|Height:||376m / 1234ft|
|RHB Section:||17E: Mull and Nearby Islands|
|County/UA:||Argyll and Bute (UA)|
|Maritime area:||Mull & surrounding islands|
|Class:||Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m), Yeaman|
|Grid ref:||NM 44579 21713|
|Summit feature:||cairn on rock|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 48|
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 62 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Parked on section of old road just W of Ormsaig. Fairly direct line to summit: useful deer track to about 200m starts at the road.||PGCE||22/02/2020|
|Found this more difficult than anticipated due to high bracken not yet died back, also very wet underfoot after recent torrential rain. But I got there with determination !||NormanW||06/09/2019|
|From car park on main rd, then track to Eas Mor waterfalls. From here branched off to bag Beinn Bhugan before moving on to Cruachan Min and then the trig pillar on Creagach||Wayne Mac||30/07/2019|
|From south starting at 440236. Animal tracks through the bracken debris, easy to see as new growth was still submerged. Higher up the ground gets easier. Summit atra surprisingly smooth and flat. Hazy sunshine, all surrounding summits cloud free but the haze restricted the view.||Topographer57||11/04/2019|
|As MartinR, except atv track under 5' high bracken, not a good idea in June. Straightish line after bracken, bit rough. Overcast, dry, windy but mild.||iangalbraith||21/06/2018|
|Parked at road end by Loch Assapol. Up forest track and onto open hillside to summit. Not too bad going.||AndrewFinnimore||09/05/2016|
|Parked near Ormsaig cottages at edge of biggest passing place. Then pleasant ascent in sunshine using sheep/deer tracks. Great views.||Thearlaichdubh||05/05/2016|
|Could park were I wanted as there were road works, so went on a bit where there is a gate and a track to some houses, walked on the right hand side of the fence which took me to the top in 1hr and 10 min.||tallblond||03/06/2015|
|Up here with Jim F on a typical Mull weather day.||Alex C||01/06/2015|
|Public transport from Iona. Thumbed lifts back to Fionnphort.||clivevilla||21/05/2015|
|Bus to Ormsaig, then easily up on grass.||Chris Peart||04/05/2015|
|Walked up w Jenx from off road parking nr Port Mor. Easy going underfoot while bracken is young. Followed deer tracks easily. From Cruachan Min went to Creagach trig and back out via Beinn Bhugan.||nordicstar||29/04/2015|
|With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.
We continued down the ridge to the trig point.||Dangerous Dave||06/09/2014|
|Followed Martin Richardson's directions to bag this hill in the wet with Jim Bloomer.||Dugswell2||05/05/2013|
|Started at NM44893 24007 where there is parking, unlocked gate and an ATV track that takes you halfway there. A tourist route without any tourists. With a sunny day, what more could a bagger ask for?||Martin R||19/04/2012|
|Along road crossed stream semi smashed route through first bracken section to crag, then another to a grassy moor area, then another and eventually to a fourth set of crags. Crossed a flat rock area and steadily uphill on yellow orange squills to top at 11.50. B na Sreine, C Bheinn, Beb More (cloud), Fhada, Buie, C Beinn, B na Croise, Chreagach, C Mor, Colonsay, Iona and Staffa.||arranc||19/08/2007|
|Round of Creachan Mor and Cruachan Min from Gleann Airigh na Searsain navigating through mist down to sea level by compass and identifying lochans.||Eddie||09/07/2005|
|fine summit, wide view, pleasant ascent from N. deer/sheep tks from 438237||RHW||29/03/2002|
|Exact date not known||paulgp||01/08/1979|