Name:Leitir Riabhach
Hill number:6725
Height:557m / 1827ft
Section:15A: Loch Broom to Strath Oykel
Col:507m  NH409925  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
3477625/04/2021NH 41536 91800  F: Large white rockalda

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Cycled in from road end at Glen Calvie. Left bike at high point on track just before it drops down to the two holiday lodges. A stony track sets off up the hill for a short bit and then becomes an ATV track crossing soggy ground that goes all the way up, passing through a wooden gate in deer fence and then in amongst the peat hags. At the top area sits a bright white quartz boulder, a couple of peat hags nearby sit slighty higher.Jossker30/09/2023
Parked at Croick church then along the road and through the gate between the cottage and the burn. Over the bridge and up the path to the stile and dog gate. Path soon becomes hard to follow but more or less straight up brings you to the gate in the deer fence (on the way back I followed the path down but it's no better than a wet deer track and I lost it again so it's not worth seeking out). Followed the deer fence up to the Y junction of deer fences. Along left to another fence junction where an ATV track winds through the bog and tussocks. The quartzite block at the top is the most interesting feature of this hill though you do get nice views from it.StueyB30/04/2023
Parked in car park at Glen Calvie road end for a circuit of 5 Simms and 1 HF. 6/6PGCE07/06/2021
Flat summit, with bright quartz boulder (probably not the high point, visited various peat hags) Leitir Riabhach, Carn Beag, Carn a' Choin Deirg, Carn a' Choin Deirg South Top, Carn Alladale from car park by turning to Glencalvie Lodge. Bright day, nice Scots pine and river along Glen Alladale.RobertP07/07/2019
In the midst of peat hacks. Amazing quartzite boulder near/at summit. Looks as though it has been whitewashed. Equal high point on moor a few metres away.Campbell Singer01/05/2017
With the Marilyn, on descent off the lochannordicstar26/07/2016
Was that lump of quartz naturally there? Nearly blinded me in the sunshine.Martin R30/09/2015
From Alladale roadhead. Carn Alladale, Carn a'Choin Deirg S Top, main top, Carn Beag & Leitir Riabhach. Hot & sunny.jimbloomer08/07/2013
Ascended from Croich on the way to Carn a'Choin Deirg.JohnW16/06/2008
hill walker26/11/2020
Tom Mundell22/06/2018
Trekking toes22/06/2018
Gavin Theobald01/04/2016