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Name:Mullach Mor
Hill number:1485
Height:314m / 1030ft
RHB Section:20C: Arran and Holy Island
County/UA:North Ayrshire (UA)
Island:Holy Island (Arran)
Maritime area:Firth of Clyde to Mull of Kintyre
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m), SIB, Yeaman
Grid ref:NS 06317 29741
Summit feature:rock 2m NNW of trig point
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 69
(1:25k) 361S
Observations:rock 4m NNW of trig point is as high
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 176 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Simon Winton02/09/2019
Gavin Theobald26/08/2019
Neil Midgley20/05/2019
Standard route from the landing place, over the hill and back along the west coast. With Mrs Anchovy, M & X. All rather lovely.Herbert Anchovy29/08/2018
Clockwise from the pier to Mullach Beag then Mullach Mor, returning by the western coastal path. A stunning walk and viewpoint, highly recommended!Chris Mac03/08/2018
carole engel12/05/2018
#631 Over to Holy Island on the 11:45ish ferry. North to South traverse, Pillar Rock and a dash back along the shore for a cup of tea whilst waiting for the ish ferry back.tim74726/09/2017
TMS partydavidsbatty15/06/2017
Sick Kid15/06/2017
£12 ferry, very interesting talk and then a return walk of under 1.5 hours and 3 miles. Great views and very peaceful. Solo.bolton14/06/2017
Group walk as part of Arran festivaljpitches21/05/2017
£12 ferry at 11.00. Walked south along the western shore, then up the steep path through the heather from above the southern lighthouse. Very tame goats with kids : two breeds - small brown ones, large white ones, a family of them guarding the cave. Oyster catchers, ponies with foals, bluebells, a chaffinch, a swan nesting on the shore. Grey day but a special walk. Well waymarked.Owen B13/05/2017
walk livi10/05/2017
Just in time to catch ferry at 2pm. Had an hour and a half to get up and down via the main path and made it with time to spare. Excellent path and superb viewpoint at the top.AndrewFinnimore05/08/2016
A gem of a place with the ferry service to match.Topographer5702/06/2016
Jon F02/06/2016
10 am boat over. lovely dayrobertphillips16/05/2016
Tom Mundell15/05/2016
2nd hill after Mullach Beag and a touch of scrambling on descent path to the return leg of the circuit from the pier. Great day out accompanied by Hal and Rose, an American couple i met on the boat. I found a fissure in the rocks that went in about 50m and still wasn't dark (suspected light from above). Cute goats, birds galore, interesting Buddhist murals and evocative old Hawthorn trees on a lovely day ended by a drink in the shop made by the aptly appropriate 'Finnish' woman.Dazingdale06/05/2016
Parked in Lamlash and took the ferry over. Ferry owner says there are no strong currents in the bay, so if I go again I'll take my canoe. Followed well made path in a clockwise direction as instructed by the Monk(ess)? Great views all around, Eriskay ponies and spectacular cliffs. Very interesting wee walk.raffemeister30/04/2016
Two and a half hour romp around the island with Jenny, Margriet and Rick on a lovely morning. Mullach Beag, Mullach Mor, Pillar Rock and the two lighthouses plus the odd cave, Soay sheep and Eriskay ponies.Dugswell221/04/2016
With Jenx, Tall Blond and ticky Dugswell. Small group on special boat of four over to HI. Standard route round, done in just over two hours 30 full circuit. Jim and Russell are contacts. The Beag too.nordicstar21/04/2016
Oh what a perfect day! A beautiful little island in glorious spring sunshine. Willow warblers everywhere in the woods, and gulls on the cliffs.jenx21/04/2016
With Rick,Jen and Douglas on a near perfect day.tallblond21/04/2016
After a welcome and introductory talk from one of the volunteers at the Centre for World Peace & Health, followed the waymarked path up through the woods & along the north ridge to the summit. (DB)gerrybowes03/09/2015
Paul and Terri29/06/2015
Ferry now £12. Descending to the south on wet rock is awkward.Lionel Bidwell25/06/2015
Susan Bidwell25/06/2015
Dee Rogers13/05/2015
With PK. On day of bagging small Arran Marilyns.amswanston08/05/2015