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Name:Stac na h-Iolaire
Hill number:4149
Height:743m / 2438ft
Parent (Ma):518  Ben Macdui [Beinn Macduibh]
RHB Section:08A: Cairngorms
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Simm, Subhump, Graham Top
Grid ref:NJ 01688 08872
Summit feature:no feature: ground 2m N of cairn
Col:652m  NJ013086  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 36
(1:25k) OL57N 403N
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 39 users)ByDate of Ascent
After Gall, heather on ascent surprisingly deep given it's above 600m. Cairn at HP. Then down via the subSimmRHW10/06/2018
From the Youth Hoastel. With Creag nan Gall.ngthack09/03/2018
2 day bothy trip after a night in the hutchison hut went over beinn a chaorainn, beinn a chaorainn beag,A choinneach, bynack more, bynack beg,stac na h lolaire, carn lochan na beinne, and back to the ski centre.robertphillips23/09/2016
With Creag nan Gall with mae and 2 carsjimbloomer13/04/2015
Afternoon walk to the two adjacent tops starting with this after forecast storm force winds did not materialise and a morning walk over the nearby three Graham tops to the west/ Biked in to tract just north of the two summits. Quits a decent afternoon after a very wet morning. Track deeply flooded in places and ground very wet.dickscroop07/10/2014
Straightforward ascent from Creag nan Gall. The summit is a good viewpoint.JohnW29/07/2013
A long slog from Cairngorm this one especially in the mist, saw the cliffs and nothing else so will be back for what must be a tremendous viewtorkm10/06/2012
DebsMountain Goat27/02/2012
Date uncertainrjf3501/08/1974
Capt Malbec31/08/2018
Alan Whatley08/06/2018
hill walker20/04/2018
Sick Kid22/09/2017
Steve Q31/10/2015
Dave Geere01/09/2012
Gavin Theobald25/06/2011
Colin Crawford12/10/2007
Rob Pen y Garn10/02/1966