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Name:Craggan Hill
Hill number:4588
Height:292m / 958ft
Parent (Ma):97  Cruach an t-Sidhein
RHB Section:01E: Loch Long to Loch Lomond
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Long & Goil
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NS263982 (est)
Col:172m  NS272989  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL39S 364S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
Up the ridge to Craggan Hill from car parking area at Glen Douglas. Forest being clear-felled so it's a bit of a mess. There's a track along the ridge requiring frequent ducking below branches. Took a while to locate trig but that does seem to be on the summit. Carried on to Sron Mallanach along ridge from where I descended easily eastwards to the forestry track for the walk back.sclater05/01/2020
sron mallanach and craggan hill, good track from the north.robertphillips08/07/2019
2nd hill of 7 today on a tough route from Garelochhead station to Inverbeg with my 70 litre rucksack, climbing Sron Mallanach then descending NE then E and then North before finding an old track and using that to descend to the Three Lochs way path for no more than 200m before ascending near a lovely waterfall, then through trees to the open hillside, detouring around a ridge of re-planted conifers to find a clearer route to the Trig, i recorded this as 293m but in a small clearing of conifers about 100m NE of the trig I recorded 294m at Grid ref NS26385 98289. Descent ENE back onto Three Lochs Way to minor road where I turned East, heading for Tullich Hill.Dazingdale02/10/2017
Just about managed to get this one before it got totally dark, though for a short while I had my doubts. Onwards to Helensburgh for the train home at 6 AM. Very wet throughout.Alex C18/08/2017
Ran the gauntlet of several armed patrols of soldiers on the way up.Martin R11/05/2016
Plod along the track, following the pylons from N where there is ample parking, then head up an obvious track which curves round to just below the trig. Good views of Cobbler on way back.Thearlaichdubh22/12/2015
parked at NN274001 track to due east of summit then up through young spruce to the top.robertphillips18/08/2015
Followed track from Tarbet below Ben Reoch and Tullich Hill before entering MOD zone. Was approached by construction worker at NN274001 who tried to warn me off while I was reading the sign which suggested access was OK.campagvelocet21/01/2009
see Narrow summit, clearing in trees. from NE: see trig RHW22/02/2008
Alan Whatley01/06/2016
hill walker25/05/2014
Lindsay M08/07/2012
Gavin Theobald24/11/2010
Colin Crawford17/01/2010