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Name:The Point
Hill number:8244
Height:51m / 167ft
Parent (Ma):none
RHB Section:03B: Loch Linnhe to Loch Etive
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Maritime area:Lynn of Lorn & Loch Linnhe
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:NM893462 (est)
Col:17m  NM884451  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 49
(1:25k) 376

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 24 users)ByDate of Ascent
First of circuit of N Lismore TuMPs. 5 minutes from ferry jetty. Climbed it again while waiting for return ferry.Thearlaichdubh20/03/2020
Up from road near ferry terminal. Pasture on limestone, good views.fasgadh28/09/2019
From the passenger ferry terminal, very quick nip up and down. OS flush bracket and 2 x OSBM bolts nearby.jonglew30/10/2018
On the way back to the ferry. A grassy track from the B road to the SW then descent to lamppost on pier.NormanW25/07/2018
Debs and Takisker. Walked up the road from the heritage centre on an anticlockwise circuit of the northern hills.Mountain Goat22/06/2018
Short walk from Appin passenger ferry terminal. Gloomy skies, not quite raining! Small limestone cairn amongst limestone ribs in tussocky sheep pasture. Access from road to S of carpark.Denise 23/04/2018
Last of the Tumps on Isle after the Hump and SIB. Parked at Jetty and wandered around the headland gaining height to find the top. Great viewpoint on a blustery eveningnordicstar16/04/2018
My last top on Lismore, done between ferries.Colin Crawford18/09/2017
Ferry from Port Appin to island. Path straight up from behind ferry slip. Right at fence, along and round corner, for easiest point to duck under, then up to summit. Hazy morning sunshine. Descent SW across pasture and past ancient enclosure to Park farm, then track into Port Ramsay, making for Glas Dhruim.mainnirnamfiadh22/04/2016
A Peckish10/04/2019
Rod M28/02/2016
Lindsay M28/02/2016
Janet M28/02/2016