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Name:Dun Corr-bhile
Hill number:92
Height:322.3m / 1057ft
Parent (Ma):90  Beinn Ghlas
RHB Section:01D: Inveraray to Crianlarich
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Submarilyn, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 10382 10619
Summit feature:no feature: ground 70m NE of trig point
Col:176.9m  NN 1089 1272  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50 56
(1:25k) OL37N 360S 363N
Observations:trig point is at NN 10321 10581
Survey:Leica Disto D510/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 36 users)ByDate of Ascent
rough ascent through tussocky birch woods from Dun na Cuaiche. Back same way to regain good path as soon as possible/ KeithByTheC31/08/2019
dun na cuaiche and dun corr bhile from the castle cp £3 to park.robertphillips29/07/2019
Pleasant forest walk from Inveraray Castle car park to the tower on the hill. A little path descended beyond the wooden seat, towards the beallach. We then crossed the original track to ascend through birchwood onto the shoulder of the hill and to the summit. The going was easier than it looked, but might be less good when the bracken is up and the grass longer. Lovely day with good views.LizH24/04/2019
After Dun a Chuaiche. Tussocky from the bealach. Lovely views of snow capped mountains.Thearlaichdubh23/11/2016
From castle where car park attendant looked after the bike.Eddie25/09/2016
Stayed at the Argyll Hotel looking up at the tower high above just had to do it before heading off - past Inverary Castle - through the grounds and up the track to Dun Na Cuaiche (Tump & Tower)views worth the effort - then onward to bag the Hump just above - through the birch woodland then rough grasses to the summit of Dun Corr Bhile(Trig and Cairn) - A wild view of snowy peaks - As the weather turns we retrace our steps down.briandavies25/04/2015
Parked by cemetery on main road then picked up track. Good path to tower then a bit rugged underfoot but not bad and trees fine. Descent north to col and pylons not recommended.alda19/11/2014
Solo from Inverary spa hotel (great off peak deals, as cheap as YH!). Followed tracks mentioned by Rob and Alex. Tree felling ongoing on route but no diversions. Some wind throw across path. From col steep ascent through tussocky wet grass and young birch trees, hard going! Above tree line easier ground. Great views from top despite gathering storm. Picked up the Tower top on way back.nordicstar21/01/2014
Not Edd's natural habitatgcowcill07/06/2013
From Inveraray youth hostel. There's a good track leading to the tower but northeastwards from there to the summit it gets a bit messy. Super views overlooking Loch Fyne however.Alex C31/07/2012
Revisit. Good zigzag track to Tower then birky tussocky boggy climb to summit. Both direct tracks from Carloonan direction are problematic; best use tourist trail from SW (direction of castle).RHW24/09/2009
Date is first visit. Notes from later...pleasant summit, lovely view along L Fyne. track entrance 089097, via tks, fp & col RHW04/05/2002
Lindsay M24/11/2018
Martin R30/09/2017
Andrew Simmons24/04/2016
Alan Whatley05/04/2013
Colin Crawford11/02/2010
Emma and Simon01/01/2008
Pete R01/06/2001