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Hill number:1636
Height:430m / 1411ft
RHB Section:25: St Kilda
County/UA:Na h-Eileanan Siar [Western Isles] (UA)
Maritime area:Atlantic Outliers - St Kilda & Rockall
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), SIB, Yeaman
Grid ref:NA 09988 00227
Summit feature:no feature 1m W of cairn
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 18
(1:25k) 460W
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 141 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
RHSoc trip with Sea Harris. From Mullach Mor. Descended to the boggy col, in 10m visibility, followed by a stiff pull to the summit. No views today. To descend, returned to Mullach Mor and took the military road back down to the village.Man of Kernow122/09/2019
Once the rain had stopped, up the road to the masts and across to summit seconds before the mist rolled in so very lucky to get the view over to Boreray and the stacks.NB there is no discernable path from road end to summit despite what I read somewhere and today was pretty boggy. Straight down easy ground back to village.AndrewFinnimore22/09/2019
Day visit to St Kilda with Sea Harris- highly recommended. With 5h on the island, I did the circuit of Oiseval,this and Mullach Mor which left plenty of time to explore the village and see the St Kilda Wren. Steep, easy grass slopes with trodden tracks (sheep and humans). From The Gap, it was best to keep near as I dared to the precipitous cliffs- a more direct route would have been steeper, and involved walking nearer the bonxies. Clear- sunny at first, clouding over with a base well above the summits later.pwheeler12/05/2019
After Oisebhal on day trip from Leverburgh.NormanW27/05/2018
Success at last! With Charles and Richard but unfortunately no space on the boat for a repeat visit by Tony.Lorna S25/09/2017
After Oisebhal as the sun finally went down on a lovely day, with Robert Phillips and Mr and Mrs MundellThearlaichdubh17/09/2017
Late start 7 pm finished 11.30 pm accompanied with tom mundell, sandra mundell and charley scott for the first three, ACW round of oisebhal, conachair, mullach mor, cligeann mor, mullach bi, mullach bi north top,robertphillips17/09/2017
An evening stroll up the track to see the sunset, after spending the afternoon on Soay.Gill17/09/2017
Quick nip up after setting up camp; on to Mullach Mor and down via steep grassy slopes 20 mins after sun down.jonglew17/09/2017
Lots of fun. Some great people on this tripGayFinder17/09/2017
From camp site, with Liz and Peter Hastie and others. Climbed to gap on N cliffs then to summit. Down by nearest route to road as dusk fell. Weather lovely.dbb17/09/2017
walk over from Mullach Mor.arranc20/05/2017
Repeat ascent, this time including clockwise round of Hirta's humps, from Village Bay. This time the summit was just above the cloud base but the sun made intermittent appearances through the mist.Topographer5716/09/2015
Sailed out of Leverburgh on Enchanted Isle for three day Kilda trip. Weather too rough to land Boreray so into Village Bay to pitch tents then wander around island. With Jenx, Martin and Pete M. >Oiseval >Conachair >Mullach Mor >Clageann Mor >Mullach Bi >Mullach Bi North Top and back to village, great circuit, clear views to Soay and Boreray.nordicstar16/09/2015
Anticlockwise circuit, misty from @ 330m, below dry and sunny. Clear in 1979 on a previous visit.iangalbraith16/09/2015
with Glen Breaden, Peter Willimottdavidsbatty22/06/2015
Otis and DagnisGlenford17/09/2014
Bagged on a circuit of six Hirta TUMPs on a sunny afternoon.Dugswell217/09/2014
Came around from Mullach Bi via Mullach Mor. It's interesting that the trig is 200m down the S ridge and some 54m lower than the summit.Chris Peart17/09/2014
Bagged on a circuit of Hirta on a sunny afternoon. With Tim 747 and others.Shutterlag17/09/2014
Garry and I set foot on Hirta from Uig, Skye on a stunning clear day and headed straight to Conachair .Awesome trip ..a storm prevented our departure on the 3rd ..a day of persistent rain & poor visability. We were then fortunate to stay on at the camp site and explore the Island..from 1st - 6th Aug .. Unforgettable!!!Grey Hare01/08/2014
fabulous circuit wander in calm almost windless day over Hirta with Martin Richardson, on my first visit to St Kilda. Along village street, up the winding road to the west over Claigeann Mor to Mullach Bi and NW out to An Campar then east down across the valley and up to Mullach Mor across to Conachair down south to the trig and round by cliffs out to Oisebhal and back to the village. Gloriousvegibagger24/11/2013
Start of 3 day visit to this region courtesy of Seaharris (arranged by Alan Holmes). A fine afternoon of walking the ridges.Smudge26/09/2013
Lady Luck was certainly on my side for this island visit. Not only did I get out there on my first attempt, but also had mirror flat seas and wall to wall blue skies into the bargain.Alex C25/05/2012
From village (12:30) through lovely valley with arctic skuas to gap - huge cliffs - and then steeply NW to top. Buzzed by great skuas (up to 5 at a time) especially on descent. Golden plovers on road near mastdbb29/06/2011
Transport by Kilda Cruises. Spectacular topography. World Heritage village desecrated by modern military eyesores. Ascent via NE ridge, aggressive dive bombing skuas. Continued over Mullach Mor.Topographer5731/05/2010
With the Marhofn group organised by Brent. Brilliant weather. Up from the village before breakfast and met Ken W. Easy tarmac most of the way.Eddie14/09/2009
Solo Uisdean2512/08/2008
Day trip from Leverburgh. Attacked by Bonxies!bolton26/05/2008
Got to the summit in clag and was attacked by a bonxie - great fun.assynt_bob12/09/2006
Date is first visit. Notes from later...fine summit & view. (1) circuit from Village Bay with Oiseval; (2) after Dun; as far as Mullach Bi RHW06/05/2003
With MarionOik06/05/1995
DUSAC trip on JDLTamCollie11/08/1986
Sailed out, walked up.Townshend01/07/1983
School trip to St Kilda.dave neilson00/00/1967
Spectacular cliffs. Climbed again in the mist on 22/09/2019 with Relative Hills of Britain folksignyred18/08/1966
sarah mundell22/09/2019
Dave McG22/09/2019
andrew brown22/09/2019
Emma and Simon01/09/2019
Simon Winton06/05/2019