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Name:Kennapole Hill
Hill number:4623
Height:385m / 1263ft
Parent (Ma):609  Ord Ban
RHB Section:08A: Cairngorms
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NH 88589 07028
Summit feature:very large cairn
Col:285m  NH886058  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 35 36
(1:25k) OL57N 403N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 45 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at forest track on Broad SW of Inshriach House. Followed good tracks to wall, through gap to left and along path through heather and trees to summit. Soft snow, heavy snow showers. With Kath and Lisa.CJM18/02/2020
Decent tracks from near Inshriach House. Good views from top. Memorial cairn on top - info on Google search for kinapole - references old tome on (won't give full URL to link here).willyross01/12/2019
Managed this straightforward Hump from road and reasonable forest tracks. Smashing view down to Lochan Eilein from the cairn containing two unreadable tombstones.GordonAdshead03/11/2019
Parked at the end of the track near Inshriach House and followed forest tracks. The final section was on a path beyond a gap in the wall. Good path to the summit and the large cairn. Lovely views over Loch an Eilein.LizH27/03/2019
Beautiful views from summit.richtea504020/10/2018
With lovely Rosaidh and cheeky Luna, dreadful brie in rucksack incidentBigNick05/08/2018
With Nick on trip to Aviemore. Scene of the dreadful brie incident.Rosaidh05/08/2018
With Jenx from the B road to West nr Inshriach Ho. Tracks all way to nr wall, then the gap and faint path through new snows to summit. Delightful old pine woods passed through and summit. Plaque with pleasant (non military) inscription.nordicstar01/01/2017
A lovely viewpoint, and very pretty summit area in the old pine woodland.jenx01/01/2017
via forest track from near Inschriach HouseRocksRock24/09/2015
Obvious track from NW (locked forest gate), easy wall crossing then short heather bash to summit. Descended to lower track, more vegetation but not dense. Out of daylight so didn't attempt the 327m P30.RHW02/05/2014
Followed forest tracks from Inshriach House. Reasonable going away from tracks to the summit, which provides a good viewpoint of Loch an Eilein.JohnW01/11/2011
P near Inshriach House. Track to wall. Wall broken a little NW of track end. Overgrown to duchess's cairn.chrisbien14/08/2011
Swindon Bagger15/03/2019
Dave McG06/02/2019
hill walker10/09/2018
Dave Geere28/07/2017
Martin R20/01/2016
Steve Q02/11/2015
The Rodmiester20/02/2015
Alan Whatley17/06/2014
Lindsay M26/02/2012
Colin Crawford21/11/2010
Gavin Theobald00/00/2008
john steel24/06/2006