|Name:||Aird a' Chaolais|
|Height:||53m / 174ft|
|Parent (Ma):||1633 Heiseabhal Mor [Theiseabhal Mor] [Heishival Mor]|
|RHB Section:||24D: Barra to Barra Head|
|County/UA:||Na h-Eileanan Siar [Western Isles] (UA)|
|Maritime area:||South of Barra|
|Grid ref:||NL 62093 97597|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 31|
(1:25k) 452N 452S
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 18 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Quick walk over to this hill by beautiful sea loch and white sand beach on a dreich day, meeting the farmer who was having his cattle de-horned. With Simon H and John G.||JOHNS||17/09/2018|
|Parked at end of public road to E. Pleasant. Final Vatersay Tump||Thearlaichdubh||22/05/2018|
|Continuing our sunny round of the Vatersay tops with Colin and R . HP is large outcropping rock, part of ancient boundary wall? short dry grass with sheep and lambs, larks singing.||Denise||27/04/2018|
|Round of the Vatersay Tumps from the dunes. This one was a bit tame following the tidal island||Colin Crawford||27/04/2018|
|As part of a 4 tump walk on Vatersay from Castlebay. Walk to end of minor road and keep walking over gate and one fence. Good view point||trimarc2||13/10/2017|
|From end of the minorroad, good paring at field gate. En-route to Bioruaslum.||jonglew||14/08/2017|
|Vatersay Tump completion with Alex and Adrian.||Dugswell2||13/08/2017|
|W Jenx walking over the Marilyns from Tangasdal to Vatersay. Picked up this Tump on way to visit tidal island of Bioruaslum. Stone block on top and interesting birds - buzzard, skylark, lapwing||nordicstar||09/07/2014|
|Uidh to Castlebay. Lots of lapwings doing their aerobatics near the summit on a glorious late afternoon.||Smudge||07/05/2014|
|Date long lost. No causeway at the time so took the local ferry across from Barra.||moorsman||09/09/1999|