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Name:Cruach Torr an Lochain
Hill number:1323
Height:347.7m / 1141ft
Parent (Ma):1319  Beinn Bhuidhe
RHB Section:17E: Mull and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Maritime area:Mull & surrounding islands
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Submarilyn, Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 56413 40269
Summit feature:cairn
Col:198.8m  NM 5764 4056  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 47 48
(1:25k) 374E 375E 375W
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 29 users)ByDate of Ascent
Small cairn amongst level moss; other points also visited- hailing and very windy- could barely stand. Parked in track entrance S of Salen village.Denise 16/03/2020
From the N. Forest track to old overgrown quarry then grassy track to NM5719,4176. Easily up through open forest to grassy NNE shoulder. All straight forward apart from the gusting SE wing and driving rain. Hardly able to stand up on the summit.RichardM16/03/2020
From the mausoleum.PGCE24/02/2020
Route as jimbloomer.Chris Peart14/11/2019
Andrew Simmons27/11/2017
Early morning thrash up from bend in road near mausoleum. Rhodedendron hell for 10 minutes then easy enough for the rest of the way. Good viewpoint.Thearlaichdubh06/05/2016
Just like Eddie, except Jim, Doug and I found a deer track through the non-native and then native trees. Assume the view from top is good.Martin R02/06/2015
Turned left into the forest about 50m before the mauseoleum, fairly easy going with no apparent access difficulties.jimbloomer02/06/2015
Walked to the mauseoleum then found an obvious wide path which was followed into the woodland then headed upwards after small quarry like area. Easily out onto open hillside via path then only a deer fence to climb before the summit with Martin Richardson and Jim Bloomer.Dugswell202/06/2015
Colin Crawford03/05/2013
With Coel, Danu, Sail, Evan, Eire & Alfie.Dangerous Dave19/10/2012
Alan Whatley29/04/2011
From B8305 at KnockAlan Moore24/02/2009
From Mausoleum avoiding Rhododendrons to SE and after many re-tracings in undergrowth, grassy top. Note in diary: ,easier route up re-entrant' but no detail.Eddie04/09/2005
pleasant hill, fine view; useful forest break 571403; NB Gruline Ho - walkers not welcome. clockwise from Gruline via E shore of Loch Ba: 2M + 1sM RHW28/03/2002