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Name:Cnoc Coir a'Phuill
Hill number:1161
Height:404.3m / 1326ft
Parent (Ma):1160  Creag Thoraraidh
Alternative top: (Creag Thoraraidh)
Section:16C: Tongue to Wick and Helmsdale
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Helmsdale
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:ND 04626 20260
Summit feature:no feature: ground 30m WNW of wooden post
Drop:60m
Col:344m  ND040194  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 17
(1:25k) 444E
Observations:ground at wooden post is 40cm lower
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
Comments:De-twinned from hill 1160 (Creag Thoraraidh, ND040187) in June 2014
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GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 34 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Sutherland/Caithness boundary stone car park on A9. Did this the day before it was deleted as a twin top. Through walk to Braigh na h-Eaglaise.Minto06/06/2014
did both summitsThearlaichdubh16/06/2009
from Thoraraidh. Continued downhill avoiding swampy pools, now mainly dry, under a power line, over a fence and to top at 11.00. Sane hoight as first hill. Single post stuck upright on the dome top.arranc17/06/2008
Looks easy from Braigh na h-Eaglaise and it is. Things only get complicated on top of the next hill Creag Thoraraigh.Eddie07/07/2006
dullish damp moorland summit. RHW10/08/2002
Gavin Theobald24/03/2017
foggieclimber05/04/2015
Tony S27/11/2014
Jim.Fothergill12/06/2014
Tony J08/06/2014
jimbloomer07/06/2014
Tricky07/06/2014
alda03/06/2014
GaryJones01/04/2014
hill walker29/08/2013
m0untain_n0mad17/06/2013
Tony Rogers18/07/2012
Dee Rogers18/07/2012
Martin R25/05/2012
iaindbrown15/01/2012
Lindsay M11/09/2011
Janet M11/09/2011
mae19/08/2010
richtea504010/07/2010
ajwxyzt10/07/2010
thelonious20/05/2010
hjaltland10/06/2009
assynt_bob17/07/2007
GmacT17/07/2007
Colin Crawford24/05/2007
Chris Peart24/05/2007
Arctica07/11/2003
alda02/06/2002
john steel01/01/2002