|Height:||393m / 1289ft|
|Parent (Ma):||905 Beinn a' Bhathaich Ard [Beinn a' Bha' ach Ard]|
|RHB Section:||12A: Kyle of Lochalsh to Garve|
|Class:||Hump, Tump (300-399m), Yeaman|
|Grid ref:||NH 45091 51498|
|Summit feature:||ground 6m S of cairn|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 26|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 22 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Followed forest tracks from Fairburn outdoor centre. Climbed hill from north but this was pretty steep with deep heather, worse with recent rains. Descended to east, much kinder gradient. Recommend climb from stalkers' path to east.||willyross||05/11/2019|
|Parked at NH47473 51453 (by Aultgowrie), where there's a car park for a river walk. Followed the tarmac road to an electric fence 'gate', where a pony track goes into the hill. Followed this up through head high bracken and around the east side of the hill, thankfully bracken free at this stage. Left the track to ascend from the south, up short heather. Good views, and interesting rocky western aspect viewed on the descent to the col. Carried on to Cul Beag.||LizH||19/07/2019|
|Via Fairburn House.||Chris Peart||14/05/2018|
|visited with Big J. the views from this little hill are great towards the Black Isle||Nozzer||24/04/2018|
|Bagging the nearby trig to the west. Still had some energy left, so decided to do this one. Glad I did. Fantastic view point.||BigJ||24/04/2018|
|From E via Cul Beag, back via Bridgepark track. Not quite Assynt but this one has nice craggy southern aspect||RHW||27/05/2016|
|From Fairburn House after finding the bridge hiding between the two lowest cottages. Descended crags on southern side and bagged Cul Beag as it was beckoning.||Eddie||02/04/2014|