Name:Dun Sheock
Hill number:8170
Height:89m / 292ft
Section:01C: Loch Lomond to Strathyre
Col:8m  Loch  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1939403/06/2017NS 38283 87593  F: Grass E side of pathRHW
1942203/06/2017NS 38283 87590  F: No feature.
O: Grassy top SE side of track.

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The last West Dunbartonshire Tump, about three years late; no idea why I've left it outstanding for so long. A very pleasant, easy stroll followed by a pint and lunch at the hotelColin Crawford19/07/2018
Walk from Balloch to jetty for Inchmurrin Hotel at Burnfoot near Arden roundabout. £5 return ferry trip bookable by phoning Inchmurrin Hotel. Straightforward walk to summit along farm tracks along spine with wonderful views. Enjoy the hotel for a drink/good food apres marche. Final Dumbartonshire TuMP.Thearlaichdubh06/07/2018
With Renee final West dunbartonshire tump,boat across lunch then ATV track to the top. Great views.robertphillips06/06/2018
Arranged for the ferry (£5) to take us over for lunch, which was delicious. Then walked up quad bike track to summit. Best to ring ahead to check ferry and restaurant are operating before you go.Minto11/09/2017
Self-drive boat from Rowardennan, with Rob Woodall et al. Final of 12 islands. From Creinch; landing on pleasant beach at NE point of island. Good path, if a little muddy, direct to pleasant grassy top giving excellent views N up the loch and to surrounding hills.jonglew03/06/2017
After Inchcailloch and the 3 Siblets. From N, good path starts R from beach and crosses summit, grass beside path. Island #12 of 12 from Rowardennan. Self drive boat hire with Adrian Rayner, Jon Glew and Richard Tibbetts, and Andrew Tibbetts at the helm.RHW03/06/2017
Also landed on Clairinsh, Torrinch (summits not attained) and visited Creinchajwxyzt03/06/2017
Longish paddle from Cashel camp-site,landed at very attractive NE point.chalky195327/03/2017
Guest of the Scottish outdoor Naturist club on an open weekend. Ferried across on their hired boat from East Side Rowardennan Road. After visiting the summit, clothed, been playing naked Scrabble, watching naked darts and naked nattering in the sauna!!vegibagger24/05/2015
Alan Whatley07/07/2019
Lindsay M23/04/2017
Janet M23/04/2017