|Height:||411m / 1348ft|
|Parent (Ma):||450 Creag nam Mial|
|RHB Section:||06B: Pitlochry to Braemar and Blairgowrie|
|County/UA:||Perth and Kinross (UA)|
|Grid ref:||NO 00260 55332|
|Summit feature:||no feature: small grassy clearing in open trees|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 52 53|
(1:25k) OL52S 387S
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 7 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|6 tumps from guay, creag liath, garbh chreag, capel hill, cnocan oisinneach mor, meall mor, creagan ruathair, down to milton farm for bike back to quay.||robertphillips||18/11/2019|
|Up from Dalcapon and break through the trees. Summit easy enough, through fairly open trees. I was lacking energy so didn't visit the western top; hope I'm not caught out. TGOC 19||Colin Crawford||20/05/2019|
|Final hill of a walk over various tops including Capel Hill and Meall Reamhar. Entered forest through gate at wall junction (NO 0047 5535), big easy fire break then L up another one (passing by a watch tower) to where it levels off. From there, easily through the trees to nearby summit, which was attractively carpeted with wood sorrel. Also visited the W top, which took a bit more time and effort, but was ok.||Rod M||06/09/2017|
|From the south. Parked at NN997526 and walked through farmyard without incident. Followed track to NO002543 then animal tracks all the way up to wall just east of summit. There is a break right through the trees from W to E that goes within 50m of the summit. Quite pleasant in there so I carried on west to the 410m point and back. Hood needed but trees not bad at all.||alda||07/03/2016|
|Approached from W and entered summit wood at NN99895 55506, via one of several unmapped firebreaks. Followed it SE to its highest point then pushed E through trees to visit both tops. Not nearly as bad as I'd feared in the forest, looks worse from outside.||Lindsay M||21/06/2015|