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Name:Cnoc Navie
Hill number:4722
Height:241m / 791ft
Parent (Ma):1102  Beinn Tharsuinn
RHB Section:15B: Loch Vaich to Moray Firth
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Cromarty
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Yeaman
(Hu,Tu,2,Y)
Grid ref:NH661725 (est)
Drop:102m
Col:139m  NH647734  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 21
(1:25k) 438W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 23 users)ByDate of Ascent
Approached from the NE. The trig wasn't easy to locate concealed by some growing conifers.hill walker04/01/2019
Found an easy way up this one. Park in small layby across from Nonikiln Farm. Up farm track past big house, cross wall and fence and easily through band of conifers and a few fallen trees to forest track. Turn right and after a short distance where the tall pines meet new plantings, head up a heather-covered ride to the summit. Where an old fence starts,go forward 20ms then left 20ms and the trig should come into view. No thrashing through old forest debris this way, just a pleasant stroll! However, don't leave it too long, the trig will be devilishly difficult to find in a few yrs time!AndrewFinnimore14/04/2018
Roadside verge parking (NH 6752 7339). Good track to NH 6655 7239 when an unmapped track forks right. Take this to NH 6627 7222 then take a faint logging track directly to the hill top / trig pillar. Gets messy with brash etc, but not overly difficult. With Carole Engel.jonglew03/04/2018
Not as horrid as expected. No need for tears.Martin R22/05/2017
Cycled from Scotsburn to start of forest track to NE to summit. Where track turns S headed SW up wide ride where forestry machines have been though. Above 220m contour trees have been felled. Very easy alongside the fence marked on 1:25K map, to fence corner. Trig point is on the edge of young trees, 3m high summer 2016, so will be obscured soon from the fence. High point appears to be NE of the fence that runs over the summit from NW to SE. Horrid terrain amongst the felled trees.Minto29/07/2016
Here for the trgipoint. TP:UK log: Parked at end of farm track and headed up through field across wall and fence and eventually ended up at a track. Headed along track until the trees cleared and then spotted a track up towards the trig. Not a bad track. Last 40m to trig was tough, very rutted log strewn area with big piles of sticks to climb over. Views however are superb.thejackrustles20/02/2015
From the forest track NE of the hillkeithpostie23/11/2014
Summit area now clear felled. Pretty horridColin Crawford28/08/2014
Approached from west then north. Summit in cleared area as is the trig.Adrian13/06/2014
Approach up firebreak from south. Trig point next to fallen tree just west of stile at corner of fence.PeteF16/03/2009
see log on TrigpointingUK.com. RHW23/12/2007
grumpy21/04/2019
Lindsay M16/02/2019
carole engel03/04/2018
Aqyx13/05/2017
bjewing14/04/2017
Tony S23/02/2017
Alan Whatley13/06/2014
RCFC19/11/2013
thelonious26/08/2012
Gallovidian01/04/2012
chalky195314/04/2009
Arctica22/06/2002