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Name:Beinn na Croise
Hill number:1314
Height:503m / 1650ft
RHB Section:17E: Mull and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Maritime area:Mull & surrounding islands
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five, Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 55979 25099
Summit feature:rock
Col:253m  NM590263  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 48
(1:25k) 375W
Observations:nearby large standing boulder 2m lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 59 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked near end of track heading SE. Followed boggy ATV track to river. Visited tops on both sides of summit lochan. Back the same way.PGCE22/02/2020
Route as NormanW.Chris Peart09/11/2019
From parking at start of quad track at 532231. Crossed the burn West of the waterfall then straight to the summit. Also touched the cairn on top of nearby rocky top which was 3m lower. Very wet underfoot on the lower part of the hill due to previous day's heavy rain. My last Section 17E Marilyn.NormanW07/09/2019
From 532231 aimed for waterfall but on encountering a ravine descended to ruin near the stream. Crossed the stream and ascended close to wood then up a quad track onto the ridge. There the found gets better but there are hags higher up and the summit is surprisingly craggy. Returned from ruin to car on another quad track.Topographer5710/04/2019
From large passing place at 532231, across wet bit by old atv track, left at first deer track and head for waterfall. Overcast, windy, cool but great views.iangalbraith19/06/2018
3/3 From wood end/cattle grid on high point on the carsaig road. Short drop to cross easy wide river and on ATV tracks then grassy slope to summit area. Summit area mix of rocky lumps and Lochans and a view to the main Mull range to die for...made up for the dull grass approach.N.Morters21/04/2018
From Lochbuie, but not recommended except for the lovely scenery.jenx25/08/2016
S/F Lochbuie. Good path up onto plateau then back down to Glenbyre and track back.AndrewFinnimore11/05/2016
Out here today with Jim F and met also met John Mackay at the summit, who we persuaded to carry on with us to Beinn Charsaig.Alex C31/05/2015
With Clare, Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave07/06/2014
First walk of the week, We all went , crossed a little river , walked around in the rain and clouds and found that the river had swollen so much that we had to wade through it on the way out. A little unexpected adventure.tallblond05/05/2013
Clockwise circuit to bag the Marilyn, TuMP and the two subHuMPs with Jim Bloomer.Dugswell228/04/2013
Started at little car park in Lochbuie. Track past An Learg, over the two sub Humps, round head of Glen Byre to summit. Returned by descending to Glenbyre and the coast path.Martin R16/04/2012
From Glen Leidle, south of forestry.BLACKHILL27/04/2011
From the pier at CarsaigAlan Moore18/12/2008
Parked at high point on Carsaig road. Over sludge and 2 side streams to a buggy track crossing the main river at a sort of ford. Both feet wet. To forest corner to reach height of starting point. Pleasant walk on tracks and to an area of stony patches. Deer drifted off as I got higher. Past 1 or 2 peat hags and 2 lochans and to top at 11.45. Large moss covered stones in a heap.arranc20/08/2007
Long trudge out and back from Carsaig House.Eddie03/09/2005
fine rocky summit, lovely approach from E, fine view. from Lochbuie 606249: shore path: M + Y RHW29/03/2002
Andrew Simmons29/07/2018
Tom Mundell10/05/2017
Trekking toes10/05/2017
Tony S12/04/2015
Tony Rogers25/07/2014
Dee Rogers25/07/2014
Alison R05/05/2013
carole engel26/06/2012
Campbell Singer04/05/2011
Alan Whatley04/05/2011