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Name:Elrick More
Hill number:5685
Height:516m / 1693ft
Parent (Ma):9  Meall Dearg
RHB Section:01A: Loch Tay to Perth
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five
Grid ref:NN 96487 46533
Summit feature:boulder
Col:428m  NN 9539 4825  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 52 53
(1:25k) 379E
Observations:boulder is higher than base of cairn
Survey:Leica Disto D510
Comments:Col height measured as 428.0m by Trimble GeoXH 6000
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 16 users)ByDate of Ascent
6 tumps from parking in a layby at 9946246588 near woodinch, easly up through trees, creag an uamhaidh, elrick beg, elrick more,creag dhubh, creag an eunaich, creag bheag, down through trees and tracks back to cp just off A9 biked back along road to car.robertphillips16/11/2019
Followed snowy forest roads round from Creag an Uamhaidh in order to ascend. Much forestry work in the vicinity of the hill.JohnW11/04/2018
From Dalguise, left car at 990472 and directly up through the forest, steep but otherwise easy. From the high point of the track at 9863 4716, a mountain bike trail leads on upwards above the south bank of the burn, dodging the fallen trees, to a higher track at 983470 (305m). Continued on tracks to 967467 then cut across felled area and up onto the summit heath. Returned via a detour to Elrick Beag, starting at 970468.Topographer5703/12/2017
Started at Kinnaird making my way to Craig Lochie. At the bend in the road up through deep heather, over the deer fence, 100m of brash then made my way to the boulder summit (near the big cairn) without having to enter the forest.NormanW30/09/2017
#5 of 6 from Rumbling Br car pk. After Elrick Beg, followed old fenceline NW, across boggy col with tall mast, steeply up thru open forest, moderate windthrow. Summit boulder N of ancient cairn. Back same way to Beg, then back via UamhaidhRHW13/11/2016
Lots of fallen trees on direct route from Elrick Beg. Not very good to be honest. Descent north then east was better - steep at first then a bit of a path through felled area and back to track.alda09/02/2016
Martin R28/05/2017
Janet M01/02/2015
Lindsay M01/02/2015