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Name:Cleit an t-Seabhaig
Hill number:9785
Height:163m / 535ft
Parent (Ma):1146  Ben Hutig
RHB Section:16B: Durness to Loch Shin
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (North)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NC522685 (est)
Col:125m  NC522685  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 10
(1:25k) 447N
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I walked out to the cliffs above this little rocky pyramid in the hope of finding a way down the cliffs to the col. Alas, there was simply no obvious option, the cliffs to the east fairly sheer, the western side offering a few gullies which ran out into more difficulties. I could see no obvious possibilities, though it may just be possible to tease a way up from sea level. All very frustrating, especially as the pyramid itself looked as if it might just be a stiff scramble, with a slab at a steep gradient surmounted by easier rocky ground. I have a comprehensive set of photos, should anyone be interestedColin Crawford02/11/2018
from photos looks hard to get down to col then steep scrambly arete, maybe poor rock. good luck...RHW17/09/2015