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Name:Carn Loch Fada
Hill number:10465
Height:73m / 239ft
Parent (Ma):none
RHB Section:17F: Coll and Tiree
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Maritime area:Coll & Tiree
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:NM 23080 59179
Summit feature:outcrop 5m S of trig point
Col:23m  NM257607  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 46 47
(1:25k) 372E
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 13 users)ByDate of Ascent
Crossed at the top of the inlet on a wall-like causeway, which seemd to be crossable most of the time. Followed an ATV track onto higher ground, then tried to keep to more rocky ground out of the bogs. Good views from the summit. Carried on towards Meall Eatharna.LizH24/08/2019
Across boggy and broken ground from M Ethearna, then equally boggy and rough to cross the inlet slightly N of the big white house.Thearlaichdubh01/09/2018
After Meall Eatharna. Across fence at NM 227581, then to corner at NM 229586. Fence recently doubled, but old fence down here, so easier to cross. New fence running east-west a bit south of Loch Fada, but Heath Robinson stile at about NM 228591. Over top with 70m contour, round south end of loch, and up to trig. View more extensive: South Uist, Barra, and Jura all visible (just) to naked eye. Back to Heath Robinson stile, through gate just to north, and almost straight down to head of Loch Eatharna, with occasional faint LRT. Across on top of dyke at NM 224582 and up to road, making for A Chròic.mainnirnamfiadh01/06/2016
With Meall Eathearnajimbloomer21/06/2015
A tiring damp TuMP and trig with Iain Brown and Martin Richardson.Dugswell210/05/2014
Not often you have to swim to a summit. Great views, though.Martin R10/05/2014
just after sunrise with Rob Woodall before we headed off in different directions. with trig no. S9902vegibagger25/08/2013
Trig and P30 circuit from Arinagour - Coll Day 2. Trig name is Chrotha: Trig is highest point, on rock outcrop. RHW25/08/2013
Alex C13/03/2012