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Name:Creag Mhor
Hill number:4861
Height:267m / 876ft
Parent (Ma):1445  Cruach nan Caorach
RHB Section:19C: Loch Fyne to Bute and the Firth of Clyde
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NR 93031 73644
Summit feature:rock 180m NNE of trig point
Col:142m  NR949744  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 62
(1:25k) 362S
Observations:this rock is just higher than rock by a conifer 40m E at NR 93074 73645 and 110cm higher than trig point base (NR 92965 73478)
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 13 users)ByDate of Ascent
All three tops, just in caseMartin R30/11/2017
With Carole Engel after Inchmarnock Island boat trip. Good forest road from NR 93600 7435 to NR 9343 7371 after which broken, heathery and tussocky ground made the final 700m tricky. Trig pillar located a further 180m SSW.jonglew26/08/2017
Busy day on the hill, meeting 3 other baggers on the top including the illustrious Marilyn bagger Alan Holmes. Morning had been spent visiting Inchmarnock with various trig island and hill baggers so was less surprising to meet a few of them again in the afternoon. Hill has good views but actual summit may not be the trig point itself.andy05/05/2012
see log on RHW26/09/2009
Parked on B8000 to the NE at track end. Good trails until about 500m E of hill, then rough heather passing pointed rock with weird three-legged swastika type symbol on it, until trig is reached.Aye Jimmy10/09/2009
carole engel26/08/2017
Alan Whatley03/12/2016
Colin Crawford08/03/2010