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TP1138 - Beinn A' Chaisgein Beag
 
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Flush Bracket :
S9427
OSGB36 Station :
NH16/T6
Current use :
none
Historic use :
T:UK waypoint :
TP1138
County :
Highland Region

OSGB36 trig archive spreadsheet - IW
Trig NameOriginal NameNew NameEASTINGNORTHINGHEIGHTORDERTYPE OF MARKComputing DateCLASS OF LEVELLINGDate of LevellingLEVELLING DATUMDESTROYED MARK INDICATORCOMMENTS
Beinn A' Chaisgein BeagNH16/T6NH16T006196558.35882159.42680.0083PILLAR01/06/1958201/06/1958N0

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There are 14 photos for this trigpoint (view album).

This trigpoint:
Is ranked joint 272nd with 8 other trigs (more).
Has a mean score of 7.55/10 (from 11 logged visits)
Was First logged: 28th Jun 2005
Was Last logged: 17th May 2018

Of the 11 logged visits,
3 recorded a location and of these....

All were within 82m
The average error was 32m
The closest was 3m

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Good condition 17th May 2018  13:01  by Morecambe Monkey

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Good  Score: 10/10

Day 2 of 3 in Fisherfield & a very warm one too. Walked from camp spot at Lochan Feith Mhic'-Illean with the Corbett Beinn A'Chaisgein Mor. Superb unobstructed views to the West from this rather remote Graham.

Looking towards An Teallach.©Morecambe Monkey
©Morecambe Monkey


Good condition 26th Jun 2017  10:10  by Chalky

FB Number: S9427  Condition: Good  Score: 8/10

Stone built , spider retains centre cap with raised lettering, 3rd visit.


Good condition 16th Jun 2015  15:20  by Sealf4

FB Number: S9427  Condition: Good  Score: 8/10

Miserable weather that deteriorated during my trip. I had parked my camper at the carpark at Gruinard bay, caught the (morning) bus round to Corrie Hallie. Ithen walked in past Sheneval and climbed the Deargs (Beinn Dearg Mor being a 2nd ascent). I camped at the col between the 2 Deargs. The forecast had been reasonably good and on this day I had views, however overnight the weather deteriorated and next day it the clag came in but I was committed to continue onto Beinn a' Chaisgein Mor which I did and this was the compleation of my Corbett round. I continued onto the trig on Chaisgein Beag in a increasingly strong wind and no views! The walk out to the van was initially across trackless terrain then I picked up a slippy,rocky path along side Inverianvie River back to my van. Very satisfactory walk which I would like to repeat in better weather!

Beinn Chaisgein Beag ©Sealf4
Stonebuilt pillar Beinn Chaisgein Beag ©Sealf4
Flush Bracket S9427 ©Sealf4


Good condition 21st Apr 2015  15:35  by RichardM

Gridref: NG 96557 82156   FB Number: S9427  Condition: Good  Score: 5/10

Square pillar built of cemented rocks. On NW side of summit plateau but not at the highest point. Good views despite hazy grey skies. Nice walk in on path along the Inverianvie river, returned via a challenging crossing of the deep, wide and cold not so 'little' Little Gruinard River. Amazingly met 2 other independent people on the very top of this remote summit.


Not Logged 22nd Jul 2014  11:02  by NormanW

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Not Logged  Score: 5/10


Good condition 2nd Jun 2011  09:27  by peregrinus

FB Number: S9427  Condition: Good  Score: 7/10

vgc, stonebuilt, metal cap with wide raised letters. Misty summit, cold wind but turned into an excellent day. Original plan was just this trig, after the ferry from Stornoway but a combination of boat and weather problems saw me back on the mainland early. With an 0630 start from Inverianvie River Bridge (ex G1818 FB) I was at the trig in 3 hours and on Creag-mheall Mor by 1130. With a lot of day left I unfolded the map and realised that the impressive-looking Ruadh Stac Mor was probably doable so I headed there over a string of Sims / Graham Tops then back via 2 more Graham Tops and Beinn Chaisgein Mor - a superb 15 hour, 14 summit, 27 mile day.

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Good condition 23rd Jul 2010  15:30  by Chalky

FB Number: S9427  Condition: Good  Score: 8/10

Stone-built trig in VGC with spider intact, cap having raised lettering.Included in a long round from Gruinard as far as Carnan Ban & Sgurr na Laocainn. Previously visited this rather remote Graham 27/09/99 no trig details noted.


Good condition 31st May 2010  15:50  by Garth Fenton

Gridref: NG 96561 82148   FB Number: S9427  Condition: Good  Score: 9/10


Good condition 24th Oct 2007  13:30  by Aye Jimmy

FB Number: S9427  Condition: Good  Score: 10/10

Walked from Little Gruinard, with difficult river crossing. Spectacular views of remote hills in one of the most superb areas of Scotland.

Beinn a'Chaisgein Beag Summit, looking towards the Fisherfield hills
Beinn a'Chaisgein Beag Flush bracket
Beinn a'Chaisgein Beag Brass cap intact 24/10/07
Beinn a'Chaisgein Beag The Stalker, master of all he purveys... met him near the summit!
Beinn a'Chaisgein Beag View across Fionn Loch to Beinn Airigh Charr


Not Logged 24th May 2006  14:51  by fergie

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Not Logged  Score: 5/10

Graham round. Long tiring day.


Good condition 28th Jun 2005  14:50  by arranc

Gridref: NG 96500 82100   FB Number: S9427  Condition: Good  Score: 8/10

a long way in, with bike by the Gruinard river. including a visit to Chaisgein Mor - an 11 hour day. The estate was just building a wooden bothy at 978819, 400 yards from the nearest path. Who is going to use it?



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