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Name:Cnoc Coinnich
Hill number:1423
Height:763.5m / 2505ft
Section:19C: Loch Fyne to Bute and the Firth of Clyde
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Deleted Graham
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,C,xG)
Grid ref:NN 23355 00748
Summit feature:outcrop under cairn
Drop:276m
Col:488m  NN234018  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL37N 363N
Observations:outcrop 45m S at NN 23365 00704 is 1.2m lower
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica GS15
Surveys of Cnoc Coinnich Cruach nan Capull and Cruach nam Mult.pdf
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 156 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
High, wind, hail, snow; a quick dash and grab!MichaelF20/03/2017
41st Solo. From Arrochar as a detour off the walk through to Lochgoilhead along the Cowal Way. Ascent of NW ridge to summit. Snow down to 400m, snow 1-2ft deep in many places on ridge to summit. Some hill fog, cloud level varying 500 650m, dry, gusting on summit.RGibbs08/02/2017
A nice walk from Lochgoilhead. Very pleasant forest path, and then an easy stroll onto the ridge. The gaelic name is very apt - it really is a mossy knoll.Gill17/12/2016
From Coilessan in company with Tom. Very muddy route through forest as road being improved for logging possibly. Otherwise a nice straightforward route with good views. Felt a bit disorientated as looking at Arrochar Alps from a new perspective. Would do again.munromurph28/11/2016
Cnoc Coinnich, The Brack SW Top then contour onto Cruach Fhiarach from Coilessan. Last Corbett (again).jimbloomer24/11/2016
Anticlockwise circuit of three Corbetts from Lochgoilheaddavidpettit8402/11/2016
Previous three ascents as a Graham, this the first as a Corbett. Busiest I've ever seen the hillColin Crawford09/10/2016
From Lochgoilhead car park. With Ian Soulsby.Dangerous Dave01/10/2016
Round of Coinnich and Brack from Coilessan car park.Viewfinder17/09/2016
A damp ascent into cloud to summit with minimal views till halfway down. Last Corbett!oatcake04/09/2016
Cnoc Coinnich, Beinn Reithe, The Steeple E top and The Steeple from Lochgoilhead. Good paths and easy climb to Cnoc Coinnich. Seemed a long way to Beinn Reithe with its 2 tops (N one probably slightly higher than outcrop by trig). Took in the two tops of The Steeple on the way back. The Steeple is impressive rocky feature with excellent views down to Lochgoilhead and the mountains beyond.RobertP28/08/2016
Solo walk/jog from Coilessan. Last Corbett - again!amswanston10/07/2016
Solo trip from Coilessan side, highly recommended. A very scenic perch.Invicta1403/06/2016
A good round including Beinn Reithe from Lochgoilhead. Straightforward until final descent where I had to ad lib a bit to get back to initial track but no problems.dickscroop12/10/2015
selfdavidsbatty07/07/2015
From LochgoilheadMartin R30/04/2014
Brute of a day w cold easterly a gusting up over the main ridge. Thick mist from 450m made the nav just a bit interesting.nordicstar29/03/2014
Lovely sunny Sunday morning walk with Susan, Jenny and Holly. From Coilessan Glen carpark, take the Coilessan Glen road and then Cowal Way path to the foot of the ridge. Easy ascent. 4 hours.alexmaclennan02/06/2013
Solo. From lochgoilhead along track/path towards Ardgartan. Marked by some white posts high up. Went somewhat to the right of NW ridge of Cnoc Coinich to keep out of strong winds and gingerly up snow slopes to summit. Continued to Beinn Reithe.pwbellarby08/04/2013
round of ben donich, the brack, cnoc coinnich.robertphillips23/12/2011
very fineThearlaichdubh29/01/2011
MCMartin6628/08/2009
Up Coilessan Glen, then left parents at col with The Brack for lunch while I hurried to the top. Steep but good underfoot after gaining the NW ridge. From the col to the ridge wasn't as wet as I had feared.campagvelocet06/08/2009
Ascended from Lochgoilhead through the forest and up the north ridge. Headed then for Beinn Reithe.JohnW11/06/2008
Solo Uisdean2517/05/2008
Parked on Loch Goil seafront. Dry access moorland track uphill by forest. Cowal Way post. VWDP over grass in forest ride to open moor. Line of posts up to brow of hill and to top at 12.25. My 1,300th Marilyn.arranc15/04/2007
Cold, cleared on top to give good views, partly cloudy.iangalbraith19/02/2006
With Dad and the Williams family.islamidget23/04/2005
Round of 3 from LochgoilheadBLACKHILL05/04/2002
Climbed on a day trip from home, as no hill-walking possible in Walesmarktrengove24/05/2001
Parked at Ardgarten visitor center and walked along the forest trail to Coilessan Glen. After leaving the forest headed due south and obtained the summit via a steep climb up a stream.garyhoney06/05/2001
big hill easily ascended, fair view. lochgoilhead, good path (s/p thru wdld) RHW02/01/2000
With Alan Dawson and Mary Cox. Heavy cloud and deepish snow even at sea level but blissfully quiet, still and gently snowing in the gentle silence as we start plodding up westwards through deepening snow. At forest end we head south. Snow drifts up to knee level sometimes. Getting windier all the time and high wind becoming a problem. On the summit it's hardly possible to stay standing. A hostile arctic environment and we turn tail and scarper home.vegibagger24/11/1996
Before work from Lochgoilhead.Eddie28/05/1993
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