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Hill number:1597
Height:460m / 1509ft
RHB Section:24B: Harris and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Na h-Eileanan Siar [Western Isles] (UA)
Island:Lewis and Harris
Maritime area:South Harris - East
Watershed:Long Island
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NG 04253 86081
Summit feature:cairn on large boulder 5m N of trig point
Col:54m  NG051898  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 18
(1:25k) 455
Observations:embedded rock by windshelter/trig point is 20cm lower; cairn 15m SE at NG 04261 86061 is 50cm lower; cairn 90m NE at NG 04199 86147 is about 2m lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 126 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With Ian Merthersignyred20/09/2019
From W. Parked in small quarry N of bridge. Straight up past water treatment plant. Great views all round. With PM.CJM25/06/2019
Good parking just beyond the bridge at 022870. Took the track to the mast and water works and then directly to the summit. 3 hour return with CM. Wonderful views south to the Uists.bolton25/06/2019
1/4. From golden road Roineabhal, then Bhoiseabhal, back north to road and crossed over to Cnoc Bhomasdal for quick top. Then shuffle car to peat cutter area after fish far out west along same road for lovely Scara Ruadh.nickywood120/06/2019
From the water works on a fairly grim morning with snow lying above 300m.NormanW04/05/2019
Debs and Talisker, from Rodel churchMountain Goat27/09/2018
With Charles Scott. From Leverburgh hostel (9:30) to cattle grid SE of village then easy climb up to Roineabhal summit (10:50) over increasingly rocky ground. Intermittent cloud, but view from top. Down via Boiseabhal to minor road N of village; finish 12:50dbb20/09/2017
With David Baird. Straight up the hill from near the cattle grid at S end of Leverburgh. Easy. So glad it isn't a super quarry as it would have had lovely views if it hadn't been mistyThearlaichdubh20/09/2017
With Andrew P. Drove up track to waterworks. On to Bhoiseabhal before returning to car.jonglew16/09/2017
Granite on the summit plateau is anorthosite, similar in composition to rocks found in the mountains of the Moon if you believe what is written on the web. This hill had a referendum ballot over plans to remove 600 million tons of rock in the 1990ís. Parked at telecoms mast in clag at 65m. 2 hour 45rogreeves06/07/2017
From waterworks, pleasant gradual ascent on mostly easy groundAndrewFinnimore09/10/2016
Trig visitchalky195303/05/2016
Parked near to existing telephone mast and abandoned buildings (military communications?) at NG053838. Ascended ridge across initially boggy and then easy ground with Lorraine to Beinn na h-Aire and then onwards alone across very desolate rocky/mossy plateau and then up rocky ridge to summit.raffemeister07/04/2016
What a fabulous hill! From Rodel church, up via the loch, and down the ridge. Stunning 360 views, and the most amazing plateau and corries covered in grey stones. Surprisingly easy walking for Harris, with relatively small amounts of bog, mainly dodge-able on rocks.Gill28/03/2016
Dry, sunny, calm, good views, parking at top of pass on Rodel road.iangalbraith14/09/2015
V windy, showery day. View. Parked NG024892. Up Beinn Tharsuinn, Bhoiseabhal, summit. Down Ha Cleit. Rounsfell31/05/2015
From top of pass to SSW.Chris Peart16/09/2014
A great sunny mid September morning for climbing Roneval from Am Bothan bunkhouse in Leverburgh.Alex C14/09/2013
Solo Uisdean2530/07/2013
With Mora, from the A859 at ng 039846BLACKHILL08/06/2012
Parked by Steisevat 022870, old quarry. Up track to water works, then followed burn above showing old walling for containment. Easy to top, several cairns, great views. Back same way in 90 mins, w Jenx.nordicstar10/04/2012
From NG 058 850summitsup11/06/2011
From south with Jim Bloomer & Mat Webster. GR8 rugged mountain with superb views today.Dugswell210/06/2011
Trig revisit. Fine rocky summit, great view. Simple steep climb from pass to SW, a few minor crags to avoid.RHW04/04/2009
Up and down by shortest distance from the road. Much better from Leverburgh.Eddie13/07/2007
Parked on narrow road leading to SE coast. Rapid ascent over dry moor to broad ridge SE to hill. Sheep paths along ridge to broad bealach and to top of Bhoiseabhal. Unbelievable scraped rock landscape to NE with thousands of lochans. Down and over a wide bealach up to rock strewn slopes to top at 12.45.arranc29/05/2006
Parked by the main store in Leverburgh. Took roads and track to the water tank . From there there was an obvious route via a stream to the top. Once again great views were had especially of the Sound of Harris. The return was via the route up.garyhoney04/08/2004
Solo Uisdean2515/07/2003
just after sunset with fantastic St Kilda profile on horizon in the afterglow. Magicalvegibagger18/04/1998
Early morning solo south to north traverse at a run starting Day 2 of the Western Isles Challenge,(whilst Matt was still canoing over from Uist)- from our hired static caravan after little sleep and an exhausting but exhilarating day yesterday. Passed the harris tweed 'baton' on to Lesley waiting on he bike to power northwards along the golden coast road.Chris Pearson09/05/1996
Roineabhal RHW11/06/1993
sarah mundell21/09/2019
Dave McG17/05/2019
Simon Winton09/05/2019
A Peckish16/05/2018
Johnny Corbett11/05/2018