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Name:Carn Breugach
Hill number:1405
Height:189m / 620ft
RHB Section:19A: Oban to Loch Fyne
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Maritime area:Scarba, Slate Islands & Firth of Lorn
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (100-199m), SIB, Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 81508 27814
Summit feature:cairn
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 49
(1:25k) 359
Observations:cairn is 8m NW of trig point and 0.3m higher
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 178 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Across on Ferry with C. Along track until house then up on ATV tracks virtually all the way to the top. low cloud day on the mainland. down ridge towards tea house on route to Con an Faire.PeterD23/05/2019
Walked south from ferry to bench beside track at little horseshoe bay. Used gate to access woody gulley behind the bench and open slopes above. Returned to bench and then on to Gylen Castle that is a wonderful location. A fine sunny day 18 degrees C!mindlessflogger25/02/2019
Morning ferry, cold crisp and snowy. Up track and along the heathery ridge. Stunning views. 1/3N.Morters02/02/2019
1of5: From the ferry.ChrisR08/11/2018
After ferry landing, went for high ground asap (bracken now getting established). Ups & downs - steep ground to SW. Nice little hill with excellent summit views (the fairyland Ben Cruachan looking especially fine).ger25/05/2018
£4.65 return on the ferry. A round of all the tumps came out at 12.3 miles including a visit to the tea rooms. First hill of 5.jonglew18/05/2018
Work Darren Giddins and merry another Marilyn bagger on summit David Stallard who's got about 975 under his belt, not far off HOFvegibagger11/05/2018
2nd tump of 8 today with Charles Everett, 1st was Druim Mor on the mainland. Ferryman warned us that we might not get back over later as Force 8 winds forecast. Steep grassy/bracken covered slope then over a fence down and then easy track veering off for the final climb. Charles met another Marilyn bagger at the top. After the nattering we descended to the track via one fence leading us to the Gylen Tea house; one of the most exquisite tea rooms i have encountered-drinks and lemon cake were compulsory. Next, the Sw top, Cnoc na Faire.Dazingdale11/05/2018
Second visit, crossed while doing the island's TumpsColin Crawford12/03/2018
Tracks to west side follow teapots. Then easy walk up to point 175 and then to summit. Good views despite cloud level very low . Came off south on ATV track to join road 200m from café.garyhoney26/07/2017
From the ferry took the track that heads SW along the Sound of Kerrera, until a gate at around NM818275. From there a reasonably straight line to us steeply up to the summit. Then NEish to Balliemore to pick up track back to ferry. Recorded route and write-up at:
Easy ascent and terrific views.Chris Peart17/04/2017
short ferry ride and walk up tracks before going cross country to the top. A safe bad weather day.TheWicken18/01/2017
The ridge and the castle with mora, in thick drizzly mist.BLACKHILL29/10/2016
Up from the ferry with Bob B. and Kathy half way. Did it in 2hrs. Great views south.Play2End23/10/2016
Walked along the track to its high point then easy hillside.hillsman24/05/2016
With Debs and Goska, Goskas first big outing after op. Sunny, visit to cafe.Mountain Goat14/05/2016
carn breugach, barr nan cadhag and barr dubh in between ferrys.robertphillips13/12/2015
First of four tops on clockwise round of south Kerrera. Road from ferry to gate at 819288, then to Creag Bhàn and up north ridge, sometimes on east side of crest, to summit. Down west then south-west by Gleann Mòr to road west of Lower Gylen, thence south-west to visit Eilean Orasaig.mainnirnamfiadh12/06/2015
Walked road across island before heading across country over mixed grass and heath. Discovered a good farm track when on the top to use for the descent!Buteobuteo11/06/2015
