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Name:Cnoc Coille an Leatraich
Hill number:10414
Height:93m / 305ft
Parent (Ma):1227  Dun Caan
RHB Section:17A: North Skye and Raasay
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Island:Raasay
Maritime area:Raasay to Loch Alsh & Kishorn
Class:Tump (0-99m)
(Tu,0)
Grid ref:NG554417 (est)
Drop:34m
Col:59m  NG554415  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 24
(1:25k) 409 410

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 3 users)ByDate of Ascent
More of an adventure than I'd anticipated. Despite being mere 93m p34. My route from the road started at 140m with an 81m descent down a beautiful wooded path, but don't make the mistake I made of thinking that the first stream fork I hit was valley bottom before the hill. I climbed the wooded slopes only to check on my phone GPS Google earth man to find that I was on a spur of the hills still to the east. Climbing down right towards the stream again through deep heather now found my way barred as the stream was in a 3-4 metre deep gorge. Back west into the trees and down wooded slopes to the proper stream col to the proper hill. Two close summits of pretty week equal height about 15 metres apart. Climbing out of crossing the arcing stream back to re-climb to the path, an unexpected bramble scraped my bare legs which were already suffering the mistake of wearing shorts giving lots of Heather stem scratchings.vegibagger24/06/2018
chalky195302/09/2015
GordonAdshead01/10/2014