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Name:Dun Mor a' Chaolais
Hill number:10535
Height:38m / 125ft
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 08329 47669
Summit feature:modern cairn on ancient huge cairn
Col:5m  NM068481  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 46
(1:25k) 372E 372W
Observations:cairn is 12m S of trig point
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 21 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked on the verge by a house, then through a gate by the next house, and up over grass, rock and heather to the summit. Would have been a good view point on a better day.LizH21/08/2019
Last of the good weather. From the NE of island where there were basking sharks.Popped up from the track north of the harbour past chilled cows. Short boggy ascent to remains of the broch on top. BWF between trig and summit no problem. Step over. Then on to campsite ready for rain.fasgadh03/08/2019
An easy walk up the wall line from the expanding harbour. With B and R.jenx08/06/2019
From NM085476.summitsup01/05/2019
Round of Tiree TuMPs in the pleasant company of Jon Glew. followed by walk to lovely tidal island of Soa.Thearlaichdubh31/08/2018
From NM 0848 4754, wide grass verge parking.jonglew31/08/2018
Steep climb up with good views of Gunna Sound.andy17/07/2017
Last wander with Goska before ferry tomorrowMountain Goat16/09/2016
From the pier road. Got bitten by a dog - more than a nip too!jimbloomer18/06/2015
Afterthought following visit to tidal island Soa. Regained road by Tràigh Crìonaig and took track from near Ruaig. Encountered a dozen or so very inquisitive young cattle after passing Laighnis, so came down south-east from summit to near Millton, then road to Caolas.mainnirnamfiadh18/06/2015
A lovely TuMP and trig with Iain Brown and Martin Richardson.Dugswell209/05/2014
Becomes obvious why the trig is called Harbour once you get there. Quick grab with a bonus of a trig pillar. Great view once again.Martin R09/05/2014
fine summit: TP offset E due to Broch rems. tk from Ruaig to W RHW29/05/2003
Date not exact.Topographer5701/09/1964
hill walker13/05/2015
Alex C16/03/2012