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Name:Grandtully Hill
Hill number:4572
Height:532m / 1745ft
Parent (Ma):9  Meall Dearg
RHB Section:01A: Loch Tay to Perth
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 91123 47617
Summit feature:cairn on outcrop
Col:397m  NN879462  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 52
(1:25k) 379W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 26 users)ByDate of Ascent
Andrew Simmons08/04/2019
Solo trip.Invicta1411/02/2019
Rod M04/10/2017
I wish I'd read Martin's log before I set off. I used my bike and overshot the ATV track as it's hard to spot. Went on to Creag a' Mhadaidh and the two hills took me 2hours 30m for 13k.NormanW28/05/2017
To be more accurate and precise the much acclaimed ATV track starts at NN90812 47208. And don't be put off by the fallen trees in the first 50M.Martin R07/05/2017
Alan Whatley14/11/2016
Found a track through the forest from the south west, that lead right to the top.jenx13/11/2016
Found an ok track through the trees leading from the southwest virtually to the summit. With Rick and Jen.Alex C13/11/2016
With Jenx and Alex C. Parked at good free CP GR885452 just off main road. Through gate and along tracks to Loch Kennard. Left turn midway along loch past old estate building. Right turn further on at col in forest. Continued to GR907472 and ATV track leading into forest. This is just past some natural thinnish plantation which was tempting as a route. Glad we took the ATV as it leads easily to close by the summit avoiding the need for any heather bashing. After summit took a line SW down steep heathery ground (glad not ascended that) to track to South of Loch Scoly and returned near to Loch Kennard ready for Creag a Mhadaidh.nordicstar13/11/2016
Cycled up forestry tracks from A826 to 400 metres east of summit. After that the terrain is uneven and locally steep, and the heather is long.Topographer5702/07/2016
Good tracks from Creag a'Mhadaidh, with direct route through trees to Loch Kennaird now a signposted track. Steep east face would be fine usually but was hard work in soft snow higher than wellies.alda16/12/2014
Creag a'Mhadaidh first, then took shortest route between forest roads: pretty easy shortcut. Then straight up S ridge: good path then bad sitka. Should probably have stuck to road and climbed steep E face. Easy descent W via good track, to forest road. RHW27/10/2012
CP. Track to near Dubh Loch (not visible). Steep heather - a bit of a path along the plateau. Pile of rocks on outcrop. With Tom.chrisbien01/12/2011
Colin Crawford17/08/2009
Lindsay M19/04/2009