N.B. Some hill summits are on private property or on land where there is no public right of way. Permission should be sought from the landowner where access to a hill summit is through private land(*).
*For information about access rights in Scotland see the ScotWays website.
Please report via the contact page any logs you see below which describe or encourage acts of trespass, and mention the hill number and hill name.
|Logged Descriptions (logged by 99 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Short ish detour whilst doing a streach of the Hebridean way. Liked this hill, full of interest and views and easy to walk on. Up from the causeway.||nickywood1||08/06/2018|
|Parked by 20ícontainer in South Glen Dale. Along coast & up to Roineabhal, to Cruachan, Marabhal and to Easabhal. Good wx, strong Síly breeze. With PM.||CJM||19/05/2018|
|4th and last from 781147 parking. Roineabhal, Cruachan, Marabhal and Easabhal. Descended east to road and then car with CM. Clear and sunny. 7.5 miles and 4 hour 15 minutes.||bolton||19/05/2018|
|Roadside parking at NF 7915 1492. Followed coast path, accessible through a garden! to Roneval first. Onto Hairtebreac, Cruachan, Marabhal and Easabhal for a pleasant 8 miles. With Carole Engel.||jonglew||18/08/2017|
|From the coast road at East Kilbride. Pleasant ascent, following a little stair case of ridge lines. Couldn't resist a circuit of the nine cairns on the summit plateau, at least three of which were old, substantial and mossy.||Nick Down1||19/07/2017|
|With Jenx via the shortest easiest way from church car park to West. Cropped pastures and fell for half distance then easy lines through heather to summit rocks. Visited the various cairned tops but RHB point appears highest.||nordicstar||28/04/2016|
|From car park of hideous church. Straight up using grassy strip between heather. Walked over numerous potential HPs and made the most of the beautiful views. Up and down in 1hour 15 minutes.||Campbell Singer||06/04/2016|
|Parked on the side road at 756 164 and walked down the track on the other side of the B888 and up to the top avoiding the boggiest ground. Splendid views in the sunshine.||martin_hall||15/10/2015|
|With Mora from minor road to south parking at nf785143||BLACKHILL||17/05/2015|
|Dropped off near mast to south east. Ascended via easy scrambling on rough slabs including a cave which you can climb out of the back of. Descended towards the horrendous looking church to the north west where picked up.||raffemeister||12/04/2015|
|Parked in the church car-park on B888, took a direct line over very wet ground.||tim747||10/05/2014|
|My last full day after nearly three weeks spent over on the Western Isles. I made the effort to have a good long final walk today, out here and back from Daliburgh visiting a total of seven TuMPs along the way.||Alex C||01/10/2013|
|South west ridge, rough but short ascent. Cloudbase above the multiple summits but only just.||Topographer57||29/05/2009|
|Fast ground from Glean dail bho Dheas.||Eddie||17/04/2003|
|Date approx. Whilst digging nearby with university.||Ashley||01/01/2002|
|Parked on the B888 by Trosaraidh. Headed for the summit which drifted in and out of cloud. Just before leaving the top the cloud cleared for a few seconds to show four other cairns. However we had chosen the correct one for the top.||garyhoney||01/08/2001|
|From shoreline on grassy bridal way and heather and granite crags. A wet flatter hag area, avoiding mini swamps and peat to top at 16.55. New Eriskay causeway in view.||arranc||31/07/2001|
|fine slabby ascent from N, c. 6 cairned tops fo which centre and N seem equal highest. Ludag, via burn 776142, return via beach||RHW||31/07/2001|
|Solo evening run in endless twilight from B&B close by-after evening on Eriskay with Lesley and meal in Politician pub of whisky galore fame.||Chris Pearson||26/05/2001|