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Name:Maol Buidhe
Hill number:11484
Height:109m / 358ft
Parent (Ma):1457  Cruach Scarba
RHB Section:20A: Jura, Scarba and Colonsay
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Maritime area:Scarba, Slate Islands & Firth of Lorn
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NM 71656 03886
Summit feature:no feature
Col:75m  NM715041  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 55
(1:25k) 355N
Observations:top 200m S is 6m lower on 1:50k map
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 20 users)ByDate of Ascent
A rough descent from the summit area.Chris Peart28/06/2018
Second hill of third visit to Scarba with Colwyn Jones organised trip with Farsain cruises.chalky195328/06/2018
Dave McG28/06/2018
Traverse of Scarba with Darren Gittins and Farsain Cruises. Weather cleared and lovely wee hill. Pick up off E side of pretty bayThearlaichdubh15/05/2018
Pete R15/05/2018
On a Farsain Cruises trip out of Craobh Haven. Dropped off at the jetty at NE end of the island. This the last tump on the island. Picked up from Bagh Gleann a'Mhaoil.jonglew15/05/2018
Group of 12 from Croabh Haven.. Seventh.. Dry, windy, thining cloudvegibagger15/05/2018
Low level traverse from NE to SE, taking in the 2 S-most summits - no desire for a 3rd visit to summit in poor weather. Large outcrop at HP. Jon and I descended SSE via two attractive low-prom headland HPs (NM 72022 03518, NM 71689 03310), then entertaining rocky goaty descent S to shoreline and round to waiting boat. Impressive Section completion by Dazingdale, who also organised the trip with Farsain - but where was the whisky ;-)RHW15/05/2018
9th and final tump of the day to complete Scarba but also RHB section 20A: Jura, Scarba & Colonsay on this, the 2nd day of 3 boat trips I organised with Farsain cruises out of Craobh Haven. Having landed on Lunga 1st we climbed Garbh Cheatramh and Bidein na h-lolaire before heading North for the tidal traverse to climb Meall Mheadhonach and Rubha Fiola before dropping down to climb Lunga's last tump of Barr A' Bhealaich. Drop off on Scarba at the jetty then Kilmory Lodge Hill, Cruach Scarba and its SE top in windy and rainy conditions, crossing North of Loch Airigh a' Chruidh we headed Se, E then Ne (conditions now clearing) to cross over Gleann na h-Airigh Braccainnish (Jonglew & RHW summitting at the time), continuing East then SE to the summit, recording 116m @ NM 71644 03887 and 112m @NM 71656 03885, followed closely by Charlie Scott, Peter Ridges and Steve G. Descent, now with clear skies, Descent Sw via track to SE edge of Bagh Gleann A' Mhaoil for collection.Dazingdale15/05/2018
carole engel08/08/2017
Alex C07/06/2015
Campbell Singer07/06/2015
islands tripAdrian04/08/2012
With RHB baggers trip via rib from Crinan. From bay to SE and direct line to top on great weather day. Other tops picked off on way there/back.nordicstar28/04/2012