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Name:Callart Hill
Hill number:8496
Height:263m / 863ft
Parent (Ma):601  Meall a' Bhuachaille
RHB Section:08A: Cairngorms
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NH 91683 13120
Summit feature:mound amongst well spaced trees
Col:219m  NH909121  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 36
(1:25k) OL57N 403N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 12 users)ByDate of Ascent
There is a parking space on the road to the west. Ascent from here means crossing a high deer fence with a strand of barbed wire in the middle. Best crossing places are to the south where the barbed wire runs out and there is a bit of a fence. Straightforward walk to the summit.JohnW10/07/2019
From WSW, HP grassy mound formed around old tree stump, nice open pinewoodRHW10/06/2018
Through gap in fence then directly up. Open woodlandColin Crawford08/06/2018
Dropped off on roadside, walked up track to Achnahatnich farm and Creag a'Ghreusaich, then disappearing track into sparse woodland. Up heather clad hillside until steepened with juniper and gorse. Rocky top with old boundary post. Continued on along rough ridge until gate in fence to felled forest allowed an ascent up to Creag Phituilais. Steeply down West side to emerge near loch Pitoulish, difficult drain lines to cross. Steep up Callart Hill to finish then walk back into Aviemore via Old Bridge Innnordicstar23/06/2017
Pleasant easy walk, track from south alongside road at first carries on east to Loch Pityoulish. Obvious summit mound in high open trees.alda09/12/2016
P at start of track on the other side of the road.chrisbien26/08/2013
Dave McG23/03/2018
hill walker03/11/2017