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Name:Speinne Mor
Hill number:1317
Height:446m / 1463ft
RHB Section:17E: Mull and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Maritime area:Mull & surrounding islands
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 49940 49776
Summit feature:prominent rock 45m S of trig point
Col:36m  NM567423  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 47 48
(1:25k) 374E
Observations:rock is 1m higher than FB on trig point (FB =444.7m) at NM 49946 49819
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 88 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Cycled from Aros to point NE of Lettermore, then sharp right onto a steep and dilapidated track that leads up to deer fence at 200m. Followed fence up to gate at 250m which was easier to scramble than open. Tussocky going to summit.Topographer5712/04/2019
Easy parking at 465524. A 3 hour return as the weather improved. Wet after the previous days downpour but a decent path for most of the way. With CM.bolton27/08/2018
From road to the NW. With PM.CJM27/08/2018
From the NW via the Tump. Good views from summit to Tobermory and far beyond.NormanW10/07/2018
As Rick's route, path pretty good for Mull. Rained twice, mild, very windy, nice easy walk.iangalbraith18/06/2018
From Loch Carnain an Amais via path along ridge. Excellent views.Winterfloodian27/05/2018
Room for 3/4 cars at 465523, decent path all the way, weather closed in on me, but saw enough to see this is a wonderful viewpoint, well worth a trip.hils14/04/2018
Weather was Yuk!Mountain Goat19/05/2016
Used same route as Nordstar, but track was buried under snow. If you keep close to Lochan Dearg you have a more direct line up, but on the way down keep to W. Superb views down the Sound of MullThearlaichdubh30/04/2016
13.30 with Jimmy McPaul in weather window without rain but increasingly strong winds.vegibagger01/06/2015
With Jenx, from B8073 at GR NM466524, parking in small old quarry. There's a path to gate, from here a decent path goes most of the way towards the top, somewhat wet in places and using an eroded edge for passage quite cleverly. At final pull up old deer fence post march on, angle up the hill and rejoin a faint path that goes all the way to summit cairn and trig in 1 hour. The forest below is being harvested so avoid the track in this way I would suggest. Wonderful views from highest point of North Mull, well worth the effort.nordicstar25/04/2015
With Damian & Alfie.Dangerous Dave25/12/2014
Ascended South East along ridge from B8073. Descended South through thick bracken to track at Lettermore in order to return to the road.raffemeister03/08/2014
With Clare, Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave27/04/2014
With Alfie, Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu & Coel.Dangerous Dave18/05/2013
done on my own, great views out to Rum and Eigg and Ben More in the clouds.tallblond09/05/2013
Wet with Jim Bloomer.Dugswell206/05/2013
Walked in from Crannich Farm campsite along Loch Frisa and then headed up hill from Lettermore Farm. Poor visibility and bad weather on summit but nice day out.andy05/05/2013
On Ben More Trip to Mull with Caroline and Barrynickywood124/09/2012
Jhimmy was with me day before he did this one, on my final Munro. I decided to go to Staffa instead. Anyway, done it now from same start, took in the 313m summit (P30) on way up. Great views. Long walk back on track in sunshine.Martin R13/04/2012
With Alfie.Dangerous Dave23/10/2011
Wet day. Up through the forest from Loch Frisa.fasgadh13/04/2011
Visit to MUll, nice walk, 4 deer!!! :)3fatties_S09/09/2009
MC JCMartin6631/12/2007
by forest road leading down to Loch Frisa. On road and struck uphill over short bracken and uneven ground to line of forest. Up to a thin grassy section and an old deer fence - wire long gone. Deer path on north side for 2 miles to final heave of hill. Sharp gain of height onto dome and 2 or 3 false cairns and to Vanessa 9798 at 13.30. Boulder 100m away seemed higher. Castlebay ferry going to Oban.arranc29/08/2006
Large car park at approx: NM462524. Lots of eagle watchers all over the place. Route fairly obvious, if slightly longer then it looks.Jhimmy05/05/2006
From the road.Eddie16/04/2005
Date is first visit. Notes from later...fine remote hill (no view - rain). FP from 466523, faint fork just after stile, good FP most of way to summit RHW31/03/2002
Tom Mundell06/05/2017
Trekking toes06/05/2017
Lionel Bidwell15/07/2014
Tony Rogers15/07/2014
Susan Bidwell15/07/2014
Dee Rogers15/07/2014
Andrew Simmons10/08/2012