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Name:Easabhal [Easaval]
Hill number:1618
Height:243m / 797ft
RHB Section:24C: North Uist, South Uist and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Na h-Eileanan Siar [Western Isles] (UA)
Island:South Uist
Maritime area:Eriskay & South Uist
Watershed:Long Island
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (200-299m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NF 77401 15819
Summit feature:large cairn
Col:4m  NF754202  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 31
(1:25k) 452N 453S
Observations:cairns 160m SSE at NF 77489 15687, 310m S at NF 77407 15511 and 200m SSW NF 77357 15629 are of very similar height; all other cairns are lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 105 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With David S - from church cp to W. Visited 6 cairns including summit cairn.ger02/10/2019
With ger at summit a stag was moving around the top, good views on a fine day.DRS02/10/2019
Simon Winton11/06/2019
Short ish detour whilst doing a streach of the Hebridean way. Liked this hill, full of interest and views and easy to walk on. Up from the causeway.nickywood108/06/2018
Parked by 20ícontainer in South Glen Dale. Along coast & up to Roineabhal, to Cruachan, Marabhal and to Easabhal. Good wx, strong Síly breeze. With PM.CJM19/05/2018
4th and last from 781147 parking. Roineabhal, Cruachan, Marabhal and Easabhal. Descended east to road and then car with CM. Clear and sunny. 7.5 miles and 4 hour 15 minutes.bolton19/05/2018
Gavin Theobald29/04/2018
Roadside parking at NF 7915 1492. Followed coast path, accessible through a garden! to Roneval first. Onto Hairtebreac, Cruachan, Marabhal and Easabhal for a pleasant 8 miles. With Carole Engel.jonglew18/08/2017
carole engel18/08/2017
From the coast road at East Kilbride. Pleasant ascent, following a little stair case of ridge lines. Couldn't resist a circuit of the nine cairns on the summit plateau, at least three of which were old, substantial and mossy.Nick Down119/07/2017
Tom Mundell08/07/2016
Trekking toes08/07/2016
With Jenx via the shortest easiest way from church car park to West. Cropped pastures and fell for half distance then easy lines through heather to summit rocks. Visited the various cairned tops but RHB point appears highest.nordicstar28/04/2016
Easy Easaval.jenx28/04/2016
From car park of hideous church. Straight up using grassy strip between heather. Walked over numerous potential HPs and made the most of the beautiful views. Up and down in 1hour 15 minutes.Campbell Singer06/04/2016
Parked on the side road at 756 164 and walked down the track on the other side of the B888 and up to the top avoiding the boggiest ground. Splendid views in the sunshine.martin_hall15/10/2015
With Mora from minor road to south parking at nf785143BLACKHILL17/05/2015
Dropped off near mast to south east. Ascended via easy scrambling on rough slabs including a cave which you can climb out of the back of. Descended towards the horrendous looking church to the north west where picked up.raffemeister12/04/2015
Parked in the church car-park on B888, took a direct line over very wet ground.tim74710/05/2014
My last full day after nearly three weeks spent over on the Western Isles. I made the effort to have a good long final walk today, out here and back from Daliburgh visiting a total of seven TuMPs along the way.Alex C01/10/2013
with iaintallblond15/07/2012
hill walker07/06/2011
Alan Whatley23/04/2011
Martin R18/04/2011
Ultima Thule20/02/2011