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Hill number:10146
Height:432m / 1417ft
Parent (Ma):1313  Beinn na Sreine
RHB Section:17E: Mull and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Argyll and Bute
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:NM 41742 27450
Summit feature:outcrop 8m E of tall cairn
Col:374m  NM418281  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 48
(1:25k) 373 375W
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 13 users)ByDate of Ascent
Track to Burg, then followed cattle and deer tracks through the bracken and up onto Bearraich, an super top and viewpoint. Across to Creach Beinn. Then traversed round above the waterfalls to pick up track where it goes into forest on return. With B and R.jenx24/07/2023
Cracking walk starting from the SNT car park. Followed track to before Tavool House at the waterfalls. Then branched off following a slight track to a gap in the wall which brings you to a quad bike track. Followed this which brings you out to the bealach between Creach Beinn and Bearraich. Headed right then to the Trig on Creach Bheinn with a fantastic view. Then from here onto imho the best Hill on Mull. BearraichWayne Mac03/08/2019
Traverse from Burg to B8035Colin Crawford07/05/2018
Change of plan as too stormy for Iona ferry! Bumpy track to car park beyond Tiroran, walked track to beyond Tavool Ho, up thru pasture and easy terrain above, passing R of crags then cut back to summit, which has an OS trig bolt. Windy ascent; heavy rain on walk out.RHW01/06/2015
Parked in the Scottish National Trust car park for Burg then walked along the track passed Tavool House before heading up to Bearraich, Creach Bheinn and then Meall nan Capull with Martin Richardson and Jim Bloomer on a sunny but mixed weather day.Dugswell231/05/2015
Bearraich, Creach Bheinn & Meall nan Capull from Tiroran carpark with Dugswell2 & Martin R.jimbloomer31/05/2015
As per the messers messrs Law and Bloomer, (sounds like a firm of Funeral Directors). Rain and hail, however the wind was a constant.Martin R31/05/2015
With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel, Alfie and Clare. The best hill on the island.Dangerous Dave18/04/2015
From Balmeanach on the way to seeing the fossil tree at Rubha na h-Uamha, which I failed to find as I did not know what it looked like. Next time I will know.Alan Moore31/10/2008
Tony S02/12/2023
Lorna S02/12/2023