|Name:||The Steeple East Top|
|Height:||382m / 1253ft|
|Parent (Ma):||1423 Cnoc Coinnich|
|RHB Section:||19C: Loch Fyne to Bute and the Firth of Clyde|
|County/UA:||Argyll and Bute (UA)|
|Catchment:||Long & Goil|
|Grid ref:||NN210009 (est)|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 56|
(1:25k) OL37N 363N
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 18 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Easy ascent from Lochgoilhead - follow Cowal Way rather than the Dukes path and then double back on clear but not signposted path. Good of them to put two tumps so close together...||campagvelocet||29/11/2019|
|Easy if blustery stroll up from Lochgoilhead. Snow on ground||Colin Crawford||17/03/2019|
|6 top round from lochgoilhead, ACW tom molach, clach bheinn, the saddle, beinn reithe, the steeple east top, the steeple.||robertphillips||08/07/2018|
|On our way back to Lochgoilhead from Beinn Reithe, taking in Carn Glas (502m) and Tom nan Gamhna (389m). With ian Soulsby.||Dangerous Dave||01/10/2016|
|Cnoc Coinnich, Beinn Reithe, The Steeple E top and The Steeple from Lochgoilhead. Good paths and easy climb to Cnoc Coinnich. Seemed a long way to Beinn Reithe with its 2 tops (N one probably slightly higher than outcrop by trig). Took in the two tops of The Steeple on the way back. The Steeple is impressive rocky feature with excellent views down to Lochgoilhead and the mountains beyond.||RobertP||28/08/2016|
|Ascended on descent from Cnoc Coinnich. Also orienteered round here in June 1997 on a long distance event starting near Ardgarten and going found The Brack and over Ben Donnich.||JohnW||11/06/2008|
|With Cnoc Coinnich, part cloudy but good views, cold.||iangalbraith||19/02/2006|