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Name:Cnoc Pairceanan
Hill number:12502
Height:102m / 335ft
Parent (Ma):1623  Beinn Sciathan [Ben Scrien]
RHB Section:24C: North Uist, South Uist and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Na h-Eileanan Siar [Western Isles] (UA)
Island:Eriskay
Maritime area:Eriskay & South Uist
Watershed:Long Island
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:NF 79545 10343
Summit feature:small grassy knoll on outcrop
Drop:42m
Col:60m  NF792105  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 31
(1:25k) 452N 453S
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 19 users)ByDate of Ascent
Solo. From Eriskay ferry terminal, having crossed as a foot passenger from Barra, walked up road to high point. More or less straight up to the trig point of Ben Scrien and the rocky rib that is the highest point. Down SE slopes a bit and then to Cnoc Pairceanan. Descended towards Loch Cracabhaig and found a gate in the fence. Descended to Pairceanan and continued to Ben Stack.pwbellarby03/06/2019
With Beinn Sciathan(qv log for route description)- gave a nice variant return with excellent views over the Minch as far as Mull. White horses only on this hill, but hoofprints all the way from Beinn Sciathan.pwheeler22/05/2019
From Beinn Stac over rough sheep pasture in slightly less grey weather to slab at HP.Denise 18/05/2019
Debs & Talisker, circuit of the Eriskay hills from the ferry car park. No pony's to be seen.Mountain Goat23/09/2018
After B Scrien. EasyThearlaichdubh24/05/2018
CW circuit of The Eriskay Trio - Ma-Tu-Hu. Visited the first two hills with Charlie (one of yesterday's Barra Head five island team). Charlie went back to his car for adventures further north & I carried on to the third hill. Had an hour to kill before ferry back to Barra - strolled along white sands, etc.ger24/05/2018
Roadside parking at NF 7926 1007 for a walk encompassing the 3 Eriskay hills. With Carole Engel.jonglew18/08/2017
Straightforward ascent from the Pairc harbour. Great underfoot. Mixture of short grass and good rock.Campbell Singer12/04/2016
Very pleasant ascent over gneiss and clipped grass from S. Excellent parking on road to pier.jimbloomer28/09/2014
RHW15/07/2012
RichardM18/05/2019
Martin R05/05/2018
trimarc210/10/2017
carole engel18/08/2017
Adrian17/08/2017
captainslow27/07/2016
chalky195304/10/2015
BrianMatthews19/06/2015
Arctica10/04/2002