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Name:Cnoc na Carraige
Hill number:1448
Height:209m / 686ft
Parent (Ma):1445  Cruach nan Caorach
RHB Section:19C: Loch Fyne to Bute and the Firth of Clyde
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Fyne, Catchment Boundaries
Watershed:Ardlamont Point to Fife Ness
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Submarilyn
Grid ref:NR 97558 68260
Summit feature:no feature
Col:67m  NR963711  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 62
(1:25k) 362S
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 17 users)ByDate of Ascent
With Alex, Charlie, Doug & Rick. Drove in along forest track after Inchmarnock boat trip.Tony J26/08/2017
Expedition led by D Law. Drove up to High point from golf course to N then thrash through felling to summit. Rubbish.Thearlaichdubh26/08/2017
With Carole Engel, filling in time before the Inchmarnock Island boat rip at 10am. Drove past golf clubhouse (1 unlocked gate to open) on a good forest track, 4x4 not required. Walked final 300m over felled conifer woodland - very rough going.jonglew26/08/2017
Bagged as part of the Famous Five with Alex, Charlie, Rick and Tony after driving in along the forest track from the golf course.Dugswell226/08/2017
Easy up via drive thru golf course to point described by RHW. Lines up through brash of trees felled a year or so ago to old pasture with small trees. With Dugswell, Alex, Tony and Charlie after Inchmarnock trip.nordicstar26/08/2017
Fancy footwork required for summit photo poses courtesy of Director Doug.Alex C26/08/2017
Trees between N-S forest road and the summit have been felled.mae13/10/2016
New forestry from N, presumably, eventually reaches to within 500m then continues away SW, presumably. The track marked on map from S, Glenahuil, Does Not Exist. You have to hack through densely fallen pines then knee deep bog before reaching to forestry access well made up track.Eddie29/05/2014
dullish hill, summit free of trees but +/- no view. rough tk to park at 973681, fairly open pltn to summit RHW23/03/2002
Parked at the car park near Blair's Ferry and took the Millhouse footpath to meet up with the north - south track. Once at a level with the summit hacking was required to reach it.garyhoney21/07/2000
Martin R29/11/2017
carole engel26/08/2017
Alan Whatley09/04/2013
Colin Crawford08/03/2010