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Name:Cruach an Uillt Fearna
Hill number:4869
Height:339m / 1112ft
Parent (Ma):1456  Beinn Bhreac
RHB Section:20A: Jura, Scarba and Colonsay
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Maritime area:Islay, Jura & surrounding islands
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NR 62085 90844
Summit feature:rock 2m NNW of cairn
Col:228m  NR616908  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 61
(1:25k) 355N
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 19 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Ardlussa and combined with Cruach IonnastailChris Peart29/03/2018
From Ardlussa, using wet quad tracks then a flog over the moor. Pleasant summit once thereColin Crawford29/03/2018
My final Tump to complete JURA (at time of writing) having climbed Cnoc Ruairidh first. I was on a deadline as i had a boat trip planned to Brosdale Island so kept the pace going, using track before climbing steeply up heather/bilberry bank then tussocks before reaching another steep bank to reach summit with cairn & rock, with swirling mist all around! My Gps reading for summit was 342m @ NR62079 90848. Descent similar to outward route. Found set of Antlers on the way down but just took a pic and also took a pic of a beautiful metallic green/gold beetle about 100m away from the car. I drove back to Craighouse and had time to go to the Antlers Tea room as before i didnt have time. Not the friendliest place, ne'er mind!Dazingdale09/06/2017
With Jenx. On the round of Beinn Breac and Dubh Bheinn from Ardlussa. ATV tracks and staying high the secret.nordicstar31/05/2016
Made a nice way up onto Beinn Bhreac.jenx31/05/2016
With Mora, from Ardlussa.BLACKHILL07/04/2014
After Ben Garrisdale. Lovely hillThearlaichdubh26/05/2013
good little hill, bit hard going on the top, path on the north side is very overgrown.tallblond14/06/2012
A Hump to be gathered after Beinn Bhreac, if you are that way inclined. My two companions were obviously so, hence I dutifully followed, as ever.Martin R11/06/2012
On the way back from Beinn Bhreac dragging Martin along just in time for the hour drive to get the last ferry back to Islay. Nice peak and worth the effort with Jim Bloomer & Martin Richardson.Dugswell211/06/2012
decent rocky summit, decent view, overshadowed by higher better hills to W. From Ardlussa, via 2 trigs, rejoined car at roadhead NR670930 RHW27/04/2007
Gavin Theobald03/05/2017
Campbell Singer19/05/2014
Alan Whatley25/03/2013