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Name:South Barrule
Hill number:1948
Height:483m / 1585ft
RHB Section:29: Isle of Man
County/UA:Isle of Man (CoU)
Island:Isle of Man
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Clem
Grid ref:SC 25773 75920
Summit feature:trig point
Col:47m  SC298807  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 95
(1:25k) IoM OL
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 176 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Quick there-and-back from Round Table. Sunny day with good visibility but cold wind. Saw a few other people.Jonnyiom01/12/2019
Parked on track just off road and followed well-defined easy path to trig and summit cairn. Great views from top even on this full cloud day, luckily for us it was high cloud and it wasn't even bothering Snaefell. The views stretched from the Mourne Mountains to the Lake District to Snowdonia. Afterwards drove to and did a 9.7 mile walk taking in Bradda Hill, Lhiattee Ny Beinne and Cronk Ny Arrey Laa and later on bagged Mull Hill and Cronk Ny Arrey.DanTrig22/10/2019
2 of 2: Parked at the Round Table. With Karen.ChrisR16/10/2019
Parking in the bridleway, 2/4 cars. Track to top, clear views but closed in on return to the car.iangalbraith15/10/2019
A good circular walk along the valley from Glen Maye, up over the tops and back on the coast path. With B and R.jenx13/08/2019
Sufficient parking at the path access where the bridleway meets the road. Excellent clear day, so saw the supposed seven kingdoms. Wales : Holy Island, Anglesey, Snowdonia all clearly visible. Northern Ireland : Mournes and other areas visible. Scotland : Mull of Galloway, Galloway hills, and I think Criffel visible. England : clear views of the Lake District skyline and the large offshore windfarms. Couldn't see Blackpool Tower though.Owen B19/06/2019
With Val. From parking near Round Table. Good path to summit. Weather cool and windy.mike.hoult11/06/2019
Manx Mountain Marathondc9620/04/2019
Quick up and down from Round Table. Windy at top.NormanW04/11/2018
4th tump of 7 on a 32.2km traverse from Peel to Port Erin, 1st exploring Peel Castle then climbing Corrins Hill, Raby Moar Hill and Dalby Mountain via Glen Maye, descending through Glen Rushen and the Round Table plantation to reach the A36 where i headed directly for the summit through the heather, now emerging into flower. Fantastic views from the top with a 360deg panorama. I recorded 488m @ SC 25773 75923. Descent via path to the A27 then another parallel with the A36, heading for Cronk Ny Arrey Laa..Dazingdale17/07/2018
3/3. From Southwest.PGCE27/09/2017
Slowed down by a cold, so I did this and Cronk ny Arrey Laa(qv) as separate walks, rather than do them together using the Su bus from Round Table to Bradda. Like most, from Bayr na Skeddan- parking on 'green' road, good path to summit for views, remains of fort on E side. There's a trodden path heading E, but I returned same way.pwheeler15/06/2017
6/12 (Mull Hill/Cronk Ny Arrey/Bradda Hill/Lhattee Ny Beinnee/Cronk Ny Arrey Laa/South Berule/Slieau Whallian/Slieau Dhoo/Slieau Freoghane/Sartfell/Mullagh Ouyr/Beinn-y Phott)Fergalh21/04/2017
From road side overnight sleep place up the wsw track into the cloud! Highest point of southern end of the island and final Marilyn. Plaque detailing significant ancient sitevegibagger25/07/2016
Parked at the gate to the East, approximately a mile away and started our steady ascent. Reasonable well defined path, with soggy sections due to recent rain. Once at the summit, great views, perimeter wall of the ancient hill fort and white trig point.dreeder7518/07/2015
First hill of the day in mist, up and down from Round table.rhalstead03/05/2015
Manx Mountain MarathonJoolz50001/01/2015
Ticked after Cronk ny Arrey Laa on the coastal path. No luck with a view. Camped in the woods at the top of Bayr ny Skeddan but had to make the tea out of bog water. Luckily no after effects suffered.mindlessflogger02/08/2014
With Clare. There and back from round table. Clear but breezyalwaysinshorts30/07/2014
Usual routeAndrewFinnimore01/07/2014
Walked directly up and down from junction of Bayr ny Skeddan and Dalby Road.1.25 miles up to the top. Clear day, with fairly good views despite some haze. Biting cold wind.Lazylizzie19/04/2014
Almost certainly done in 1968Alan Moore23/10/2013
Clear and sunnybolton08/10/2013
Parked on forest track S. of Round Table E. up path to summit Reverse. (PM)gerrybowes08/10/2013
From junction at 247147 (17:50) followed path straight up hill through a number of snowfields. Cold and wet, no view. Old fort on top but disinclined to view. Back to car 18:35dbb11/04/2013
Wow, first time Isle of Man. Mountain roads all closed by deep drifts. Slow up A27 from Dalby. Just made round table in drifts. Parked in snow bay and steady up hill to summit in sunshine. Return same route and onward to Ronague and Port Erin.nordicstar30/03/2013
SC247756 parking spot then straight up the path to the summit. Geoff (later M6PYG) and I did this one before going on to Bradda Hill and Mull Hill.G4OOE23/10/2012
Short ascent from west side from Round Table.Man of Kernow130/04/2011
short ,late afternoon walk from Round Table, with MT. Sunny and clear skies (prevailing whole trip)niallp30/04/2011
Revisit. Nice summit, great views. Celtic Iron age hillfort, according to nearby plaque. Straightforward ascent from W.RHW15/10/2010
Parked by the corner of the forest/road. It was getting very windy so I went staright up and back. Great views.clivevilla04/10/2010
Saw very little due to high winds and low cloud.Martin Saxton02/10/2010
Parked at the Round Table and ascended via an easy path.garyhoney04/09/2010
From Round table very good track.destaylor28/07/2009
First of 10 summits visited on a scorching day. Easy climb from road junction and lots of painted stones at summit - a school party had obviously been by recently!!signyred30/06/2009
Very Pleasant walkM0ZZO27/04/2009
Foxdale, South Barrule, Glen Mooat, Glen Maye, Slieau Wallian, St JohnsMac.Hawk09/03/2009
Alan, SnowingGlenford04/03/2009
Operated ham radio from summit making 139 contacts with 21 countries in under 2 hours.G4OBK (Phil)24/06/2008
Two round of I-O-M Marilyns on foot. Day 1 Mull Hill, Bradda Hill, Bradda Hill and South Barrule.Eddie02/04/2008
straight up and ran down fom road - good viewsgigglejon24/10/2007
Good weather, easy to find. Prehistoric hill fort on the top.bigdady23/06/2007
Park on minor road to Cringle Plantation then easy walk to summit with fine views over south of the IslandBrian25/04/2007
High point is the trig inside the old fort. Lots of heather around but a few paths from different directions. I walked over to Cronk from here, another v.good hill.Father Ted08/04/2006
With SB.Dugswell215/05/2002
fine summit & view; see Bob Baxter Traverse: Laxey to Cronk ny Arrey Laa RHW02/03/2002