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Name:Cnoc an Ime
Hill number:1461
Height:303m / 994ft
RHB Section:20A: Jura, Scarba and Colonsay
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Island:Jura
Maritime area:Islay, Jura & surrounding islands
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m)
(Ma,Hu,Tu,3)
Grid ref:NR 59050 80164
Summit feature:small pile of stones
Drop:189m
Col:114m  NR582777  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 61
(1:25k) 355S
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 64 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Corrynahera, up NE side of the stream, through area of felled trees, then onto steep open hillside with long grass. On the way down, nearly caught two adders with my walking pole. One slithered off immediately. The other retreated about 50cm, then as I tried to get a photo it started hissing, so I scarpered.Owen B22/08/2018
13th hill of 14 today on an epic circular from Lagg visiting Cnoc Breac, Cnoc Mor nan Cnoc, Leac Fhola, Beinn Tarsuinn, Beinn Bhreac, Scrinadle & its N top, Cnoc Rubha a' Choire with SE top, Lochana' Tana, Cnoc Cumnnan Beag and Cnoc Loch Braig a' Choire, with a fairly easy descent and ascent to gain this top (climbed nearby knolls quickly) South to last top as quick as my tired legs will take me towards Clach an Roin.Dazingdale04/06/2017
Straight up the burn from Corrynahera.Chris Peart08/05/2017
Parked on roadside by Corrynaheira. Used forest track then burn to easily gain summit. Picked up vanessa trig too.nordicstar30/05/2016
Straight up the stream line worked well.jenx30/05/2016
from corrynaheara rough track then ok walking.robertphillips18/09/2015
With Mora, track starting at nr605820BLACKHILL11/04/2014
With two friends. Parked near Tarbert Bay at NR605823. On track shown on OS 1:25,000 map that goes SW initially. Found something of a branch track taking us nearer the objective of Cnoc an Ime which was reached soon enough. Back same way. Rather wet under foot.pwbellarby10/05/2013
parked where logs are stored, walked over tractor tracks up to col along the river , half an hour up!tallblond16/06/2012
Esily climbed by track from A846 at NR 605 820.Lionel Bidwell16/04/2009
Parked at Tarbert Lodge. Buggy track over open moor, wet underfoot. Cold S wind. Through rocky outliers to Loch Braigh a'Choire and final trudge on a deer trod to top. 11.30.arranc03/05/2006
Pleasant hill, fine view, fiddly to reach, ?easiest from Corrynaheara?. thru pltn from 602803 RHW27/03/2002
Up and down through trees from the road.Eddie01/06/1999
foggieclimber03/05/2018
PGCE23/04/2018
petesimpson11/04/2018
Gavin Theobald30/04/2017
Isbjorn30/04/2017
GaryJones21/04/2017
Martyn108/05/2016
Glenysj2108/05/2016
kiltedbiggles22/04/2016
LizH09/05/2015
PeterAH09/05/2015
IainT10/06/2013
Campbell Singer20/03/2013
Alan Whatley20/03/2013
iaindbrown17/06/2012
Minto13/06/2012
mae03/06/2012
Jim.Fothergill20/07/2011
AndyS29/05/2011
Tom Mundell13/04/2011
sarah mundell13/04/2011
Iona13/04/2011
Trekking toes13/04/2011
Calico14/06/2010
TheWicken31/05/2010
Gill01/02/2010
bjewing20/06/2009
BaggerGutt31/05/2009
RichardM25/05/2009
Denise 25/05/2009
JGC24/05/2009
Tony Rogers17/04/2009
Dee Rogers17/04/2009
Susan Bidwell16/04/2009
Martin R14/04/2009
Tony S19/06/2008
Emma and Simon01/06/2008