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Name:Tullich Hill
Hill number:100
Height:632m / 2073ft
RHB Section:01E: Loch Long to Loch Lomond
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Dumbarton), Catchment Boundaries, Long & Goil
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 29357 00642
Summit feature:rock 4m N of cairn
Col:359m  NN302014  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL39S 364S
Survey:Abney level
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From Beinn Bhreac. Contoured round to An t-Sreang, then followed the obvious diagonal rake to the right of the long sloping outcrop. Followed the SE ridge down but went too far to the right and missed the stile over the deer fence. Rough ground down to the car. Nice moment when the mist momentarily lifted to reveal a stag staring at me not 50 metres away.Owen B13/10/2019
Tullich Hill, Ben Reoch, Beinn Bhreac circuit from Glen Douglas. Had to climb the deer fence on the way up!Geoff Briggs24/05/2019
From Invergroin in Glen Douglasrjf3523/04/2019
Stile over top deer fence is at 30014 0006249pp14/12/2018
1of4: From Glen Douglas CP.ChrisR19/11/2018
Down grassy slopes of Ben Reoch to An t- Sreang then up other side to summit. Solo.Dangerous Dave26/02/2018
Last in a short round of 4 hills from Invergroin with Steve Smith.jonglew04/12/2017
3rd hill of 7 today on a route from Garelochhead station to Inverbeg with my 70 litre rucksack, climbing Sron Mallanach and Craggan Hill before dropping back onto the Three Lochs way, veering off to follow minor road over the railway. I took the boggy track to a sheepfold and a gate in the middle of a deer fence. I climbed over the gate and started the ascent on the side of some irrigation ditches over broken terrain veering NE at the 385m mark and SE at the 485m mark, heading East to the summit from the 555m mark. I ate my lunch sheltered next to a large boulder close to the summit, the wind was very strong! I marked the summit as NN2357 00648 @ 645m but was very windy on top so carried on in North-Easterly direction just South of 359 spot height heading towards Ben Reoch...Dazingdale02/10/2017
ROUTE: Inverbeg - Beinn Bhreac - Ben Reoch E Top - Ben Reoch - Tullich Hill - An t-Sreang - Arrochar. TULLICH HILL: ascent from An t-Sreang is pathless & hard work - keep left to avoid crags. Returned the same way, then descended by stream. Pathless and boggy lower down but bracken avoidable. Maybe descending by Monadh Tighe na Laraich would have been better.Mark Jackson18/08/2017
Bob & DukeDukeNukem17/06/2017
Top deer fence now has a stile & dog flap. Put in the day before I climbed the hill.ngthack06/05/2017
There and back from the little car park on the Glen Douglas road. A fierce North easterly and snow with the consistency of gloopy icing sugar deterred me from going further. Superb views of the Arrochar Alps. Note the new deer fence above the existing two fences: at the time of writing it has no stile, although it is quite easy to climb.Nick Down111/02/2017
With a friend. From parking area provided for hillwalkers at NS309987 in Glen Douglas. Walked on road to Tullich Farm and then followed signposted route up Tullich Hill. Initially followed track to a gap in a new deer fence. Beyond this not so good due to forestation work before finding something of a path on the higher slopes. On descent found it easier to go more to the west through the forestation. Lying snow above 250m or so.pwbellarby11/11/2016
CK SheilaS06/05/2016
Did after Beinn Bhreacduchally07/03/2016
A brilliant day. Beautiful winter weather. Dad would have been 90 today and he brought me here back in the 60s.jenx04/03/2016
With Jenx. Parked on minor road to south nr high point. Tullich Hill, Graham tops and onto Beinn Breac. Direct down to road and a mile back to car. Great crisp cold weather with snow above 500m. Classnordicstar04/03/2016
Up the west side of the forest in Glen Douglas to Beinn Bhreac, on to Ben Reoch and Tullich HuntGallovidian05/09/2015
Round of the two Grahams and two Graham tops from cottage to South. Pushed on hard to complete in just under three hours and beat the rain by about 15 minutes.dickscroop15/05/2015
Linked Tullich Hill after Beinn Bhreac as part of a linear walk from NS 310987 back to the Loch Long Hotel in Arrochar. Came down to the col at An t-Sreang then climbed to Tullich Hill. Came down same way, a good route. 8 miles with 3300ft ascent. Operated ham radio on short wave bands for SOTA from both summits (GM4OBK/P).G4OBK (Phil)04/02/2015
Solo, round of Beinn Bhreac, Ben Reoch and Tullich Hill from Invergroin.amswanston27/07/2014
From Glen Douglas with Bob B. Great views of The Cobbler. Deep snow.Play2End22/02/2014
Evening walk with Holly and Jenny from the Car Park. steep pull up the side of Tullich Hill. Sunny evening, light wind and haze. 2 hoursalexmaclennan05/07/2013
From car park a short distance SE of Invergroin. Onward to Beinn Bhreac. No snow or frost, moderate breeze, thin cloudbase about 750m rising to 950m. Thanks Glen Douglas for providing and signposting this CP and access points. Are you out there, Glen Luss???Topographer5717/02/2013
Snow everywhere, lets hope it freezes! Great wee day, visibility superb.Colinmac200502/12/2012
MC alone.Martin6603/05/2012
beinn bhreac and tullich hill from glen douglas.robertphillips12/04/2012
Alone, from Glen Douglas Road.Grinner28/08/2011
Tullich Hill then across to Ben Reoch and Beinn Bhreactcrannoch29/01/2011
New Year's Day - 11 years since finishing Munros. Tullich Hill (NN293006) S/F NS306990 Dry but largely overcast, cloudbase >3000 giving good views to Ben More, Cobbler and Ben Lomond. Very cold wind, virtually all snow melted.John Young01/01/2011
Original climb after work, also 2/6/17 with former work colleagues and on to Ben ReochThearlaichdubh08/10/2010
Hard work on a pathless hillnosdrahcir14/05/2009
Nice viewpoint. Came up from Glen Douglas, continuing to Beinn Bhreac and Ben ReochKevin2903508/04/2009
MMC WalkRocky04/01/2009
Came up from col below Ben Reoch, after contouring round to there from the col between Beinn Bhreac and Ben Reoch. Half an hour of uphill.campagvelocet18/09/2008
Parked and ascended from bridge at Invergroin.JohnW19/04/2008
JW Uisdean2505/03/2005
Dry, some sun, cold wind, good views, snow higher up.iangalbraith28/11/2004
Victoria Cameron Fraserdonmeister12/07/2003
From B Bhreac. Easily down to bealach on a contour over rough grass over 4 or 5 side streams to pass and up over grass to broad undulating top at 12.00.arranc02/08/2002
From Glen DouglasBLACKHILL12/10/2001
From Invergroin, straight up & down.agentmancuso24/02/2001
Self and Sally, her first hillInvicta1419/06/2000
good ascent of SE ridge, fine hill. glen luss, layby W of invergroin RHW08/05/1998
Evening Graham round: Tullich Hill, Beinn Bhreac from Glen Douglas. Beinn a'Mhanaich from The Military Road.Eddie03/06/1993
GavinTheobald 329/10/2019