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Name:Lethen Bar
Hill number:4633
Height:258m / 846ft
Parent (Ma):611  Carn nan Tri-tighearnan
RHB Section:09A: Inverness to Strathspey
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Findhorn
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Yeaman
(Hu,Tu,2,Y)
Grid ref:NH 95595 49455
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:115m
Col:143m  NH953480  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 27
(1:25k) 422
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 17 users)ByDate of Ascent
4of6: From minor road at 961498ChrisR05/03/2019
Way in from north through the gorse is a bit maze like currently but once found not too painful.Dave McG16/03/2018
Parked to SE & squelched up to summit area using an initially vague track. On reaching the top, I nearly convinced myself that trig had gone but after 30 painful minutes, a final foray into the gorse from around the N edge revealed both the ancient cairn & miscreant trig. Although a way in has been sculpted by keen triggers, it could do with a fresh prune.Smudge23/12/2017
I think the Bar in Lethen Bar stands for barred by gorse. Even when I could see the trig from a couple of metres away it was still difficult to get to as the gorse is so thick now. No views either. Nice dummy day though.Peterb25/10/2017
What 🗻 mountaineering is all about. Of gorse, it is.Martin R22/03/2016
Wet soggy slog across boggy heather and close growing trees. Only tackled it to get the trig.BigJ28/09/2014
visited when visiting the trigNozzer17/06/2014
Here for the trigpoint. TP:UK log: Parked and found man path up to this, last 100m hard going through gorse of which we cleared a fair amount and the trig is now visible with a path from a northish direction, no view at trig due to tree cover.thejackrustles04/05/2014
Ascended from the high point on the road to the east. A rough hill, but there are paths and the summit is fairly obvious, though covered with gorse.JohnW20/04/2013
Bog, deep heather, dense pine, gorse summit - this one has the lot. No view. from track/roadd jct to NE, parking at jct RHW11/04/2006
bjewing06/01/2019
iaindbrown10/06/2018
Alan Whatley12/05/2015
Aqyx30/07/2014
Colin Crawford13/08/2012
thelonious29/01/2011
chalky195329/09/2008