|Name:||Creag nan Clamhan|
|Height:||50m / 164ft|
|RHB Section:||17F: Coll and Tiree|
|County/UA:||Argyll and Bute (UA)|
|Maritime area:||Coll & Tiree|
|Grid ref:||NM 23743 62356|
|Summit feature:||no feature|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 46 47|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 11 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Parked at the end of a track just east of a bridge, then walked a short distance east and followed a track into and around the edge of a field and through a gate. Would have been better to keep left on the way up and keep to higher ground, but went right and ended up in a horrible little gully. Good summit, and found a better way back.||LizH||22/08/2019|
|An interesting craggy top. Not sure we found the best way up or down! With B and R.||jenx||06/06/2019|
|From Beart an Fhir. Rock outcrop in heather, breezy sunny island views. back to road side parking afterwards.||Denise||14/05/2019|
|Walk in from house to N with Jon Glew. Nice.||Thearlaichdubh||03/09/2018|
|Quick nip up 4 hills before the ferry departed. From roadside verge parking (NM 2334 6280).||jonglew||03/09/2018|
|Walked from ferry terminal by B8071 and B8072 to road end for Cloiche Farm. Past farm and on faint tracks along south-west side of ridge, right at BWF down to and through gate, then up left on to ridge to approach summit from south. Quite boggy on top. Early sun, but clouding over with some drizzle. Down a similar way to Cloiche Farm and to B8072, making for Beart an Fhir.||mainnirnamfiadh||29/06/2016|
|Linear walk over Meall na h-Iolaire, Meall nan Uan, Carnan Mora & Creag nam Clamhan.||jimbloomer||20/06/2015|