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Name:Burebhal [Burrival]
Hill number:4972
Height:147m / 482ft
Parent (Ma):1613  Eabhal [Eaval]
RHB Section:24C: North Uist, South Uist and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Na h-Eileanan Siar [Western Isles] (UA)
Island:North Uist
Maritime area:Around Grimsay & Ronay
Class:Hump, Tump (100-199m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NF909621 (est)
Col:13m  NF915611  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 22
(1:25k) 454E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 36 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Eaval. Off the path-so I took a photo to look up as I weaved my way up the S slopes. Great fun and no scrambling needed. The between two rock slabs in the summit area and down the straightforward W slope to the path to Obisary. The best views of Eaval were from the path, with the afternoon sun lighting up its craggy slopes.pwheeler21/05/2019
On the way back from Eabhal.Chris Peart25/04/2019
Debs and Talisker, Eabhal circuit of 5 tops.Mountain Goat24/09/2018
see log for Eaval (Eabhal)carole engel09/08/2018
With Eavalnickywood115/06/2018
With EavalAlastair S04/08/2016
On the way back from the Marilyn.jenx28/04/2016
After Eavhal. Easy line up from SE, cuts the path back along the shoreline and felt just as quick. Direct descent to the same fence crossing as on the way out.nordicstar28/04/2016
Easy ascent on return from Eabhal. Steep descent. Almost due west at first down steep heather and then into mid gully. No problem with tide on return although stepping stones very slippy.Campbell Singer04/04/2016
With Mora, from Road end at Loch Euphort.BLACKHILL09/05/2015
with iain and jontallblond14/07/2012
Visited on the way to Eaval. Very rocky hill and worth doing. Was lucky to find an easy way down southern slopes which are craggy. Good climbing potential here.fasgadh12/04/2012
En route back from Eaval. From road-endRHW29/06/2002
June 2006(?). From NF890631. Sea Eagles observed.summitsupblank
Tony S20/04/2016
Alan Whatley17/04/2014
Martin R25/04/2011
Colin Crawford20/06/2010
David Bell01/05/2006
Nick Canuteblank