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Name:Tom na Nigheanan North Top
Hill number:8178
Height:67m / 220ft
Parent (Ma):none
RHB Section:01C: Loch Lomond to Strathyre
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Maritime area:Freshwater
Catchment:Leven (Dumbarton)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:NS 41352 90533
Summit feature:no feature: ground in open woodland
Col:33m  NS412904  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL38 347
Observations:high point not well defined
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 25 users)ByDate of Ascent
From the Balmaha ferry - then on to the island's HP.summitsup14/05/2018
boat from balmaha with renee and jorie 1st hill in 7 weeks after a breaking a bone in my my shoulder.robertphillips05/05/2018
Lots of scrub, no viewhillsman30/04/2018
10 mins from the ferry terminal via the bealach. Lots of veg even in winter. Main top is nicer. Great islandThearlaichdubh05/04/2018
Free parking in Balmaha. £5 ferry ride (rtn) to the island, landing at North Pier. Good path up to col between summits, then a bit of a vegetation fight to the summit. But nothing too bad.Minto11/09/2017
Self-drive boat from Rowardennan, with Rob Woodall et al. Landed at SW jetty. Island HP first then onto here where bracken rules at this time of year. Picked up from NE pier and onto Clairinsh, Torrinch and Creinch before landing on Inch Murrin, our 12th and final island.jonglew03/06/2017
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
Mildly surprised at the lack of path to this one. Tolerable this early in the year thoughColin Crawford25/03/2016
£5 round trip from Balmaha. Off the hill track into 6ft high bracken. Should have took my machete! No view and ticks.Play2End25/07/2015
Pathless detour from main island trail. Steep and quite rough.Lindsay M08/03/2015
Umpteen visits.Great day out.ARM01/01/1996
School trip to Inchcailloch.agentmancuso01/06/1987
Swindon Bagger11/06/2019
Pete R12/08/2015
Janet M08/03/2015