With Jenx at Marhofn 2015. Day ferry across just after 10am, headed down track to south and cut steeply up hillsdie at first proper gate after the farms. Nice going if steep, through crags direct to gorgeous summit and views on a decent weather day. Back down north ridges and circuit of island, don't miss the lovely tea shop farm near castle. Completed clockwise tour of island in 3 hours plus tea shop and Marilyn/trig.nordicstar08/06/2015
Climbed with MT in appalling weather, after a rough crossing. The rain felt like needles and the wind was so strong on the summit it was difficult to stand still.We took the track past Balliemore and made more directly for the hill from near the high point of the track.Sprog06/06/2015
Took ferry over (£4.50 return) to jetty at NM 83020 28646. Followed track west into hills past Balliemore Farm, forking left to take track to Barnabuck. Left it near its highest point to skirt south below crags, taking a heathery rake up to Pt. 175m. Then dropped down to marshy area, and followed boggy ATV track to minor bealach just south of the summit. A short climb brought us to it. Descended east by this ATV track, picking up another track north to Balliemore Farm and thence back to jetty. NOTE: no ferry between 12:30 and 14:00. Otherwise generally every 30 minutes, if passengers are waiting. With AT on a wild, wet and windy day.Man of Kernow106/06/2015
Walked from Oban to foot ferry then along coast track forking to the right of farm along path/track, then up through head high bracken.clivevilla03/09/2014
Five year old son's first marilyn. Plenty of head high bracken for him.campagvelocet24/10/2013
After excellent tea and cake at the cafe, a delightful stroll to the top of the island, despite some thick bracken in places.AndrewFinnimore09/07/2013
Detour to bag this hill whilst walking around KerreraGeoff Briggs28/05/2013
Three TuMPs in under two hours from the ferry on a damp morning with Jim Bloomer.Dugswell212/05/2013
Enjoyable walk. Took right fork in track from ferry until it reached highest point on track and then followed a disjointed ridge to summit. Great views. Way back dropped east to coastal road.Martin R20/03/2012
Half a day spent on Kerrera in great weather whilst staying at Oban. Gylen Castle to the southwest is well worth a visit too if you have the time.Alex C18/03/2012
With Meds on Kerrera. Rough descent through bracken.bolton04/07/2011
A slog to get to this one. Not the best time of year to be doing it with heather and bracken high, but great views from the modest summit.Skerryvore12/07/2008
day visit to islandoatcake14/10/2007
with alex johnson during orianteeing comp. rough date.tom smith27/09/2005
10.30. Ferry to Kerrera. On track by shore to sheep farm, over gate and up through flattened 6' bracken. At top of first rise buggy tracks around hillocks. Uphill to top of ridge by the side of a granite face and to top at 11.35. B Mhor, Castle Duart, Lismore, Lora, Oban and D Choimhead.arranc05/09/2004
Dry, sunny, good views, sailed across on yacht with J&C.iangalbraith20/08/2004
Legged it from the ferry after slipping on landing boards.Eddie27/11/2003
Date is first visit. Notes from later...wonderful hill, island & view !. tk to 823281, beeline across pasture to summit RHW06/05/2002
With MarionOik19/08/2000
A recovery day after an epic retreat from an over ambitious attempt on Raven Gully (Glencoe)_ with Darren evening before, and a midnight camp in rain and midges which continued all this morning, so threw tent in car - drove to Oban - booked in to a B&B (unheard of normally) -draped climbing gear, and clothing everywhere to dry, then to escape the fug and lethargy did this short outing across to walk up this marilyn.Chris Pearson14/08/1999
A day trip on Kerrara. This hill was ascended with a great view of the island and further. Lovely island with a great circular walk.ChinnockC31/05/1999
With: hb sb ab; Crossed to Kerrera as foot passengers. Followed the track west to beyond Balliemore before heading up to the summit. Good local views. Dropped down to Lower Gylen where we had tea with a delightful young lady and her children.Ian Baines21/05/1998
With: ib sb ab; Helen Baines21/05/1998
Trip to Kerrera on a rest day.JohnW10/05/1997
canoe to KerreraTopographer5704/08/1991
Boat from Oban and round Kerrera with a visit to its highest point- a good walk with Steve Barc.pwheeler15/09/1977