|Name:||Sidhean nan Ealachan|
|Height:||104m / 341ft|
|RHB Section:||16E: Scourie to Lairg|
|Island:||Oldany Island (t)|
|Maritime area:||Eddrachillis Bay|
|Class:||Hump, Tump (100-199m), SIB|
|Grid ref:||NC 08612 34832|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 15|
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 19 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Trip out from Kylesku with North Coast Sea Trips on the Intrpid. Landed in sheltered areaat NC 0979 3454. Nice grazed island. Did the tump first.||jonglew||24/05/2019|
|Waded through water at around 1h 20 mins before low tide. Low tide for today was -0.02m. Crossed at NC 09849 33581. Note that there is the equivalent of a river channel that is about 1.5m wide. Whilst I was crossing a fish farm boat sailed past me!!! Water was about 80cm deep when I crossed. Nipped up to summit over the Tump then came straight back to crossing area. Tide had drained and had a dry crossing about 20mins after low tide and could see the sea creeping back in. Nice views from top of island :-)||assynt_bob||22/03/2019|
|Boat trip from Lower Badcall for Ken Whyte's 2977th HuMP celebration, so he is now on -7 from the finish.||Dugswell2||11/06/2014|
|Fine top with great views. Much malt consumed as Ken W hits the Hump wall.||Martin R||11/06/2014|
|Boat trip from Lower Badcall. Here I reached the HuMP wall in very good company on a nice summit in pleasant weather - what more could I ask for !||chalky1953||11/06/2014|
|Cairn. Ken Whyte's Hump celebration.||Adrian||11/06/2014|
|interesting fairly complex island; fine summit. via inflatable from road-end to E, feasible on foot from 100335, at lowest tides or paddle||RHW||16/09/2003|