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Name:North Barrule
Hill number:1946
Height:565m / 1854ft
Parent (Ma):1945  Snaefell
RHB Section:29: Isle of Man
County/UA:Isle of Man (CoU)
Island:Isle of Man
Class:Hump, Dewey, Submarilyn
Grid ref:SC 44279 90924
Summit feature:rock 3m WSW of trig point
Col:422m  SC406886  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 95
(1:25k) IoM OL
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 97 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Manx Mountain Marathondc9620/04/2019
Clagh Ouyr > Beinn Rein [Clagh Ouyr North Top] > North Barrule > Beinn Rein [Clagh Ouyr North Top] from GR: SC 40584 88524ronaldo33306/10/2018
Clagh Ouyr > Beinn Rein [Clagh Ouyr North Top] > North Barrule > Beinn Rein [Clagh Ouyr North Top] from GR: SC 40584 88524Hippster06/10/2018
1st of 11 tumps on this, my penultimate day on the Isle of Man on a 43km circular starting from Ballure, climbing up beside Elfin Glen then over the A18 to Parm Mooar, climbing steadily to the summit, getting increasingly steeper the nearer I got, eventually arriving hufffing and panting in the mist at the top with its Trig pillar and outcrop. I recorded 565m @ SC 44281 90928, moments later a runner in shorts with his dog scramble up to the top from the other side. I continued on the ridge SW in misty conditions towards Beinn Rein...Dazingdale21/07/2018
Mountain Box car park at 410897 - Up Clagh Ouyr & Beinn Reinn, & then continued NE on good path along ridge to trig point & summit. Returned over Beinn Rein & then made way down to Mountain Box & car. (PM)gerrybowes07/02/2018
Last of 3 on this ridge in great conditions. Snow underfoot, no wind. Good views of the Lakes, The Mournes and Galloway. Back to the car at 410898. Just over 2.5 hours and 5.1 miles with GB.bolton07/02/2018
7/7. From a handy parking spot near MS on A18, just SW of Guthrie's Memorial. Easy to cross fence directly opposite, then pathless terrain to summit ridge.PGCE28/09/2017
Best of the Manx hills for its fine, grassy ridge walk- starting at the Black Hut, going over several tops. Others on the ridge continued down to The Hibernian; I'd have done this as a walk from there to Laxey but decided on a more bagging route as I was still recovering from a cold and wanted to be sure. Mainland views improved throughout a fine, sunny day and it was nice to traverse the ridge in both directionspwheeler17/06/2017
5/10 (Carn Gerjoil/Snaefell/Clagh Ouyr/Beinn Rein (Clagh Ouyr North Top)/North Barrule/Slieau Managh/Slieau Lhean/Slieau Ouyr/Caraghan/Colden)Fergalh22/04/2017
North Barrule, Beinn Rein Clagh Ouyr and Snaefell. Cold, clear, windy Easter Saturday with hail and sunshine.Lazylizzie15/04/2017
Up from Ramsey. Took path round Eastern edge of Ballure Plantation and then up slopes of North Barrule, fences are not well maintained so no problems despite no path. Took ridge to Clagh Ouyr, wind was fearsome. Down to Black Hut on A18 to Black Hut. Up slopes to Snaefell. Windy and cloudy on top so took railway track down to bungalow (trains don't run in winter). Down to old mine (boggy and no path) and then followed track to Laxey.tsharp01/01/2016
Started walk on B10 at SC 36588 86296. Walked along Millennium track to a wall across the track. Turned R and followed path to summit of Carraghan. Back down to Millennium track and back towards road. Branched off R on a path to top of Beinn-y Phott. Down on path to B10 at SC 38924 85888. Turned L on A18 to Bungalow. Turned L and up to top of Snaefell, good path. Down to A18 at Black Hut. Vague path. Crossed road and up on path to Clagh Ouyr. Along ridge on path and a section of duck boarding to Beinn Rein and then North Barrule. Continued on path downwards. Eventually lost it and came out at corner of a minor road and track to Park Lewellyn. Cloud down all way until coming down Beinn-y-Phott, Snaefell in cloud but dropped out coming down to Black Hut. High winds most of the day. Good walk.MikeM11/09/2015
