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Name:Sron Romul
Hill number:1603
Height:308m / 1010ft
RHB Section:24B: Harris and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Na h-Eileanan Siar [Western Isles] (UA)
Maritime area:Scarp to Gallan Head
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m), SIB, Yeaman
Grid ref:NA 96868 15810
Summit feature:rock 6m E of trig point
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 13
(1:25k) 456
Observations:rock is 10cm above trig point base
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 81 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
3rd of 3 island. Follow coast to north avoiding first hill then up to summit. Nice views, just out of the cloud.N.Morters26/05/2019
Sea Harris trip organized by Gill, Pabbay, Taransay and Scarp. N from slipway, then NW to summit. Descent via Hump above slip.CJM26/05/2019
A great trip in very poor weather with Seumas on the Enchanted Isle. Wind picked up and veered whilst on Taransay to give excitingly rough seas on the way to Scarp. Landed slipway by the houses, and contoured low down on easy grass and sheep tracks below Beinn Fo Tuath and little crags to the Abhainn Foirse, where traces of a raised path can be found following up the river for a while. Continued up the river to emerge at the lochan below the summit, and headed NW and NE around a boggy dip to get to the top. The only island of the day with a view at the top, no rain, and the wind had dropped and veered again. Back over Beinn Fo Tuath and a nice easy descent from the bealach below heading E to the slipway. Much calmer sea on the way back.Gill26/05/2019
Sea Harris trip arranged by Gill. Pabbay, Taransay & Scarp. Some rain, some mist & some views - excellent day out with other baggers.ger26/05/2019
Landed on the pier on the east side of the island by Seumas from Sea Harris on Gills trip. 2 hours 20 minutes including the hump. Easy enough walking on the island for the 9 of us.bolton26/05/2019
Trip sailed by Seamus from Sea Harris and Organised by Merv Jack. Landing to SE and then pleasant ascent. Fantastic views to E.Thearlaichdubh30/05/2018
From the slipway with seaweed to the SE.NormanW30/05/2018
With Sea Harris. Up from the pier. Wonderful weather giving spectacular views east across turquoise seas and deserted sandy beaches to the hills of Harris.AndrewFinnimore30/05/2018
RIB from Huisinis. Taransay first then Scarp. Dropped off N end of island. Climbed with Rick, Jen, Bob and Carole. Then on to Beinn fo Thuath.jonglew06/05/2016
With Seatrek from Huishinish and fellow baggers Jen, Bob, Sarah, Carol, Jon, David and Irene. Droped on North side of island in sheltered sandy bay. Steep climb up onto summit ground. Fantastic views on sunny clear day. Done with Taransey.nordicstar06/05/2016
Gorgeous beach, then good rocky route to the top from north.jenx06/05/2016
Otis Alan and CambellGlenford22/09/2014
Closest to drowning on dry land. No views.iangalbraith22/09/2014
With a Seaharris/Alan Holmes group - came across from Beinn fo Tuath in foul weather and got a little damp!Chris Peart22/09/2014
Over on the wee dinghy on a very close, warm day. Three hours from slipway to hill and back, with Kathleen (lost sunglasses) and Max the dog. Given the historic location, weather and the trip over and back, one of our best hills, much more than a tick.dandaran13/09/2014
Travelled to Scarp by Canadian canoe. Climbed hill with Franny Baggins and very sore legs. Beautiful views from summit across to St Kilda, and back towards Harris. After the walk we went for a swim in the sea - Very cold.raffemeister27/05/2014
Did this hill 2nd & had the summit to myself while others went to the Hump.Smudge25/09/2013
Did this one 1st with the others and then the hump.tim74725/09/2013
With Tim 747Shutterlag25/09/2013
A second visit - and well worth the trouble. What a fabulous place this is.Martin R19/09/2013
Stupendous views to be had eastwards to the mountains and hills of North Harris and Loch Reasort.Alex C19/09/2013
Repeat visit.Dugswell219/09/2013
Via Sea Harris boat from Leverburgh convened by Michael Earnshaw. Steady drizzle with intermittent heavy showers.Topographer5707/06/2011
Drop off by Seamus and John of Sea Harris. Wet and windy with Jim Bloomer, Mat Webster and Michael Earnshaw, just about catching Jonathan de F who missed out the HuMP.Dugswell207/06/2011
Managed to hitch a lift from couple who live on island. A gorgeous spring evening. Felt privileged to be there.Martin R30/04/2011
'Don't you try to cross or you'll end up in Kilda' Said shepherd. Good offer! Donald MacDonald in last house contacts nice man who's out shopping. He carries me both ways, his wife feeds us dinner and they stick a couple of mackerel on the day-sack. Luck boy me, againEddie17/07/2007
from Tuath. Lengthy detour left before dropping down to highest part of bealach to E of loch and yet another uphill plod over heather and swamp grass up and to left to top at 15.30. Torrential rain on descent.arranc31/05/2006
in cloud with a load of others. Jamie ran off ahead with Alan D and Alisonvegibagger31/05/2006
Date is first visit. Notes from later...fine rough island & summit, lovely views. jetty to E, beach to N; Seatrek & Cuma RHW02/07/2002
Jon F26/05/2019
Tom Mundell26/05/2019
sarah mundell26/05/2019
Trekking toes26/05/2019
carole engel06/05/2016
Rob Pen y Garn12/06/2014
Tony S25/09/2013