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Hill number:11596
Height:381m / 1250ft
Parent (Ma):1494  Creagan a' Chaise
RHB Section:08B: Cairngorms
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:NJ 02218 22399
Summit feature:boulder
Col:326m  NJ026219  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 36
(1:25k) OL57N OL60 OL61S 403N 418 419S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 17 users)ByDate of Ascent
Ascended by forest tracks from the north. A wide ride crosses close to the summit, but in summer conditions it is easier to walk in the forest.JohnW10/07/2019
Parked near Auchernack and took track S through Craigmore Wood.187lenny09/06/2019
From Carn na Loinne. Along the ride from the SE. Back down via Croftmaquiem to Lynstock Park. With Marli.bolton12/02/2019
From NNW. Nice open woodland. Visited summit boulder, and mossy cairn on adjacent mound.RobertP30/10/2018
Followed forest tracks. Moss and lichen covered cairn at high point.cjo05/10/2018
Gorgeous west east walk over these three on a row tumps middle one of which is a trigged HuMP. Breezy.but chose not to be up at 700m, wisely.vegibagger23/10/2015
Track from B970 just N of Balliefurth Farm. Track to E of top of Craigmore then up firebreak. Followed tracks to firebreak going NE towards top of Carn na Loinne.chrisbien08/06/2013
Lindsay M04/01/2019
Dave McG05/07/2018
hill walker18/09/2017
Rowan Piper06/10/2016
Martin R21/03/2016