Name:Ben Roishader
Hill number:10313
Height:195m / 640ft
Section:17A: North Skye and Raasay
Col:116m  NG388474  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
2770011/05/2019NG 39121 48547  F: Mossy outcropRHW

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Roishader, Beinn an Loch, Uilleum and Uigshader from N end of Bernisdale. Good track then decent dry terrain after drought. Roishader outcrop summit. Beinn an Loch grassy. Uilleum narrow ride almost to summit. Young trees initially dense then easy to Uigshader Vanessa trig summit, followed rides down then rock hop across burn to regain track.RHW11/05/2019
Raasay was lovely this morning and afternoon but came back to Skye to meet up with BigNick from Broadford, Nicholas John Alexander to climb these two small TuMPs NW of Portree and we had suitably miserable wet and windy walk. Thanks to Nick for being there to act as a spur as we sat in my car waiting for a lull in the rain. It came. He said 'We're here now we might as well go and do them..!!' The rains stayed off to the summit of the first one but then came back with a vengeance as we came down the hill across to the second one and stayed miserable and horrible the rest of the time and we got thoroughly drenched plus had the wade a stream both ways, which considering how wet we were hardly mattered.vegibagger05/05/2018
With Charles and LunaBigNick05/05/2018
Circuit from Glen Berrisdale, on to Beinn an LochColin Crawford22/10/2016