Hill number:103
Height:1083m / 3553ft
Section:02A: Loch Rannoch to Glen Lyon
Col:367m  NN368396  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1039204/09/2015NN 71397 54745  F: CairnDSM
1081820/09/2015NN 71386 54761  F: Summit blockLR
1081920/09/2015NN 71397 54749  F: Cairn beside shattered trig pointLR
2046009/09/2017NN 71385 54759  F: Highest rock
S: Abney level
2046109/09/2017NN 71397 54746  F: Remains of trig point baseDSM
-46331/05/2013NN 71387 54761  F: rock 20m NW of cairn
O: this rock is 15cm higher than a rock under the cairn (NN 71396 54747)
S: Abney level
-46414/10/2006NN 71391 54750  F: cairn
O: rock 20m NW at NN 71387 54761 is 15cm higher
S: Abney level
David Purchase
-46530/07/2011NN 71398 54746  F: cairn
O: rock 20m NW at NN 71387 54761 is 15cm higher
S: Abney level
-46603/03/2011NN 71397 54744  F: cairn
O: rock 20m NW at NN 71387 54761 is 15cm higher
S: Abney level
Ian Baines
-46731/05/2013NN 71399 54747  F: cairn
O: rock 20m NW at NN 71387 54761 is 15cm higher
S: Abney level
393318/05/2014NN 71386 54759  F: Rock about 20 metres away from cairnCraig67

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With Northern Hills. Crystal clear day with little snow. Traversed to Lassintullich.deurgar31/12/2019
Straight up and down from car park. Visited old trig, high point and then cairn. Solo.Dangerous Dave23/09/2019
Easy, steady walk on very good path. For anyone thinking of taking a dog up because the path looks easy, the boulder field comprising the flattish 2/3 mile to and from the summit may be very hard work, especially if they have little legs!harpmonk08/09/2019
Climbed from the Braes of Foss car park, with Christopher Brisbane. Windy on top with high level cloud, but good views from the summit, 4hrs all in.chillyman801/09/2019
From Braes of Foss car parkAjm031026/08/2019
Most wonderful walk with Dad. Clouds and rain on the summit but made it to the top. Final mile was tough especially as I fell over and smashed my knee but couldn't fault the company. With trimarc2.Fionalevey11/08/2019
With Fiona. My 2nd visit. Forgotten how rocky ridge is. John Muir Society are doing a good job looking after the paths and surroundstrimarc211/08/2019
Debs & Talisker. Got a view this time!Mountain Goat22/06/2019
Weather: Moderate wind with continuous light rain. Intended to plot a route from East Tempar, but low cloud base and weather led to ascent via the ‘standard’ path from Leachd nam Braoileag.raymooremanx18/05/2019
Ascent via the east ridge from Braes of Foss. Very cloudy ascent with persistent snow flurries from the cairn at the top of the John Muir path. 3 1/2 hour round trip.knarf07/05/2019
Along JMT track from Braes of Foss, descent same way. With JAS.kdbennett31/03/2019
Parked in the car park to start this walk. easy paths to follow and markers to follow through the boulder field section before the summit. with RichieZoe Little06/01/2019
Up and back from Braes of Foss with AJ and AWFred Windsor21/09/2018
with Jimlinda14/09/2018
From the car park we followed the regular path to the summit and back. Thick cloud on the summit and rained most of the way. Saw 6 ptarmigan changing into their winter coats. With LP.wombourne06/09/2018
B&A. Some views on top.Morning05/08/2018
With Karen Daly, Buster, Kirsty Hamilton, Craig Morgan, Robert McComb, Kirsty Findlay & Mark MonaghanHighland Days17/06/2018
From Braes of Foss. Witnessed the Coastguard helicopter winching an injured walker from near the summit.liljonb27/05/2018
Very windy, great views none the less.denisB5211/05/2018
Braes of Foss carpark. You follow the path out and it leads up the nose of the mountain and its a easy rise to the summitAristotle Chip17/02/2018
Colin led a club walk.iansm210/12/2017
sunday morning following pitlochry festival visit. I struggled up the step bit but relaxed over the boulders. cleared on the summitackilbrider10/10/2017
With Janet, Bryan & Christine.GordyH17/09/2017
From Braes of Foss Car Park (NN 75324 55696). Clear path most of the way but becomes indistinct on the summit ridge. Simple scrambling to reach the summit. Weather atrocious, rain & near gale-force winds.david23020111/09/2017
Through Lassintullich Forest and up the west ridgeGallovidian25/06/2017
Beautiful day...peak on way back with Michael. Sat on summit for 30mins! 3.5hr round trip including stop.Andytomlinson14/05/2017
Bright sunny day with low cloud blown off the top as I arrived. Steady climb up and down in 4 hours.Nick01/05/2017
31st Munrolojzi86062115/04/2017
Me and Issy walked this the day after the Glen Lyon race. good walk but cloudy at the top but cloud broke so got good photos.Kevthecat10/04/2017
En route back to Cambridge from CUHWC Glen Coe trip. With PF, AD and EB. A quick (3-hour) out and back to this peak. Overall pretty dull.AGWilliamson01/04/2017
Did this with Patrick and Averill and Maggie. Snow on ground but no view at all throughout.(Redid on 2/01/2017 with Maggie, Sam, Deepa and Roy. Windy and cold on top and still no view.)dave neilson02/01/2017
Cold, snow on topRodge02/01/2017
Colder and still strong wind. Up and down in 3 hours. With Silas and Stuart.simonjallen28/10/2016
with GriffHuwel23/10/2016
With Simon and Kenk973aren05/10/2016
Third visit and the first in good conditions. A glorious Sunday morning with clear blue skies above and white cloud in the valleys which lingered until midday.Windy Corner02/10/2016
Quiet jaunt up from Car Park. Small celebration on top in glorious sunshine. Good way to run out of new Munros.justin99915/09/2016
with Matt & SeanBigNick13/09/2016
Windy, wet and misty ascent following by glorious weather on decent, typical!! In all took around 4 hours with stops to add or take off layers.Canny29/08/2016
Walked up normal route, barely a cloud in the sky but hazy. Bagged Ben Lawers and Beinn Ghlas the day before.DanTrig16/08/2016
With LynfaRob Pen y Garn08/08/2016
With RobLynfa Penygarn08/08/2016
From Braes of Foss car park with £2 charge. Soon became misty with visibility down to 30-40 metres. Did not see a thing from the top. But still plenty of walkers despite the low cloud and mist.pnecelt02/08/2016
with Kirsty. Short dayAlistairCarson24/07/2016
From Braes of Foss car park, up and down early to get the summit in peace. Passed the masses on the way down. Car Park charge of £2, £50 fine I you don't pay, no ticket machine though oddly??rhalstead18/06/2016
With Mary from Braes of Foss car park on a beautiful sunny day, just perfect. The car park asks for a TWO POUND fee to be paid for a days parking.Glenelg29/05/2016
Usual route from main car park. Wild and windy start becoming clear at top, calming considerably.mcbboyd21/05/2016
Climbed till reaching the snow! No snow climbing gear so not safe to keep going!KPvLSF16/03/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac08/10/2015
A very busy place to be.Snow lying in sheltered corries at end of July.skoosh29/07/2015