|Name:||Torr a' Bheannain|
|Height:||259m / 850ft|
|Parent (Ma):||1483 Tighvein|
|RHB Section:||20C: Arran and Holy Island|
|County/UA:||North Ayrshire (UA)|
|Maritime area:||Firth of Clyde to Mull of Kintyre|
|Grid ref:||NR 99998 22624|
|Summit feature:||green mound above some boulders|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 69|
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 4 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Third and final hill of the day, and final hill on Arran. From Cnoc Craobhach on mapped fire breaks to NS 0002 2299 whence near enough directly to it through the conifers. Very wet and unpleasant around NS 0002 2280. Large moss covered boulders enclosed in the plantation at summit.||jonglew||11/05/2018|
|Kilmory to Kildonan. A new forestry road has been constructed winding over the N side of this hill. Left this at NR996230 to pick up the mapped ride running SE across the summit area. The well delineated boulder supported HP was gained from taking a direct bearing from the (second) summit of this ride. Backtracked to the road for approach to Cnoc Craobhach before being halted by harvesting operations further along.||Smudge||17/11/2017|
|1st ever log for this hill, not surprisingly! 4th hill of 5 today on a difficult navigational challenge from Whiting Bay, cimbing, Cnoc na Comhairle, Cnoc na Garbad, Cnoc Craobhach and then going off course on forest rides I estimated error and ended up at fenceline (after negotiating nasty floating bog) I managed to climb onto open moorland and then found I was back on my route at NR99032202. I headed up through trees and instead of sticking to bearing I veered more to the East and this meant exploring the high ground on this side of a forest side only to find that the other side was higher. A series of mossy boulders mark the summit!||Dazingdale||09/05/2016|