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Name:Beinn Chapull
Hill number:1387
Height:515m / 1690ft
RHB Section:19A: Oban to Loch Fyne
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five, Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 93741 19598
Summit feature:trig point
Col:48m  NM857014  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 55
(1:25k) 360N
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 76 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
2 of 4: From Bragleenmore.ChrisR11/06/2018
A fine walk from Bragleenbeg, parked on the hardstanding before the bridge. Up the ATV track just before the plantation, fine views all round, especially the lovely Loch Scammadale. The track takes you to the fence, followed with deviations around bumps and bogs to a reach a cross fence, turn left and it takes you up the hill, branching off right to the summit, a fine view point.Gill16/05/2018
Via Fineglen - Not as wet as others have said. above fineglen short greass - overall a straightforward maryliniainwalton18/12/2017
From Bragleenmore - not too wet.Chris Peart14/04/2017
From Bragleen, up the dilapidated and poorly drained path SE as far as 920192, then up the steep hillside. Higher up, a fence leads up to the summit area. I too recommend waterproof footwear.Topographer5702/10/2016
Zig zag track up above small forested area and up along left bank of stream. Then across flatter boggy ground following vehicle tracks and fence line. Broke away from fence to trig.jenx04/01/2016
With Jenx, parked at road end by Bragleenmore. Follow Scots ROW track through a short distance then take newish ATV track up the hill from GR913198 that goes above the conifer plantation to a gate. Fainter ATV tracks lead easily up to 350m, then up to summit ridge, were after the fence line can be followed close to the trigged top. Bagged the 514m top too as it looked higher from some angles. Rapidly back down a very wet route. Wellies recommended!nordicstar04/01/2016
ACW round of a chruach,carn dearg, beinn chapull from end of public road bragleenbeg.robertphillips11/10/2015
From east end of loch Scammadale ie from west. Glorious afternoon, with Chris Watson. Trig s6854vegibagger10/06/2015
From end of loch, pick any route, wet and horrible. Drizzled mostly but high cloud and good views.iangalbraith07/06/2015
With Mora, from BragleenmoreBLACKHILL22/04/2014
enjoyed the five mile walk in from the main road along Loch Scammadale then climbed with Carn Dearg.AlisonFox66 31/03/2013
Parked at NM 930 227, just short of Musdale. A indirect route doing Beinn Ghlas, Beinn Dearg, Creag na h-Eanchainn and Creag na h-Iolaire on the way.Alan Moore09/01/2012
ran from loch avichtom smith27/03/2011
Revisit. From WNW, nice steep grassy ascent, fairly boggy moorland higher up.RHW22/09/2009
Walked in from Loch Scammadale, descending to climb Carn Dearg.JohnW10/06/2008
Parked at west end of Loch Scammadale. On access track past several cottages then on grass track through bracken above stream to right. Path led over side stream in a ravine and to a gate in cross wire fence. Uphill on tussock to cross a side stream in a deep gulley. Wire fence gave guidance to top of moor. View of RP 1 mile away over 3 or 4 bumps and swampy areas to final grassy clamber to dome top at 13.25.arranc04/10/2005
From Loch Scammadale where nice shepherd directed the way while pair of collies held a flock steady.Eddie19/11/2003
Date is first visit. Notes from later...fine hill, esp W ridge, challenging in gale/blizzard. Bragleenmore (park across br 910201), good tk then grassy slopes, beware gorge below 922199 RHW31/12/2000
Dave McG27/06/2018
carole engel15/05/2018
Tom Mundell29/11/2014
Trekking toes29/11/2014
Tony S29/12/2013
Lorna S29/12/2013
Alan Whatley22/04/2013
Martin R11/12/2012
Tony Rogers25/03/2012
Dee Rogers25/03/2012
Lindsay M13/11/2011