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Name:Cipeagal Bheag [Cipeagil Bheag] [Ciopeagal Bheag]
Hill number:1573
Height:336m / 1102ft
RHB Section:24A: Lewis and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Na h-Eileanan Siar [Western Isles] (UA)
Island:Lewis and Harris
Maritime area:Around Parc & The Shiant Islands
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NB 24761 06461
Summit feature:rock 4m N of cairn
Col:165m  NB233060  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 13 14
(1:25k) 456 457
Survey:Abney level
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Excellent linear walk from Rhubha Briodog to Sgaladal Mhor including the Marilyns Caiteseal, Cipeagal Bheag & Beinn Mhor. Boat trip arranged by Gill (Katie from Scaladale Centre piloted the little boat out & back - 5 passengers). Really excellent adventure. I should have gone to Scaladal Bheag at end of walk - oops! - Katie came to the rescue, as, realizing my mistake I was heading for the correct pick up point.ger28/05/2019
Lovely hill, red throated diver on lochan just below summit.Jon F28/05/2019
From Caiteseal to the south on northwards traverse of west ParcN.Morters28/05/2019
A wonderful linear walk courtesy of Katy, on the boat from the Scaladale Centre. Katy will drop off and pick up wherever you want. Dropped at Rubha Briodog and collected at Sgaladal Bheag for a great walk over Caiteseal, Cipeagal Bheag and Beinn Mhor via an interesting cairned path around the W end of Carn Ban. Direct line W back to the pick up and we only lost one. Easy going all the way, a top notch walk. Price reduces for more people and if you stay at the centre. Note that Scaladale is part of Lewis and Harris Youth Clubs Association, a registered charity, so your £70 fee for the boat helps to support the organisation.Gill28/05/2019
Traversing from Beinn Mhor to Caiteseal for a boat pickup at Ceann Mor.NormanW08/05/2019
Round of 3 Marilyns from by Kenmore. Beinn Mhor, Cipeagal and Caiteshal. With Norman Wares. Used boat from Scaladale Centre. Pricey at £200 to be dropped off and collected 7 hrs later so best to share. Descent from Carn Ban wasn't as bad as it looked on the map and the ground was generally good and not too boggy.AndrewFinnimore08/05/2019
A massive day out. 13.5 hours to visit 5 Park Marilyns. Great sense of achievement on a glorious day. Lift across the loch from Eisgein. Uisinis, Gormol, Ciopeagal Bheag, Caiteseal, Beinn Mhor and walk out to Eisgein. Huge walk across country from Gormal to get here. A nice river valley, a beautiful gorge, fantastic sea loch, some very steep grassy slopes down and up.jenx11/05/2016
From Eishken with Jenx: Uishnish, Goramol, Caiteshal, Cipeagal Beag and Beinn Mhor. Back to Eishken 13.5 hours later. Great walk on a warm sunny day with bags of visibility.nordicstar11/05/2016
4am start from Maaruig. Perfect calm conditions so used inflatable dinghy over to Kenmore, about 45min. Caiteshal, Cipeagal and Beinn Mhor = 6hr30.danpquinn26/07/2015
Otis Cambell AlanGlenford27/09/2014
Boat from Maraig pier. Windy, mostly dry, mild, good views.iangalbraith27/09/2014
With a Marhofn gang out of Maraig.Chris Peart27/09/2014
WindyMartin R20/09/2013
Parked at nb 298161, all Parc marilyns on a 4 day backpack trip.BLACKHILL25/05/2012
Via dinghy from Maraig across Loch Seaforth, second of five en route to arriving at Seaforth Head at 1945.Topographer5708/06/2011
Via dinghy from Maraig across Loch Seaforth, second of two as 5 more walking days left and did not want to finish walking at 10pm. I think Jon de F returned to his B&B at midnight so I made a good decision.Dugswell208/06/2011
Another case of big and little hills being named the wrong way round. Douglas had already been to this higher top. Down through a line of crags, over tussock and up on exposed boulder ridges to the top at 14.15. Sturdy cairn on a rocky outcrop. A long mile over swampy deer grass over the north ridge to get a view of the loch and saw Ruari crossing over. Douglas was waiting in the boat on my arrival. Celebratory drinks at Tarbert.arranc08/06/2011
From Caiteseal, good ground with lots of choice. Wild camped on NE side.Eddie16/09/2009
with Jamievegibagger30/05/2006
24 marilyn big run attempt -starting 6 with Lesley after boat acrossChris Pearson22/05/2001
fine rocky hill somewhat overshadowed by neighbouring 2 Marilyns; NB is higher than Cipeagil Mhor !. clockwise circuit of 8 Marilyns from Seaforth br 298162 RHW29/09/2000
Simon Winton08/05/2019
carole engel26/05/2017
Tom Mundell27/06/2016
Trekking toes27/06/2016
Campbell Singer27/09/2014
Tony S20/09/2013
Tony Rogers17/07/2013
Alan Whatley12/04/2011
3 kinnears01/06/2008
Colin Crawford05/09/2007
Denise 31/05/2006