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Name:Dubh Leathad
Hill number:11294
Height:75m / 246ft
Parent (Ma):none
RHB Section:19A: Oban to Loch Fyne
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Maritime area:Scarba, Slate Islands & Firth of Lorn
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:NM 73869 10760
Summit feature:no feature
Col:24m  NM742109  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 55
(1:25k) 359
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 12 users)ByDate of Ascent
Dropped off at S end of Luing by Farsain Cruises. With Darren Giddings, Adrian Rayner and Charles Everett. Walked the length of the island picking up all the tumps. From Binnean Furachail, and on to the tidal island of Torsa.jonglew17/05/2018
Fabulous sunny day walk up island of Luing with Jon Glew, Darren Giddins, & Adrian Rayner. Five TuMPs plus tidal island Eilean Torsa.. Fourth tumpvegibagger17/05/2018
4th tump of 10 today, the 1st 6 with Charles Everett, Jon Glew and Adrian Rayner as we traversed Luing from the Southern tip,courtesy of Dinghy drop off via Farsain Cruises and Mervyn who had booked the boat for the day. 1st Aird Luing, followed by Leccamore and Binnein Furachail descending Sw then South before heading West (avoiding worst of scrub) to cross lane and onto good track before heading direct for the top. I recorded 78m @ NM 73867 10759. We headed North to intercept a good track folowing this round back to the lane, where we headed North, veering off on a track to Ardinamir but then North again for Torsa our next target...Dazingdale17/05/2018
Mossy grassy low cairn on small grassy hummock in sheep pasture close to track from Cullipool. Hazy views.Denise 20/04/2018
An easy pasture stroll after the two tougher ones to the east. Mind you, the cattle had done their best to churn the grassColin Crawford13/04/2017
Squeezed car into space at junction to E, then up very muddy - cattle - track and up onto ridge. Not memorableThearlaichdubh13/03/2017
Completion Tump on Luing: the first, and probably the only, time I can claim the first logged completion of the Tumps on an island. Up drive to Ardlarach, left through gate behind cottages on left on to track which bends right then left through trees. Through two gates to point overlooking sea, NE along ridge, then across to northbound track roughly west of Achafolla. Summit of Dubh Leathad is just off track to the east, then down to NM 740122 and back to ferry at South Cuan.mainnirnamfiadh25/07/2015
This is the first, and will probably remain the only time when I record a 'first log' for a Tump! Start at NM740122, or at NM74311105 and (soon after passing through the gate) take the left-hand (higher) track.David Purchase11/06/2015