|Height:||201m / 659ft|
|Parent (Ma):||919 Carn nan Iomairean|
|RHB Section:||12A: Kyle of Lochalsh to Garve|
|Class:||Hump, Tump (200-299m), Yeaman|
|Grid ref:||NG 85247 34356|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 24|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 21 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|From Strome Forest walks car park at the edge of the wood just off the Stromeferry road. Followed the white way marked walk, then took a small track on the left of the main path, to a gate at NG 85884 34505, leading out onto the open hill. Picked up a cow track to the summit. Good views up and down Loch Carron. Carried on to the west top and returned the same way.||LizH||18/07/2019|
|From the SE over easy ground||Jim.Fothergill||20/05/2019|
|From cattle grid (NG 8582 3398). Track leads off NE, followed for 200m to gain some height, then doubled back and direct for the hill top. On to the West top. With Steve Lewis.||jonglew||11/09/2018|
|From south up heathery slope. Quite windy but managed, fortunately to stay in my car while a short rain squall blew through||vegibagger||20/06/2018|
|From E, Stromeferry turn, boggy start then decent ground. Collapsed cairn at hp. A path leads to summit approx from E, not easy to follow.||RHW||22/07/2017|
|A bit Torr Achilty in character if you know what I mean. Maybe the heather not quite as bouncy. West top has better views.||Martin R||16/03/2016|
|Looked a good candidate on a dreich day. Was surprised to see a signposted path at 848338. Not used much but did help through horrid terrain. Headed to west top before realising the east top was the summit. The west top is the finer viewpoint.. Serious tick alert on this. Be a great winter bag this.||hils||09/10/2015|
|With W Top from E.||jimbloomer||06/05/2015|
|Parked at Achmore road junction to SW. Hard going up to summit which is marked as 201m on 1:10k. A small cairn on top. A steep drop and reascent to the lower top to the west which I didn't bother with although it is a Jackson.||chriswatson||21/03/2011|