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 85 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Coastal Marylin South East corner of South Uist. Nice views tough getting off it onto the beach tho||nickywood1||12/06/2018|
|Driveway to house allows access to hill by gate. Ascended via Cruachan, then return direct to car.||NormanW||24/05/2018|
|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|
|Parked against the portakabin after the bend at 791147. Followed the coast path and then directly to the summit with CM. Headed NW to Cruachan.||bolton||19/05/2018|
|From Glendale road end on a bright sunny morning. Nice views across Eriskay to Barra, and from Tiree to St Kilda.||Topographer57||21/09/2017|
|Roadside parking at NF 7915 1492. Followed coast path, accessible through a garden! to Roneval. Onto Hairtebreac, Cruachan, Marabhal and Easabhal for a pleasant 8 miles. With Carole Engel.||jonglew||18/08/2017|
|Final Western Isles Marilyn. From Glendail where Barbara watched an otter on the shore. Ascended via Cruachan and returned along the shore by an intermittent path.||Campbell Singer||12/04/2016|
|With Mora, from minor road to south parking at nf785143||BLACKHILL||17/05/2015|
|Parked where road crosses Bag Mor - aptly named for my 1001 Marilyn Odyssey! Good views to south uist hills and also Eriskay. Returned via coastline across beautiful beaches.||raffemeister||13/04/2015|
|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|
|From road head at GRxx. Over Cruachan, summit a fine isolated point, back along coastal stretch inc. beaches||nordicstar||13/04/2012|
|From South Glendale via a series of beaches. Easy going underfoot.||fasgadh||09/04/2012|
|Fast ground after dry spell after enjoying a natter at Glean Dail bho Dheas.||Eddie||17/04/2003|
|Parked near South Glendale. Contoured round the first hill Cruchan before striking for the top. During the climb the low cloud lifted allowing a view from the summit.||garyhoney||01/08/2001|
|Through gate belonging to second house in South Glendale on access track by sea inlet onto moor. Uphill traversing steadily using sheep and deer tracks through heather, bracken and large boulder outcrops. To grassy bealach and up to summit and trig at 12.55. Short eared owl on descent.||arranc||01/08/2001|
|Date is first visit. Notes from later...fine summit, fine views. Ludag, via burn 776142, return via beach||RHW||31/07/2001|
|Solo evening run combined with Easaval in endless twilight after evening on Eriskay and meal at Politician 'whisky galore' pub with Lesley. back to B&B at 11pm||Chris Pearson||26/05/2001|