|Height:||70m / 230ft|
|RHB Section:||03B: Loch Linnhe to Loch Etive|
|County/UA:||Argyll and Bute (UA)|
|Maritime area:||Lynn of Lorn & Loch Linnhe|
|Grid ref:||NM870456 (est)|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 49|
N.B. Some hill summits are on private property or on land where there is no public right of way. Permission should be sought from the landowner where access to a hill summit is through private land(*).
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 14 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Bike from the ferry to Port Ramsay. Left bike on path to the south and walked limestone hills to the final ascent, The hill is ringed with crags but there is a good path up through the dense hazel from the col.
Summit a stegosaurus back of limestone. Fine views in a very scenic corner of Lismore||fasgadh||28/09/2019|
|From Port Ramsay, 6k approx circular walk taking in last 3 island tumps. This the first.||jonglew||30/10/2018|
|Debs and Talkisker. From the col (NM 871 456) having followed the coastal path. Track up through the woods.||Mountain Goat||22/06/2018|
|On a coastal walk from Point Appin, approached from the N up ridge, avoiding brambles. HP clints and grykes. Nice views of white quarry cottages of Port Ramsay.||Denise||23/04/2018|
|From the bay to South West after the other two Tumps, that was OK, finding way back down to the coast was a bit wild. Hacking through vegetation and clambering over fences. As awful as Tump bagging gets!||nordicstar||16/04/2018|
|After The Point. Road from Port Ramsay to Fennacrochan. At end of road on to sward by beach for short distance, then through fence to left by gate of wooden palings on to rough track above shore to just before ruins, then up grass slope with primroses and buttercups. Short scramble at the top leading to summit plateau. Sunny, with views up and down Loch Linnhe from Mull (dull) to Ben Nevis (shining with snow). Down SE through trees to bealach, then over intervening 56m lump (with hindsight an easier route of ascent) to pastures east of Loch Oscair, making for Sròn Port na Moralachd.||mainnirnamfiadh||22/04/2016|