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Name:Inchtavannach South
Hill number:8181
Height:55m / 180ft
Parent (Ma):none
RHB Section:01E: Loch Long to Loch Lomond
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Maritime area:Freshwater
Catchment:Leven (Dumbarton)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:NS 36480 91064
Summit feature:no feature
Col:13m  NS366913  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL38 347
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 14 users)ByDate of Ascent
Easy paddle over from Aldochlay, handy free parking and launching spot. Then a simple woodland stroll up to the high point, overgrown rhodie stumpColin Crawford24/07/2018
My last tump of the day on a tough 8 hours Kayak hire from Luss, climbing to Inchlonaig's two tops first then heading over to Inchfad to only cap-size in between, after 1 1/2 hrs in the water I reached land on Inchruin, walked around trying to shake off early Hypothermia signs then continued to explore Inchmoan, Inchconnachan and on this island, Tom Nan Clag. Tricky descent through cut Rhododendron debris then beside boundary fence for only field where cattle reside then up through the trees. Top fairly vague but I recorded two high points at 58m, one at NS 36486 91061 & the other at NS 36477 91055. I took track but veered off thinking i could make a short-cut however I got bogged down in a swampy area so had to backtrack. Eventually I reached the Kayak and had no problems paddling back to Luss in smooth conditions.Dazingdale04/10/2017
Self-drive boat from Rowardennan, with Rob Woodall et al. Landed on NE side for main summit first then on to this secondary top. Small mound with rhododendron stump at HP. Left the island from a small bay halfway down the E side; on to Inchmoan, Bucinch, Inchcruin and Inchfad before hitting our next tump island, Inchcailloch.jonglew03/06/2017
Landed on beach to NE, mostly open woodland to N summit. Rougher descent to saddle, nice woodland ascent to S top 8181, rhododendron stump at hp. Descended E to small jetty. Island #3 of 12 from Rowardennan.RHW03/06/2017
Paddle from Cashel camp-site.chalky195324/03/2017
After Tom nan Clag. Less steep, pleasant walking.Lindsay M08/02/2015
Various visits over the years.ARM01/01/1996
Janet M08/02/2015