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Name:Dun Uabairtich
Hill number:11269
Height:88m / 289ft
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 (0-99m)
Grid ref:NM 83450 28118
Summit feature:knoll
Col:57m  NM837281  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 49
(1:25k) 359 376
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 26 users)ByDate of Ascent
Up track from Ferry. Nice little top.PeterD23/05/2019
From the ferry. Razor sharp visibility showed off the view at its best.hillsman04/05/2019
After Druim Mòr. Track northwards from about 836278 for 300 metres or so, then through gate on left and across rough pasture to join summit footpath coming up from track above Kerrera Ferry. Milder than earlier; overcast, but dry; no wind. Views up and down Sound of Kerrera, but sunset approaching. Down by footpath and track to ferry slip, then Gallanach Road into Oban.mainnirnamfiadh02/01/2019
Debs and Tali. From the Kerrera ferry, passing time before heading to Barra due to weather delayed ferry.Mountain Goat20/09/2018
Went up in evening from campsite on day before Mull trek with MGSJK09/07/2018
Back from Kerrera and first of two extra evening TuMPs.. With Darren Giddinsvegibagger11/05/2018
7th and penultimate tump of the day with Charles Everett, having climbed Druim Mor, then taken the Ferry to Kerrera where we did a circuit to complete all the tops. We parked up next to a convenient track, heading NW at NM83711 28145, then followed the ridge to the summit. Really attractive top with good views, marked the summit as NM 83450 28112. descended more steeply then over a fence to the track, continuing up the road for the last tump, Bar Cruinn.Dazingdale11/05/2018
Obvious grassy summit in strong gusty wind under overcast skies, with island views. Access from ferry terminal up cut track which goes NE from road.Denise 18/04/2018
Nipped up while waiting for ferrytrimarc215/10/2017
Parking by comms compound. Walked back down the road to field gate just before access track to Mount Stewart. Lot of bracken.jonglew13/08/2017
walk from Oban CraigW03/07/2017
after Barr Cuilage, up track to bealach and followed ridge line. Good. On to Druim MorThearlaichdubh15/03/2017
barr cruinn, dun uabairtich and druim mor from parking at the mast before ferry to kerrera.robertphillips13/12/2015
An appendix to a day on Kerrera. Up the track behind the ferry to about 10 or 20 metres before the first gate, then right on a distinct footpath to the summit. Return the same way to the gate, then the track to Oban as signposted by the Scottish Rights of Way Society.mainnirnamfiadh23/06/2015
Parked by mast, Druim Mor first, then this, lovely little outing. Quick bag before Staffa / Lunga trip.RHW11/05/2014
Rained off Marilyns inland, from Kerrera ferry walked up old road track and picked up two tops. Walked on to aerial mast on fine tops and turned back to start.nordicstar03/01/2014
Lindsay M28/12/2017
Colin Crawford05/06/2015