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Name:Cruim Leacainn
Hill number:344
Height:231.1m / 758ft
Parent (Ma):279  Aonach Beag
RHB Section:04A: Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Submarilyn
Grid ref:NN 16670 80738
Summit feature:knoll 300m NE of trig point
Col:81.7m  NN 20025 80849  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 34 41
(1:25k) 392 399
Observations:trig point is at NN 16462 80519 and about 2.5m lower
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
Comments:Reclassified as Submarilyn April 2014
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GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 96 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Visited trig and high point.jenx18/03/2016
Repeat part way up supporting Jenx, same access as last visitnordicstar18/03/2016
snowy ascentcjo16/01/2016
Parked at farm, with permission, up mast track to near top and cut up from final bend direct to trig. Walked across to main summit, down to forest ede and along to Tump to complete the hill, direct back to track near farm. 1hr outing.nordicstar15/02/2015
Quick and easy ascent from the farm using the track most of the way. Good views from the trig if you ignore the masts and then realised that NE a bit to bag the highest point.signyred21/02/2014
rain & winds, 3 in party, return walk from our holiday chalet. wet and muddy under foot along the old road, then open moor land to the first summit and onto the second summit top with signs of more transmitters being built.rum doodle 18/02/2014
Walked in from Highbridge along 'General Wade's Military Road' then straight up the access track. Beware of the very big bull!Columba19/08/2013
Solo Uisdean2521/06/2013
Dry, warm, sunny, cool wind, good views.iangalbraith26/05/2013
Quick ascent whilst passing, having recently found out that it was a Marilyn (since downgraded).JohnW24/04/2007
rogers racetom smith26/12/2006
Boxing Day race from Torlundy with Lochaber Athletic Club.AndrewFinnimore26/12/2006
with Jamievegibagger04/06/2006
with dadtrigpillocksson04/06/2006
Parked on the A82 in a lay-by just to the east of the entrance track to Achindaul. Took the track past Achindaul onto the access track for the masts. Good views back to Fort William. Again returned via the same route.garyhoney26/07/2004
In Wellies. Saltire, Union and Italian flags on gate posts made for a colourful welcome. Through courtyard of farm and on track to the mast complex on the top. Trig 9652 was 200 yards from the tump on the right as you approach given as the high point. Fort William, Lochs Linnhe and Lochy. Wet through on descent to car.arranc07/07/2002
poor route thru conifers, v pleasant trig, OK summit, fine view down L Linnhe. rd to W from 157811 RHW27/05/2001
With Dave Hewitt on Marhofn Meet.Eddie22/08/1999
carole engel18/05/2017
The Rodmiester21/02/2014
hill walker04/10/2013
Johnny Corbett11/04/2013
Tony Rogers27/08/2011
Martin R21/02/2011
Denise 09/01/2011
Tom Mundell07/08/2010