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Name:Cnoc na Culaige
Hill number:11045
Height:205m / 673ft
Parent (Ma):1403  Cruach Lerags
RHB Section:19A: Oban to Loch Fyne
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (North)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:NM 83448 26589
Summit feature:no feature: grass
Drop:40m
Col:165m  NM835265  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 49
(1:25k) 359
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 16 users)ByDate of Ascent
A nice wander up while staying at the nearby campsite.Walker Dan11/05/2019
SoloUisdean2506/05/2019
Bus to Glengallan Road. By McKelvie Road and Glenshellach Road to bend by Gallanach Beg. Track to east of farm and across flat ground, then more or less due south to ridge over rough pasture with some animal and ATV tracks, and south-westwards to summit. Light cloud, light wind, some hazy sun. No rain, but ground very wet. View out to Garvellachs and across to Mull. Back along ridge to Cnoc Loch Gleann a' Bhearraidh.mainnirnamfiadh19/01/2019
Third on my 'Not the royal wedding' walk.vegibagger19/05/2018
11th tump of 14 on a 23km route from the A816 near the Waterworks to Soroba, climbing Fair Coillich, Barr Leathan, Cnoc Fraoich, Cnoc Fraoich Sw top, Carn Breugach NE top, Carn Breaugach, Am Barr and its Western top, Cnoc na Faire, Cruach Lerags and Cnoc Cologin crossing Westwards over rough terrain to explore the SE knoll first but highest point recorded at NM 83446 26584, recording 210m. Descent Ene towards Cnoc Loch Gleann a' Bhearraidh...Dazingdale07/05/2018
obvious cairn in rough sheep pasture. last of day and a diffrent vista opened up- islands to the south.Denise 18/04/2018
I missed this one last time so had a short trip out before the Kerrera ferry. I was subsequently last in a queue of around fifty people, so left the island for another dayColin Crawford19/09/2017
After Cnoc Glas a Bhurtaich. Plod along ridge in drizzleThearlaichdubh15/03/2017
From Gallanach Beg, Tump 4 of 6. After Cologin, descent W thru dense spruce: NW to edge of loch would be easier. Nice ascent to Culaige and onward to Cnoc Loch Gleann a'Bhearraidh.RHW08/06/2015
RichardM18/04/2018
chalky195303/12/2017
chalky195325/11/2017
chalky195309/06/2015
Adrian03/05/2013
richtea504005/03/2013
ajwxyzt13/11/2011