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Name:Eilean Dubh Beag
Hill number:11535
Height:42m / 138ft
Parent (Ma):none
RHB Section:20A: Jura, Scarba and Colonsay
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Island:Mono Tump island
Maritime area:Scarba, Slate Islands & Firth of Lorn
Class:Tump (0-99m), SIB
(Tu,0,SIB)
Grid ref:NM 69523 11171
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:42m
Col:Sea
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 55
(1:25k) 359
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 21 users)ByDate of Ascent
With Farsain Cruises, landed on east side, after tide had thwarted attempt on west side earlier in the day. Heather and bracken on summits- both adjacent tops visited in breezy sun.Denise 20/07/2019
From landing on E side. Grass, bracken and short heather to summit. High point un-marked. Great views, superb weather.RichardM20/07/2019
10island tumps on 8 islands with Duncan of Farsian cruises. Tried to land on outward leg but tides and currents defeated us. Skilfull and easy landing on return leg. This was kens third attempted trip and eventullybsuccesfull landingcjo20/07/2019
10th of 12 tumps over 8 islands with Farsain Cruises.jonglew14/05/2018
Darren Giddins/Farsain cruises trip in superb weather. Beautiful weatherThearlaichdubh14/05/2018
With group of island-baggers on the Farsain out of Craobh HavenAndrewFinnimore14/05/2018
#8 of 10 island P30s, with Farsain. Tricky landing N side. Striking quartzite exposuresRHW14/05/2018
10th tump of 12 on the 6th Island of the day, on the 1st day of my three boat trips organised with Farsain Cruises, having visited Eileach an Noaimh, A'Chuli, Garbh Eileach and Don Chonnuill, we bypassed this one to visit the tumps on Eilean Dubh Mor then rounded the island to the North dropping in on a stretch of rock Wnw of the summit, near Sgeir nan Crubag @ NM69370 11225. I headed up SE then East to the summit, recording 42m @ NM 69522 11172, returning a similar route. Onwards to Guirasdeal, that had avoided being visited by all known Island Baggers thus far....things would change.Dazingdale14/05/2018
Landed NE side, needs fairly calm conditions. A few of us bagged this while the others still needing E D Mor bagged that - typically Machiavellian Holmes plan! Then Fladda then Belnahua. Group charter with Farsain Cruises out of Craobh Haven.RHW10/06/2015
richtea504020/07/2019
chalky195320/07/2019
Alan Whatley20/07/2019
assynt_bob20/07/2019
Pete R14/05/2018
vegibagger14/05/2018
PM14/05/2018
AndyS14/05/2018
SteveG14/05/2018
Adrian14/05/2018
jimbloomer10/06/2015
bjewing04/08/2012