Created and maintained by Alan Dawson and named after Fiona Torbet (née Graham) who had created a similar challenge around the same time.

 

Highest peak

Beinn Talaidh

2,499 ft / 761 m

Most prominent peak

Sgurr na Coinnich

2,342 ft / 714 m

Most summited peak

Cairnsmore of Fleet

6 summits

Most difficult peak

no info yet

Difficulty breakdown

no info yet

Top climbing months

May   34%

October   10%

September  10%

"Solo. Parked at the entrance to the churchyard at Inverchaolain. Went north on the road a little way and then past Stronyaraig. Walked north to go up the hillside to Sron Dearg. It was very hot and the going tough as there was much bracken and heather. I joined an ATV track that rises up from Coire nam Bruach. I wish I had known about this track as it would have provided an easier route up the hill. I followed the track north up the ridge to reach the trig point at point 572m and the summit of Cruach nan Capull. Returned over Leacann nan Gall." - Cruach nan Capull, peter43, Jun 7, 2018
"Solo. From car park at Benmore Botanic Gardens along the private road to the water works on Loch Eck, continuing along the track that runs northwards close to Loch Eck. Shortly after Bernice took a left turn to go up Bernice Glen. Where the track turned south over a bridge over Bernice Burn, I left the track and ascended to Bealach Bernice, going firstly up the true righthand side of the burn and then mostly on the true lefthand side. I ascended the hillside southwards and joined the NE ridge of Beinn Mhòr where I found a narrow path. From Beinn Mhòr went down the SE ridge over five tops back " - Beinn Mhor, peter43, Jun 6, 2018
"From start of track to reservoir at NS274900. Solo. Warning signs and sight of three bulls caused me to deviate into the field to the east of the track. From near reservoir easy climb to the summit of Beinn Chaorach. Weather really nice so excellent long distance views to Arran and Ailsa Craig. Went over Beinn Tharsuinn and on a track towards Auchengaich Hill before descending down to the reservoir track. Met another walker who assured me the bulls were docile so used the track all the way to the car. The bulls did not budge at all!" - Beinn Chaorach, peter43, Apr 30, 2018
"From parking area at NS309987 in Glen Douglas. Solo. After reaching summit of Doune Hill East Top followed obvious path to Bealach Dùin, then up to Doune Hill and on to Beinn Lochain. Continued to Cruach an t-Sìdhein and Beinn Eich. Good weather." - Doune Hill, peter43, Apr 29, 2018
"From parking area at NS309987 in Glen Douglas. Solo. After reaching summits of Doune Hill East Top, Doune Hill, Beinn Lochain and Cruach an t-Sìdhein descended back to the col with Beinn Lochain. Brief hail shower. Found and followed a narrow path that made a traverse across to the Beinn Lochain - Beinn Eich path. Went over Beinn Eich and down to Edentaggart. Up Glen Mollochan on track and then a track not shown on OS 1:25,000 map to get me back to Doune farmhouse and Glen Douglas." - Beinn Eich, peter43, Apr 29, 2018