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Name:Cnoc na Stroine [Cnoc na Sroine]
Hill number:1204
Height:398.3m / 1307ft
Parent (Ma):1187  Breabag
RHB Section:16E: Scourie to Lairg
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Submarilyn, Yeaman
Grid ref:NC 25437 12845
Summit feature:no feature: ground by cabin
Col:251.9m  NC 2733 1211  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 15
(1:25k) 439E
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
An unexpected delight with suddenly improving weather and clear views of Suilven Canisp etc. Accessed from wide entrance to Ledmore Marble quarry- not operational when visited. At the top is a comms array but we thought the HP was a hummock just to NW of aerials. There are fewer fences if you start to the East of the quarry workings.Denise 12/10/2018
From the marble quarry road. Just before workings, over deer fence, then another then very steeply up heather keeping to the LHS of the dripping slab. Absolutely superb views W mountains silhoetted against setting sun and blue sky under a ceiling of grey cloud. The steep sides of Siulven appearing unreal from this angle. Summit is a mess of comms masts and buildings but rock breaking through grass and short heather 120m to the NE is definite mountain and as high, if not higher, than area around masts.RichardM12/10/2018
From the quarry track but difficult going to start due to new planting and mega deer fence. Better to skirt round all this, which we did on return. A messy hill top.jenx28/08/2018
From entrance to quarry, track then deer fence with steeplibe over difficult ground to small hanging Crag. Left of this and easilyvto top. Area nearby looked higher. Back down skirting the deer fenced area to East more easily, into quarry area and track out.nordicstar28/08/2018
Up and down from the marble quarry track.Eddie28/05/2016
fair hill;mast;fine view W. from quarry tk to NW RHW09/05/2003
Martin R27/05/2016
Colin Crawford10/06/2014
Alan Whatley15/05/2012