The full Cuillin Ridge Traverse, including Sgurr Beag and Sgurr na h-Uamha, followed by Garbh Bheinn, Clach Glas and Blaven. Start at Glen Brittle as for the Cuillin Traverse and finish at Slapin. Around 20 miles of distance and 4000m of height gain.

Charleson and Forde 1939

Johannes Petersen 15/Jun/15 Solo

In perfect condition, no wind, cool and clear all day. Started from Glen Brittle just after 3am, did Gars Bheinn to Gillean in 5h0m24s (including Sgurr Dubh Mhor, TD Gap, King's Chimney, Naismith's route). Tim led out of the TD Gap and up the crux of Naismith's route. Then continued over Sgurr Beag, Sgurr na h-Uamha, Garbh-bheinn, Clach Glas to Bla Bheinn, arriving at Bla Bheinn summit 09:24:42 after leaving Gars Bheinn summit and got down to Loch Slapin 11:50:31 after leaving Glen Brittle. Promptly went and spent £30 on pizza at Cafesia!

with Tim Gomersall
easers 12/Oct/13 Solo dnf

Did it over 2 days starting at loch Ainort heading over Garbh-bheinn, Clach Glas and Blabheinn over to Coruisk up the north east ridge of Gars-bheinn bivvying at Sgurr nan eag, next day I dropped my sac all the way down the great stone shot! Spilling some of the more valuable contents all over the scree wasting valuable time and losing a head torch so only making it to Bidein Druim nan Ramh before heading down before it became dark, one for another day....

with Doug
Andrew Barker 26/May/08 -

Started from Glen Brittle at 2.05am, got to Gars Bheinn summit at 4.35am. Soloed the main ridge including the TD Gap, King's Chimney and Naismith's Route, got to Sgurr Nan Gillean summit at 1.10pm. Met up with Dad in Glen Sligachan at 3.35pm for the second part. Summit of Blaven at 8.35pm, finished at Slapin at 10.45pm. 20 hours 40 mins, a long and tiring day!

Paula Hamilton-Gibson ?/May/02 Solo

Done over 3 days with 2 bivis in scorching heat.Started from Sligachen up Marsco and despite carrying 4ltrs of water ran out by the top of Blaven.Bivi at Camasunary, round by bad step to the March Burn and up by this to Gars Bhein diverted at TD gap to the spring under Allistair for yet more water! Down climbed all the abseils to avoid having to carry a rope and harness. Lots of stops to soak in the amazing views. An unforgetable experiance!

petemeads 08/Jun/89 -

Done as part of the Sligachan Horseshoe.

with Chip Chilton
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