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Hill number:88
Height:652.2m / 2140ft
RHB Section:01D: Inveraray to Crianlarich
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 34486 26145
Summit feature:small cairn on rock
Col:471m  NN318246  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
(1:25k) OL39N 364N 377E
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 230 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Wycombe Wanderer07/08/2020
From Tyndrum, across the Drochaid Bhan, along the forestry track and then following the fence all the way. Returned the same way.Mark Jackson30/07/2020
From Dalrigh, as by Pete R and others. With brother Pete J. Much nicer than I anticipated, with a start along a good forest road with some Caledonian forest. The promised S gale wasn't so bad, only on the summit was balance difficult and the dyke gave good shelter. Packed snow in the hollows on the moor, on approach. Good views if a little grey.pwheeler23/03/2020
From Dalrigh: over the railway, then along the track for a mile until the edge of the forest. Then up beside the fence, all the way to the top.Pete R16/11/2019
Started at Falls of Falloch. Took a track opposite the car park entrance till it ended at the railway line. Hopped over the railway fence and up the flank of Clach na Briton. Tough terrain, but aided by frozen ground and bright sunshine. Eventually got to Cruachan Cruinn then headed NE to Creagan Soilleir. Mostly frozen bog, as was the continuation to Fiarach, with a helpful old fence line to follow much of the way. Wanted to do a stretch of the West Highland Way as it was such a lovely day, so took in Craw Knowe en route, tracking the forest edge for a couple of kms. Once on WHW I went towards Glasgow, eventually getting back to the Falls of Falloch. Had to go past the Falls and cross the river by balancing on a useful fallen tree.summitter15/11/2019
Paul off up Ben Challum, so I walked up road to Dalrigh and headed up Fiarach. Superb views on cloud free, sunny day. Needless to say had a short wait for lift home.cjo12/05/2019
GavinTheobald 313/04/2019
Craw Knowe, Cruachan Cruinn and Fiarach from car park on A82 approx 2km SW of Crianlarich. Climbed through mist to see the tops, camped fairly close to Fiarach summit. Very wet underfoot.RobertP21/12/2018
Second ascent with 56 others including Anne Butler on her Full House completion.NormanW15/09/2018
My completion Graham and also my last hill of the Full House.anne336615/09/2018
Simon Winton28/12/2017
dave g03/12/2017
Dave McG19/11/2017
Erik B19/11/2017
1 of 5: From Dalrigh CP. With David.ChrisR20/06/2017
From Dalrigh car park. Recorded route and write-up at:
Up and back from Dalrighrjf3512/04/2017
Sick Kid06/10/2016
walk livi29/08/2016
Tom Mundell28/03/2016
sarah mundell28/03/2016
Trekking toes28/03/2016
From Dalrigh. KMRT hut meet at OMC hut Crianlarich.ngthack18/03/2016
Emma and Simon12/03/2016
Lovely long snow plod before driving home to BristolGWR Chris18/02/2016
Weather snow showers with deep snow.MountainMac31/01/2016