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Hill number:3985
Height:693m / 2274ft
Parent (Ma):94  Beinn Chaorach
RHB Section:01E: Loch Long to Loch Lomond
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Dumbarton)
Class:Hump, Simm, Graham Top, Yeaman
Grid ref:NS 30309 91417
Summit feature:small cairn W of fence
Col:577m  NS295916  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL38 347
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 61 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Circuit from layby at bottom of A817 via Shemore and including Beinn Ruisg, Creag an Leinibh, Balcnock, Craperoch and back by Shantron. Fabulous sunny views of Loch Lomond, Loch Long, Bute etc.sclater04/02/2020
From old road at 274900, contoured round Tharsuinn to Balcnock then Creag an Leinibh.Returned over Tharsuinn.NormanW20/01/2020
From Beinn Tharsuinn KeithByTheC30/08/2019
Parked on the old road in Glen Fruin, up over Beinn Tharsuinn, then across to Balcnock. Good views of surrounding hills. Pleasant walking. Contoured below Beinn Tharsuinn from the col on the way back.LizH08/08/2019
MMC walk with Jon Moss and Donald Irving. 4 hour round. better weather than the dreadful forecast though did get 20 minutes of freezing rain.alexmaclennan15/12/2018
From lay-by on A817 nearest the A82, walked up road to Glen Finlas Resevoir, crossed the dam and then clockwise circuit of Craperoch, Balcnock and Creag nan Leinibh.benalder28428/10/2018
4th hill of 14 today on an epic horseshoe of the Luss Hills starting at the Alderdale B&B and climbing Cruach Dubh, Beinn Ruisg and Creag an Leinibh, following fenceline aorund Nw, getting very windy before reaching the summit just over the fence. I found the small cairn, recording 700m at NS30304 91428 and 695m@ NS30306 91423. Continued WNW to Beinn Tharsuinn.....Dazingdale03/10/2017
Good parking on old road at Auchengaich. Climbed Auchengaich Hill (546m) and then skirted under Beinn Tharsuinn to the small summit cairn. Solo.Dangerous Dave12/11/2016
Beinn chaorach and graham tops.robertphillips17/11/2015
See beinn Mhanaichdickscroop13/05/2015
very good day with Jamie but slow and not anything like as much done as hopedvegibagger23/09/2012
Tiny cairn on grass, 699m GPSr (to 3m). Caorach from SSW via resr track, then E over the 3 GTs, a bit of a slog in soft snow and into a strong squally headwind on the way back. RHW18/03/2011
Second attempt, first beaten off by deep snow. High cloud, dry, cold wind, good views.iangalbraith21/11/2010
Parked at 305 874.chrisbien07/11/2010
Came along ridge from Beinn Tharsuinn and later went on to Creag an Leinibh before retracing my steps and then descending to the west.campagvelocet14/04/2008
Clockwise from Finlas Dam, Balcnock, Creag an Leinibh, Beinn Ruisg. With Fiona, Chalmers No.32.agentmancuso06/05/1995
Evening Luss round from Beinn Ruisg to Beinn Chaorach.Eddie11/03/1993
Alan Whatley28/12/2016
Martin R10/05/2016
Colin Crawford18/04/2014
Gavin Theobald10/03/2012