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Name:Baurtregaum [Barr Tri gCom]
Hill number:20015
Height:851m / 2792ft
RHB Section:49B: Dingle Peninsula - East of Dingle
Hill area:Slieve Mish
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Dillon,
Vandeleur-Lynam, Arderin
Grid ref:Q 74983 07667
Summit feature:trig point
Col:209m  Q679067  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 71
Observations:trig point is in a depression
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 40 users)ByDate of Ascent
4/5. Caherconree then out to Gear and and back. East to Col and contour round to Baurtregaum NW top. Then Baurtregaum itself then over East top subsidiary to Far NE top. Back via Dingle way and roads. About 16 miles. Hellish descent via stream. Use shoulder of the NE top.nickywood111/05/2019
Solo. From the minor road to the west. From the start of the rough path to Caherconree (promontory fort) where there is limited parking. Followed path, which is marked on the ground with posts but is not marked on the OSi 1:50,000 map. Continued to summit cairn of Caherconree and on to Baurtregaum. Returned same way. Thick mist all the time and rain most of the time.pwbellarby23/07/2018
Route: Derrymore - Scragg - Baurtregaum - Caherconree - Gearhane - Derrymore Strand Approx. Stats: 5.5hrs, 12km, 950m ascent Weather: windy & misty on peaks, but no rain; fine at low altitudes Notes: v. challenging ascent/descent due to lack of paths & lots of gorse/heather etc.millionmts21/10/2016
Claggy day up top and climbed from sea level, warm and wet until the strong winds on the top came in and the clag turned to rain. Not much in the way of views, but the sense there were some good ones to be had. With NP and MT.kenmorti15/07/2016
Parked Derrymore Strand, then back and turned L along main road, then R up minor road after c400 yds. L at top into grassy lane then through iron gate onto moor, with ruins and modern cottages on R. Faint track into Derrymore gorge. Crossed burn and slog up rough steep grass to main summit. Very poor conditions, cloud very low all day and wet. Returned same way, for paddle in beach. With KM and MT.niallp15/07/2016
Parked (free) at Derrymore Strand (IQ 73139 11020). Took lane up to N86 and along verge east (busy road) to Derrymore. Then took lane up to farm, over moor, crossing Kerry Way into the cwm. Followed a bit of a path to above stream junction. Then steeply up north ridge to Pt. 723m and up to summit. Returned the same way. Foul weather. With KM and NP.Man of Kernow115/07/2016
Barry Smith16/04/2015
Ascent from just N of road summit at 715053. Path to Caherconree fort. Outward via Caherconree summit. On return managed to contour round S slopes after re-ascending to 780m. All in clag.jimbloomer13/06/2010
Martin R29/08/2006
big shapely independent hill, fine stony summit. circuit from pass to W RHW06/06/2004
from Caherconree on another fine day in the Dingle Peninsulaprwild27/05/1997