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Name:Cnoc Dhomhnuill
Hill number:6951
Height:94m / 308ft
Parent (Ma):none
RHB Section:19A: Oban to Loch Fyne
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Maritime area:Scarba, Slate Islands & Firth of Lorn
Class:Tump (0-99m), SIB, Subhump
Grid ref:NM 74367 13130
Summit feature:no feature
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 55
(1:25k) 359
Observations:ground 40m W and within 1m of trig point at NM 74329 13131 is 25cm lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 45 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Cullipool, up past the former church. At around the 40m/50m mark there is a path to the summit, unclear lower down but more prominent higher up. Vanessa trig with toposcope.callumblack09/08/2018
With Norman - quick visit (1hr or so on island). Really good views.ger24/07/2018
Over on the ferry with Reg and enough time to bag the top and trig in the hour before the return ferry.NormanW24/07/2018
FP starts by the church at NM 740 131 with parking nearby - not obvious from the map. Up quarry edge at NM 741 130 on deer trods to FB at NM 742 130carole engel18/05/2018
Dropped off at S end of Luing by Farsain Cruises. With Darren Giddings, Adrian Rayner and Charles Everett. Walked the length of the island picking up all the tumps. This was the final hill on Luing, done after the tidal island Torsa.jonglew17/05/2018
Fabulous sunny day walk up island of Luing with Jon Glew, Darren Giddins, & Adrian Rayner. Five TuMPs plus tidal island Eilean Torsa.. Sixth tumpvegibagger17/05/2018
6th tump of 10 today and my Luing completion tump, on a South to North traverse of Luing with Charles Everett, Jon Glew and Adrian Rayner. Dinghy drop-off via Farsain Cruises and thanks to Mervyn who had booked the boat for the day. We visited Aird Luing, Leccamore, Binnein Furachail and Dubh Leathad before heading over to Torsa and back again via Torsa Beag, crossing 1.5m depth of incoming tide. Adrian and I took a slightly different route before dropping back onto track and then road following it North before veering off Nw for the summit. I recorded 99m @ NM 74366 13131 and the same at the high point near the trig pillar @ NM 74329 13131. Descent NE onto grassy track leading to the road and then followed this to the ferry terminal to cross over free of charge to CUAN. Here we parted ways and I continued to Balvicar Hill whereas the other compatriots headed to Ellenabeich...Dazingdale17/05/2018
From Cullipool we followed a quarryman's trackN along the coast, spotting a narrow grassy path zigzagging up the cliff. We followed this around the top of the quarry and on , circuitously, avoiding bog, on a good grass path to the summit and trig. We decided a ridgelet c 20 m inland was slightly higher. Superb views west in evening sunlight.returned via the village.Denise 19/04/2018
Over on ferry. Bryher, Jen and me. 25 Minute walk to top and then back in same. Track a bit boggy in places and indistinct. Nice painted Vanessa trig on top. Bottom trig hill later in daynordicstar15/04/2018
Debs and TaliskerMountain Goat06/05/2017
From Cullipool, followed track along the ridge line which eventually zagged back to fine summit. Down more directly which made the way up make more senseThearlaichdubh13/03/2017
North along the shore from Cullipool to Port Mary and then back south to the trig and straight down to Cullipool.ARM21/11/2015
Ellenabeich to North Cuan + loop to Luing summit.Smudge09/05/2014
From ferry, down road, track left to gate with a GOML sign. Followed ridge to trig point summit with great all round views. On return journey deliberately defied the sign and kept off any tracks almost all the way to the ferry.Martin R27/04/2012
Date is guess. Staying on Luing with Pete Lamont who lived in this amazing place and had been our kyacker on the Western Isles Challenge a few years before. He took us up this hill to show us the incredible view,Chris Pearson01/08/2003
With Dave/Claire/boys and Suzie from Seil cottageN.Morters02/06/2002
Alan Whatley09/05/2018
David Purchase11/06/2015
Lindsay M23/11/2014
Janet M23/11/2014
Alex C22/03/2012
Colin Crawford05/08/2005