|Name:||Creag na h-Iolaire|
|Height:||515m / 1690ft|
|Parent (Ma):||910 An Sithean [An Sidhean]|
|RHB Section:||12A: Kyle of Lochalsh to Garve|
|Class:||Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five|
|Grid ref:||NH 18605 42055|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 25|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 9 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|After Choill-mhias, back along stalkers path and up easy slopes. A few tops, eastmost (knoll) higher. Then to the Hump||RHW||29/03/2018|
|From Monar Dam. An Sithean, Meall Dubh na Caoidhe (several mounds compete for highest point), Creag na h-Iolaire, greatly aided by good stalkers paths for much of route. Loch Monar very low water level.||RobertP||06/07/2017|
|walk out with Alan Dawson and Chris Watson for theirtrip to Maoile Lunndaidh. I branched off solo, N for An Sidhean then SE to HuMP top Meall na Dubh Caoidhe and S to Dodd top Creag na h'Iolaire. High broken cloud and dry.||vegibagger||17/07/2014|
|W Jenx from Monar dam. Easy track past lodge and then stalkers path up the hill. Back over other tops and then Graham Beinn na Muice to finish. En route to Shetland.||nordicstar||25/05/2013|