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Name:Creag Liath
Hill number:8931
Height:280.9m / 922ft
Section:12A: Kyle of Lochalsh to Garve
Classification:Tu,2
Drop:42m
Col:238.9m  NH 3869 4230  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1626030/10/2016NH 38828 42051  F: Outcrop
O: Outcrop with small cairn approx 15m to SE at NH 38837 42042 is probably lower.
RobertP
Subpoint
1DM
1626130/10/2016NH 38837 42042  F: Outcrop with small cairnRobertP
Subpoint
2DM
2936918/10/2019NH 38789 42076  F: Not recorded - LIDAR analysis.
O: Satellite image suggests summit is rock outcrop
S: LIDAR
DSM
Summit
Jim
2937018/10/2019NH 38828 42052  F: Not recorded - LIDAR analysis.
O: 0.2m lower than summit
S: LIDAR
DSM
Subpoint
1DM
2937118/10/2019NH 38695 42303  
S: LIDAR
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Beinn a'Bhathaich Ard, Sgurr a'Phollain South Top, Sgurr a'Phollain, Carn na Gabhlach, Creag Liath from Inchmore. Bright autumnal day. Craig Liath has fine rock summit and good views to the ridge.RobertP30/10/2016
run from Culligran CraigW14/05/2016
Dry mouth, the rest of me much wetter.Martin R25/01/2015
In passingRHW13/02/2010
on circuit with other hillsnordicstar29/12/2009
Tony S10/06/2018
Tricky24/04/2016
Arctica18/11/2014