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Name:Schiehallion
Hill number:103
Height:1083m / 3553ft
RHB Section:02A: Loch Rannoch to Glen Lyon
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Tay
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Yeaman, Trail 100
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y,T100,P600,P500)
Grid ref:NN 71386 54760
Summit feature:rock 20m NW of cairn
Drop:716m
Col:367m  NN368396  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 42 51 52
(1:25k) OL49W 386W
Observations:this rock is 15cm higher than a rock under the cairn (NN 71397 54747)
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 870 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Easy, steady walk on very good path. For anyone thinking of taking a dog up because the path looks easy, the boulder field comprising the flattish 2/3 mile to and from the summit may be very hard work, especially if they have little legs!harpmonk08/09/2019
Climbed from the Braes of Foss car park, with Christopher Brisbane. Windy on top with high level cloud, but good views from the summit, 4hrs all in.chillyman801/09/2019
From Braes of Foss car parkAjm031026/08/2019
rossdrossd24/08/2019
Most wonderful walk with Dad. Clouds and rain on the summit but made it to the top. Final mile was tough especially as I fell over and smashed my knee but couldn't fault the company. With trimarc2.Fionalevey11/08/2019
With Fiona. My 2nd visit. Forgotten how rocky ridge is. John Muir Society are doing a good job looking after the paths and surroundstrimarc211/08/2019
Debs & Talisker. Got a view this time!Mountain Goat22/06/2019
SCopland09/06/2019
Trantham Clan06/06/2019
fedupofuserids27/05/2019
Weather: Moderate wind with continuous light rain. Intended to plot a route from East Tempar, but low cloud base and weather led to ascent via the ‘standard’ path from Leachd nam Braoileag.raymooremanx18/05/2019
JtwoUD15/05/2019
Ascent via the east ridge from Braes of Foss. Very cloudy ascent with persistent snow flurries from the cairn at the top of the John Muir path. 3 1/2 hour round trip.knarf07/05/2019
dhulmes04/05/2019
tomcr8822/04/2019
fellwanderer9220/04/2019
Along JMT track from Braes of Foss, descent same way. With JAS.kdbennett31/03/2019
arjh29/01/2019
Parked in the car park to start this walk. easy paths to follow and markers to follow through the boulder field section before the summit. with RichieZoe Little06/01/2019
clanbonham24/11/2018
Sick Kid04/11/2018
weaselmaster04/11/2018
Stavanger Toestub15/10/2018
kitp10/10/2018
Dave McG22/09/2018
Erik B22/09/2018
Up and back from Braes of Foss with AJ and AWFred Windsor21/09/2018
hhjj21/09/2018
with Jimlinda14/09/2018
Smog12/09/2018
From the car park we followed the regular path to the summit and back. Thick cloud on the summit and rained most of the way. Saw 6 ptarmigan changing into their winter coats. With LP.wombourne06/09/2018
Lynette05/09/2018
swinging11/08/2018
B&A. Some views on top.Morning05/08/2018
vgiorgio04/07/2018
With Karen Daly, Buster, Kirsty Hamilton, Craig Morgan, Robert McComb, Kirsty Findlay & Mark MonaghanHighland Days17/06/2018
Ibex05/06/2018
From Braes of Foss. Witnessed the Coastguard helicopter winching an injured walker from near the summit.liljonb27/05/2018
Lockedman10127/05/2018
solitaryfellwanderer25/05/2018
daveyf200122/05/2018
Very windy, great views none the less.denisB5211/05/2018
sam.g.guthrie07/04/2018
stephenhaywood19/03/2018
k3469uk10/03/2018
Braes of Foss carpark. You follow the path out and it leads up the nose of the mountain and its a easy rise to the summitAristotle Chip17/02/2018
Curlywurly16/02/2018
kitmacleod01/01/2018
Colin led a club walk.iansm210/12/2017
john342105/12/2017