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Name:Tom na Nigheanan
Hill number:8173
Height:85m / 279ft
Parent (Ma):none
RHB Section:01C: Loch Lomond to Strathyre
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Maritime area:Freshwater
Catchment:Leven (Dumbarton)
Class:Tump (0-99m), SIB
Grid ref:NS 41094 90322
Summit feature:ground E of bench beyond old tree stump
Col:8m  Loch  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL38 347
Observations:higher than base of tree stump
Survey:Seco 2x Hand Level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 48 users)ByDate of Ascent
Bagged to warm myself up whilst stopping over from Luss boatrip, wished now I was more prepared and had bagged both hills and both geocaches!thejackrustles10/09/2019
From the Balmaha ferry.summitsup14/05/2018
good path all the way to the top.robertphillips05/05/2018
Glorious sunny day for a return visit to this lovely islandhillsman30/04/2018
After N Top and £5 ferry from Balmaha. Very snowy. Lovely island. 1 hour to do the 2 tops, 2 hrs to explore fully.Thearlaichdubh05/04/2018
Free parking at Balmaha. £5 ferry over to North Pier. After other Tump on good path. Island exploration well worth the ferry fair.Minto11/09/2017
climbed while waiting for boat back to Balmaha187lenny08/07/2017
From SW, Port Bawn jetty, tourist path to summit, ground S of bench beyond old tree stump, thunderstorm, down via N top #8167, in sunshine, down N to pick up path to NE jetty. Island #8 of 12 from Rowardennan. Then the 3 Siblets en route to Inchmurren.RHW03/06/2017
Second visit , self propelled this time.chalky195327/03/2017
Easy as they come. Lovely stroll through the woodsColin Crawford25/03/2016
Ferry from Balmaha boatyard, then a good path.Pete R12/08/2015
Just follow the summit path from the pier. Great views. There is a bench.Play2End25/07/2015
With Mrs G. Short ferry across from Balmaha to this lovely peaceful bluebell clad island. Clear paths lead to island summit. Pity we didn't know there was a north top to bag! ***Revisited 3 Jun 2017 on a self-drive boat trip from Rowadennan with Rob Woodall et al. Identified a slightly higher point 3-4m E of the tree stump.jonglew22/05/2015
Hired boat at Lomond Shores and landed at Port Bawn. Well maintained trail to summit where there is a wooden bench and newly fallen tree.Lindsay M08/03/2015
Date approx.From Balmaha.bjewing01/06/2007
Afternoon off from doing the West Highland Way.signyred17/05/2007
Bagged whilst having a beach bbqsummitter20/07/2005
Various visits on my boat.ARM01/01/1995
by kayak, date unknownTopographer5701/07/1992
School trip to Inchcailloch.agentmancuso01/06/1987
cub scout camp trip(nightmare) 2 nights of awfulness.GmacT01/06/1972
Alan Whatley07/07/2019
Swindon Bagger11/06/2019
Glasgow Girl11/06/2019
Fife Walking01/07/2018
Nick Down127/06/2015
Janet M08/03/2015