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Name:Ben Feall
Hill number:10480
Height:66m / 217ft
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 14525 54868
Summit feature:large cairn
Col:12m  NM147546  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 46
(1:25k) 372E
Observations:if boulder is unnatural, then summit position is 15m N
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 21 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at the RSPB car park and walked through the dunes from Cnoc Carpach, avoiding the cattle and bull on the track, and up to the summit. Fantastic view point, with views along the coast and out to Tiree.LizH23/08/2019
Evening ascent from camp on slopes of the west top. Proper hill walk , only 1:12 scale, Coll is a land of giants if you dont adjust to the wee hills. Very fine view from summit over Tiree and up the coast towards Rum. Stayed high most of the evening due to wind failure and midge attacks at base. Enjoyed a sunset behind Vatersay and the wind returned. The hill suffers a bit from 4*4 ascents. A couple of the sods on top during the evening.fasgadh02/08/2019
Great walk out to Calgary point and back via beaches and this very nice top. With B and R.jenx07/06/2019
Real rock, not dune- small cairn on grassy rock. Just below is stone seat commemorating the last Laird of Coll 1924-2012. Fine island views. From RSPB carpark to South by dunes.Denise 13/05/2019
From P at NM151539 after Cnoc Carpach.summitsup04/05/2019
On clockwise circuit of W Coll by foot. Pleasant walk over dunes from Carpach. Probably Coll's finest hillThearlaichdubh02/09/2018
From the car park to the S. Cnoc Carpach first then followed tops of dunes across to here. Memorial to last laird of Coll a few metres below the summit.jonglew02/09/2018
Stone shelter/seat just below summit in memory of Kenneth Stewart 1924-2012 Last Laird of Coll.chalky195306/11/2015
Along the track from the RSPB car park below Cnoc Carpach, which leads almost to the summit. Down eastwards and round the head of Port an t-Saoir, aiming to pick up the track to Arileod, but missed it somehow and stumbled through bog and barbed wire before reaching the road well north of Arileod. Impressive waves rolling in from the Atlantic, though.mainnirnamfiadh08/10/2015
With Cnoc Carpach.jimbloomer19/06/2015
A lovely spot on a sunny morning with Iain Brown and Martin Richardson after Calgary Point.Dugswell211/05/2014
Walked to Calgary Point to bag the trig and end of the island. Got this on way back. Cow on summit.Martin R11/05/2014
Trig and P30 circuit from Arinagour - Coll Day 1 RHW24/08/2013
Date not knowncallumblack01/08/1991
Colin Crawford30/08/2012