From Black Hut.Campbell Singer04/08/2015
From Black Hut, out and back over Clagh Ouyr, Beinn Rein and North Barrule.rhalstead03/05/2015
Manx Mountain MarathonJoolz50001/01/2015
On my own thick cloud from Hibernianalwaysinshorts27/07/2014
Almost certainly done in the 1960sAlan Moore24/10/2013
Mad March 13. Mountain roads covered in drifted snow. Walked in from Ramsey heading for Snaefell. Up snow bound Elfin Glen, cut into fields to main road. To milestone then onto fell. Footsteps gave relief, blue sky and cold Easterly wind. After an hour from Elfin gained ridge and trig. Cold but magic views. Along ridge towards objective.nordicstar29/03/2013
A long walk from digs in Soulby via Mountain Box. Lots of false summits and only used 2m due to adverse wx conditions. Tore my trousers on way down to Ramsey. Then took bus back to Soulby with Geoff M6PYG.G4OOE23/10/2012
From Bungalow and then onto Ramsey. Fine wide grassy ridge. Fine hill.destaylor22/08/2012
Ramsey to Hospital with Maddyrobertgn15/07/2012
A fine ridge walk from the Black Hut over some Deweys and then attempted a beeline back. Seems to be a keen interest in motorbikes around these parts.Martin R05/09/2011
Last hill on a round of Slieau Lhean, Snaefell and Clagh Ouyr.marktrengove01/05/2011
climbed Snaefell over ridge from Dhoon Glen then back to Ramsey via N Barrule and Elfin Glen. Lovely ridge walk to NB in the sun, marred only by very strong winds. With MTniallp01/05/2011
sunny but very coldsoftsquare16/05/2010
Revisit. Fine summit and view. From N: uppermost of the 2 laybys is best.RHW15/05/2010
8th of 10 summits visited on a scorching day and i thought one of the most elegant with its white trig and shapely summit. Visited the geocache near the B-17 crash site (white flagpole) afterwards.signyred30/06/2009
During IoM Walking festival with group. SMR to Snaefell then walked to Black Hut then over ridge to North Barrule down to The Hibernian and bus to Douglas.G4OBK (Phil)19/05/2009
Day trip on public transport from Heyshamjimbloomer28/04/2008
nice ridge walk - looks like a good peak from most of the islandgigglejon24/10/2007
Nice ridge walk, Park at Mountain Box, cross road and climb Mullagh Ouyr (1611ft)then follow undulating ridge to North Barrule. Good views over north of the IslandBrian12/04/2007
Snaefell to Laxey via North Barrule, Snaefell disused mines & AgneashMac.Hawk17/05/2005
SB stayed in car while I climbed the hill from the NW.Dugswell215/05/2002
fine steep imposing summit, fine views. Bob Baxter Traverse: Laxey to Cronk ny Arrey Laa RHW02/03/2002
A 2 day run with Rob Small across the island, Karrimor style, camping wild half way, from Port Erin to Ramsey.Taking in all 5 Marilyns and additional 5 Deweys. A great adventure. All packed into a weekend -ferry from Heysham and buses.Chris Pearson20/08/2000
Bob Baxter RoundJK08/07/2000
Challenging scramble up over moor from TT course with Arran for 750' onto a path along the broad ridge. Blustery south wind. Newly whitewashed trig 11211. No view - mist. 6 out of 6! See Ordnance Survey 1992 p178.arranc04/07/1999
Exact date unknown - did all of the summits as PSI with TA whilst on exercisejester6901/05/1997
Alan Whatley01/09/2014
Andy West23/07/2013