|Height:||347m / 1138ft|
|Parent (Ma):||309 Stob Ban|
|RHB Section:||04A: Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven|
|Catchment:||Linnhe, Catchment Boundaries, Nevis|
|Grid ref:||NN 12727 70143|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 41|
|Observations:||highest part of fort wall probably covers natural summit|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 22 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Lovely sunny winters day for one of my most interesting ascents of the year. Parked in the restaurant 100 yds N of the YH and followed W Highland way up to the path heading off to the left. Interesting sign to the hill fort claiming A most desireable residence in Glen Nevis ! Much better path than I expected up to the top of the fort. However I did feel quite tired when I got back to the car after nearly 4 hours of crutch work.||GordonAdshead||31/12/2019|
|From Glen Nevis. I must have met 50 - 60 folk descending, all on the WHW||Colin Crawford||15/09/2017|
|Visitor Centre CP. Path/track then left at cow gate to top of Cow Hill. Back down to WHW and headed S then path up to An Dun.||chrisbien||21/05/2017|
|Part of 18.5 hour walk from Onich to Kinlochleven via Ben Nevis||ajwxyzt||21/05/2017|
|While doing a bit of geocaching||signyred||21/02/2013|
|Annual Vitrified Fort Race.||chalky1953||25/02/2007|
|The 1st hill I climbed in Scotland at age of 20.Done by chance on the way up to do a big long solo traverse of the Mamores. Left YHA at 7.25 for sweaty steep slog up firebreak in wood to fort on hillock, climbed into with difficulty fenced off area so as to keepto ridge and visit fort then had to climb back out with difficulty. Orchids everywhere! slogged on upwards to my 1st ever Munro - Mullach nan Coirean.||Chris Pearson||16/07/1983|