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Name:Cladh a' Bhearnaig
Hill number:11319
Height:61m / 200ft
Parent (Ma):1405  Carn Breugach
RHB Section:19A: Oban to Loch Fyne
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Island:Kerrera
Maritime area:Scarba, Slate Islands & Firth of Lorn
Class:Tump (0-99m)
(Tu,0)
Grid ref:NM841308 (est)
Drop:55m
Col:6m  NM841344  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 49
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 16 users)ByDate of Ascent
Return visit to check out ferry between Oban North Pier and Kerrera marina (£5) and record GPS references. From marina to gate about 841304, across field past derelict buildings to new gate about 840305, FP up through dying bracken south-east of crest then on crest of ridge to twin tops. Now inclined to believe with others that the eastern top is higher, but the difference can only be minuscule. New small communications dish on 6' pole between tops. Light cloud after earlier sunshine, brisk north wind. Good all-round viewpoint Scarba, Mull, Kingairloch, Cruachan but hazy. Back down same way to marina, with diversion to photograph pigs beside farm track to south.mainnirnamfiadh19/10/2019
Walked round track from Ferry. Hill was covered in Bracken and Brambles. Walked around boatyard, then through gate to east of the hill. A faint route was found up through the Bracken which then led to route up through the crags to top. Went to both ridges, but eastern one was marginally higher. Back down same way. With A&CPeterD25/08/2019
£4.65 return on the ferry. A round of all the tumps came out at 12.3 miles including a visit to the tea rooms. Last of 5 hills, quick nip over to Hutcheson's Monument - a trig intercested stn, then back to the ferry through the boat yard abd then via direct coastal farm track, mostly.jonglew18/05/2018
With Darren Giddins final bill on Kerreravegibagger11/05/2018
6th tump of 8 today with Charles Everett and my Kerrera completion tump, climbing Druim Mor on the mainland and then Carn Breugach, Cnoc na Faire, Barr nan Cadhag and Barr Dubh, both descending back onto the track to the West albeit at different places. I opted for a direct route at NM83337 30103, whereas Charles took the track that profiles around past Ardantrive. I had one drainage channel to cross but was easier enough to negotiate by sidling across the wooden supports then I followed the fence around then via a gate to head North then on on a grassy ramp past a WW2 observation post to the broader grassy top with metal remains, recording this as 61m @ NM 84174 30772 and then heading over to the East high point, also recording 61m @ NM 84214 30768. East top 'seemed' a tad higher. Charles arrived about 10 mins later and we headed down together to take a farmland track along the West coast back to the ferry terminal...the next tump being Dun Uabairtich...Dazingdale11/05/2018
Obvious but unmarked HP on East of two possible ridges, near to 2 WW2 brick 'look out shelters.' Good views of Oban Bay. Overcast, breezy.Denise 18/04/2018
First of the Kerrera Tumps, after walking along the shore from the ferryColin Crawford12/03/2018
After Barr Dubh. Along the ridge and down a gully to path. As E face of hill is a bramble farm, best way is to approach from the impressive monument. Sit there and watch the ferries sail byThearlaichdubh30/04/2017
From the ferry past Oitir Mhòr and Ardantrive. Missed the track to the hill from the gap in the fence at 841304 and reached the south ridge through an awkward gate at 841306 and much vicious bracken. There are two separate lumps at the top: the more definite track makes for the eastern one, but possibly because of the view towards Oban - it is not easy to identify the higher lump by eye. Direct descent by cliffs northwards unappealing, so return initially down south ridge, then down westwards to coast, up to Port a' Bhearnaig, and thence to Hutcheson's Monument.mainnirnamfiadh23/06/2015
A short scramble from the monument to the N with a trail decending SW towards the coast.Smudge05/06/2015
Gallovidian25/10/2018
JimT26/06/2018
RichardM18/04/2018
Dusty07/09/2016
chalky195309/06/2015
ajwxyzt12/11/2011