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Name:Rainberg Mor
Hill number:4867
Height:459m / 1506ft
Parent (Ma):1455  Dubh Bheinn
RHB Section:20A: Jura, Scarba and Colonsay
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Island:Jura
Maritime area:Islay, Jura & surrounding islands
Class:Hump, Tump (400-499m)
(Hu,Tu,4)
Grid ref:NR572874 (est)
Drop:118m
Col:341m  NR583878  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 61
(1:25k) 355N
Comments:large scale maps indicate an alternative summit 120m E at NR571874
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 10 users)ByDate of Ascent
Very complex summit, with two 450m contour rings and several possibilities within each. One of the rock outcrops was the highest but don't ask me whichColin Crawford30/03/2018
Appropriately named hill. Nominative determinism.Martin R21/11/2017
14th Hill of 15 on a comprehensive exploration of the hills North of Loch Tarbert, climbing Cnoc Loch Fad a Chruib, Cruib NE top, Cruib, Eag an Fir-Bhoga, Cnoc Loch Lubanach, Cnoc an Loch, Staonn Bheinn NW top, Staonn Bheinn, Carn Eachainn, Na-h-Ursainnan East top, Na-h-Ursainnan, Tom Uaine Mor and Rainberg Mor West top, desceinding NE then climbing SE to this complex of ribbed rocks running parallel to each other. I recorded the following GPs readings: 458m @ NR57185 87406- this is West of the 459 spot height 459m @ NR57276 87374-this is Sw of the 459m spot height on the Os map, 1: 25000 scale map. 457 @ NR57290 87400- this co-incides with 459m spot height. Continuing on to East top.Dazingdale08/06/2017
With Mora, from A846, parking at nr615852.BLACKHILL20/04/2014
From camp at Corpach Bay via Dubh Bheinn.Chris Peart15/11/2011
fine hill, compact rocky summit, fine views, tough tussocky Glen approach. 2M + 1Y anticlock from 616853; deer tks are lifesavers in deep boggy Jura tussock RHW27/03/2002
Gavin Theobald04/05/2017
Alan Whatley19/05/2014
mae02/06/2012
chalky195326/06/2001