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Name:Craig Tiribeg
Hill number:615
Height:486m / 1594ft
Parent (Ma):610  Carn Glas-choire
RHB Section:09A: Inverness to Strathspey
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Hump, Tump (400-499m), Submarilyn
Grid ref:NH 98552 35996
Summit feature:cairn on rock
Col:345m  NH965305  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 27
(1:25k) OL60 418
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 36 users)ByDate of Ascent
5of6: From Carn Ruigh Chorrach.ChrisR14/02/2019
Large cairn on rock outcrop in a less densely forested area of Scotch pines, accessed mainly on track from the loch shore.Denise 08/10/2018
Track from Lochindorb zigzags up W side of hill almost to summit.Easily throug heather, billberry and grass to summit topped by rewarding cairn on gneiss outcrop amonst open pine forest.RichardM08/10/2018
Up from parking opp castle. Either way when track forks works. W Jenx and Bryhernordicstar26/01/2018
Parked off the road opposite the old ruins of Lochindorb castle and headed up the track. At its end there was a faint path to the top of the tree line and then I just wandered through the trees on easy terrain to the summit. I didn't find the going at all rough and the views over Lochindorb were well worth the effort. With Ben.Peterb08/10/2017
So the occupants hole themselves up mid loch and the enemy put up a siege and starve them out?Martin R22/03/2016
parked at locked gate entrance to track, up track to near end, then through pine woodland to the top.robertphillips31/10/2015
parked opposite the castle and up the landrover track. Rough heather beyond but worth itThearlaichdubh06/05/2015
Used track from Lochindorb to its end, then short hop through very rough terrain, cairn well hidden in jungle. lovely views of the castle though.hils13/04/2015
Up track from Lochindorb then through sparse pines, over high points to SE then cairn. Roe deer panicking in woods.Eddie05/03/2015
Visited on the way to the TrigNozzer06/12/2013
Bagged on the way to the trig on a very cold bitter day.BigJ06/12/2013
Second Hump escaping from heavy rain in Fort William. Ignored the faint tracks on the 25K map. the track shown on the 50K map is probably best. Faint path of sorts leads up fence from the end: Ancient forest gave easy visibility and relatively easy going. Big cairn on Rock.GordonAdshead01/09/2012
P level with castle. Track almost to top but increasingly faint.chrisbien17/08/2011
Late afternoon ascent from Lochindorb.JohnW11/08/2007
fair hill;attractive fragment of forest at summit. RHW27/03/2003
Lindsay M01/12/2018
Dave McG21/01/2018
hill walker27/08/2017
Erik B21/01/2017
Rowan Piper06/03/2015
Alan Whatley17/07/2010
Colin Crawford26/08/2007
David Purchase01/08/2001