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Hill number:1113
Height:521m / 1709ft
RHB Section:16A: Cape Wrath Peninsula
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Durness, Catchment Boundaries
Watershed:Dover to Cape Wrath, Cardiff to Cape Wrath
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five, Yeaman
Grid ref:NC 30827 58777
Summit feature:flat rocks 20m SSE of cairn
Col:159m  NC302559  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 9
(1:25k) 446
Observations:rocks are 30cm higher than cairn at NC 30835 58797
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 109 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From road to SE with GN. Very straightforward. Great viewpointtrimarc206/05/2019
Round of Farrmheall and Ghlas-bheinn fron Carbreak. Warm and sunny, nice breeze but very hazy.Topographer5702/06/2018
1 of 5: From A838 CP at Gualin Bridge.ChrisR17/05/2018
Up/down from 311571. easy 2 hours. vg views.davidsbatty12/05/2018
The voie normale from the bridge (good car park) but, oh my goodness, what a lovely walk. Perfect snow conditions, not too much, not too little, all the bogs frozen and the summit rocks glued nicely together. A stiff breeze and spindrift to make you think it's a much bigger mountain, and superb views of my favourite mountain.Gill27/12/2017
Parked just over the bridge off the A 838, as others. Followed the boggy track north, leaving it east to gain drier ground on the south ridge. Continued north to the summit. Returned much the same way, but kept to the ridge till it reached the road 200m east of the car park. Solo.marktrengove26/10/2017
atv track starts up from bridge at 309570, plenty parking available there, easy rocky ridge further up superb views.hils07/05/2017
Very quick up from good parking at the bridge.jenx17/06/2016
Good parking down at the bridge @170m. Direct using ATV track up the hill. On to An Socach afterwards.nordicstar17/06/2016
From Carbreck on A838.Alan Moore12/05/2016
Solo trip. Lower slopes saturated - climbed in wellies.Invicta1406/04/2016
Quick up and down from A838AndrewFinnimore25/08/2014
As chrisbien - the cones are still in situ.Chris Peart19/11/2013
Solo. From parking area a little NE of Gulalin House. Climbed directly up hillside to summit. Came across a broad stony track coming up from left. Doesn't seem used although marked by small cairns and traffic cones! Got to summit cairn. However cairn does not look like highest point. Other contenders in a line, which I walked along, with a few much smaller cairns.pwbellarby01/08/2013
JEB, RIB Uisdean2530/07/2011
Parked just before bridge. Track of sorts most of the way up marked by traffic cones.chrisbien03/06/2010
day is approc, but first week of July in 2009hornet05/07/2009
fantastic views from Orkney out to the western isles !!hjaltland15/06/2009
Parked by a bridge on A 838. Gentle gradient over grass moor with peat, the stone runs and to top at 10.20. Intermittent vehicle track for some of the way. A 6' high substantial cairn as you would expect with all those stones lying about. Mrs B's 1,000th Marilyn in 1995. Watershed hill.arranc02/08/2008
On the final day of a week in Kylesku. With Shaky on a very wet & windy day. So much for flaming June. Up the S slopes of Farmheall from the bridge underneath the wind until near the top when the full force of the weather hit us. Then the 3km across to Ghlas-bheinn trying to stay upright. A rare occasion when a GPS was used to locate the summit. On a better day, we would have reversed the whole route, but given the weather we descended S to the road at Carbreck & then had an unpleasant 2.5km uphill slog along the road to the start. A daft day out!NotReallyABagger02/06/2006
Round of Beinn an Amair, when it was a twin, Ghlas-bheinn and Farrmheall from the main road.Eddie22/05/2004
fine bare stony summit (in cloud). 10 Hills of Wrath anticlock from A838 NE of Gualin Ho RHW20/10/2001
From A838 at nc 310570, a round of 5 marilynsBLACKHILL12/06/2001
Erik B09/06/2019
Dave McG09/06/2019
Tom Mundell25/08/2018
Trekking toes25/08/2018
Sick Kid21/07/2017
Nick Down105/06/2016
Johnny Corbett01/08/2015
Colin Crawford19/11/2013
Tony S23/05/2013
Lorna S23/05/2013
Lionel Bidwell13/05/2013