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Name:Cronk ny Arrey
Hill number:14333
Height:164m / 538ft
Parent (Ma):1950  Mull Hill
RHB Section:29: Isle of Man
County/UA:Isle of Man (CoU)
Island:Isle of Man
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SC192670 (est)
Col:132m  SC191672  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 95
(1:25k) IoM OL

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 30 users)ByDate of Ascent
Last two hills of the day. Parked in Cregneesh car park then through village and up easy track to summit of Mull Hill, a sea of old buildings/Pillboxes on top and probably the easiest Marilyn we have done, from here we walked back through village and up country lane, then through open gate into field and through another field gate to summit of Cronk Ny Arrey with the big radar on top. From here we went back down to car park. Earlier that day bagged Bradda Hill, Lhiattee Ny Beinnee and Cronk Ny Arrey Laa in 9.7 mile walk and earlier that morning bagged South Barrule. Full cloud but good views of the surrounding area and across the sea.DanTrig22/10/2019
Walking round from Port St Mary on coast path, off at Chasms and via this top w trig and NTSB nav station. High point is at SC19210 66954, rock embedded in grass. With Jenx and Bryhernordicstar09/08/2019
Mostly coast path walking from St Mary's to port Erin and then onto Bradda Hill. With R and B.jenx09/08/2019
4th tump of 5 today, this after having climbed the Calf of Man tops and having scaled Buroo. I started this 10.4km route from Port St.Mary, following the coastal path to the incredible Chasms then continuing to Rheboeg where I took a track North veering off to follow field edges to get to the buildings near the parking area, continuing via a gate to then cross a field to reach the high ground West of the mast with a heap of manure, nearby, higher but obviously unnatural. I recorded 172m @SC 19210 66956 . The ground close to the Saucer looking mast is about 1m lower. I followed a track SW to get onto the lane heading into Cregneash for a coffee stop before continuing onto Mull Hill...Dazingdale18/07/2018
2/12 (Mull Hill/Cronk Ny Arrey/Bradda Hill/Lhattee Ny Beinnee/Cronk Ny Arrey Laa/South Berule/Slieau Whallian/Slieau Dhoo/Slieau Freoghane/Sartfell/Mullagh Ouyr/Beinn-y Phott)Fergalh21/04/2017
With rose Williams, on mist. Round metal mesh party of the transatlantic aircraft taking system.between the trig pillar and a mega pile of scallop shellsvegibagger24/07/2016
From Cregneash easy walk from road and on south to pick up coastal path to Port St Marytrimarc218/02/2016
Here for the trigpoint. TP:UK log: Easy walk up through the field to the NATS spaceship. Mr U2 went for the direct approach and got entangled in the barbed wire, Gerry's angels had to help him out! I however went round the roundabout way via the field with no fence or barbed wire!thejackrustles20/08/2015
Cronk ny Arrey and Mull Hill from Cregneash.rhalstead02/05/2015
On my own from Chasm car park. Sunny.alwaysinshorts31/07/2014
with mae and dugswell. Aircraft guidance stuff on summit.jimbloomer13/04/2013
There is a scallop cairn beside the beacon on Cronk ny Arrey. This could be the high point or it could be the trig point. Really too close to call with Michael earnshaw and Jim Bloomer.
Up from the Calf Sound on Manx coastal path, off at the old tea shop towards Mull Hill with diversion to this trig topnordicstar01/04/2013
Large aerial & large cows in field adjacent trig pillar.Mac.Hawk21/05/2005
scruffy summit; NATS facility & large pile of shells; pleasant view. simple access via tki from road RHW02/08/2003
A bonus bag by chance visiting the trig pillar after getting off the bus at Port St Mary at the start of 2 day run with Rob Small across the island, Karrimor style, camping wild half way, from Port St Mary to Ramsey.Taking in all 5 Marilyns and additional 5 Deweys. A great adventure. All packed into a weekend -ferry from Heysham and buses.Chris Pearson19/08/2000
carole engel04/09/2018
Campbell Singer01/08/2015
Colin Crawford20/07/2015
Martin R20/04/2006
David Purchase18/05/1999
john steel24/07/1979