Name:Diarmid's Grave
Hill number:8825
Height:38m / 125ft
Parent (Ma):853  Sgurr an Airgid
RHB Section:11A: Loch Duich to Cannich
Catchment:Alsh & Duich
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:NG 94137 20907
Summit feature:knoll
Col:7m  NG943210  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25 33
(1:25k) 413N 414N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 31 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at lay by southbound. Across tussocky ground. Well before bracken seasoncolazione10/03/2024
Parked at layby on A82. Along shoreline and then up through lots of dead bracken. December definitely a good time to do this.sarahk10/12/2023
From layby. Bracken beginning to die back but not enough and not helped by failing to find any path through the jungle. Mercifully short.StueyB05/09/2023
The fern thrash is eased by the existence of a series of animal/bagger trods.summitter28/05/2023
From layby, several paths through bracken but easy loose route.cjo27/05/2023
A walk through wet bracken! Nice view though…BaggerGutt27/05/2023
As others from the layby.Crumblie225/05/2023
As others, up from the layby on the A87. Went through wet bracken but also through bluebells. It was done at the end of a 9:25 hike on the 'Sisters' in the rain, to be met at the cemetery carpark. Nice outlook on Loch Duich.Alan Moore20/05/2023
Agree with Campbell - get here before the bracken grows. Also visited the clan cemetery on opposite side of road having parked in layby by bridge. A local told us this area was a big area for netting salmon up until 25 years ago. All the netters gear is in the shed on the way to the top. saw a wild goat. With GNtrimarc212/05/2023
From the lay-by at north end of causeway. Got there before the bracken thank goodness.Campbell Singer10/05/2023
Bob & Duke.DukeNukem01/07/2022
Solo. Followed track through ferns across the top.Dangerous Dave20/05/2019
Evening sortie from the east past feral goats.Smudge11/05/2019
from the layby.robertphillips27/04/2019
From layby N end of the bridge. Along the slippery foreshore initially, then some surprisingly rough and tussocky ground to the top. Dying bracken, bramble and wet ground added to the short-lived fun.jonglew25/10/2017
With LunaBigNick20/11/2016
On the quieter end of the Dornie day out, nice path along top to summitnordicstar13/08/2016
From the old kirk car park. Bracken high but a path is maintained all the way to the top. I'm sure the war memorial is a TUMP as well?Play2End16/06/2016
Even the littlest hills can have hard work terrain for twenty mins or so! Sweet little hill with son Jamie on our rest day after cream crackering out legs on 14 hour clockwise circuit of all the Graham and Saddle numerous tops!vegibagger15/06/2015
From ENE, layby, path along crestRHW13/06/2015
From E end of isthmus ,south shore, easy going with wild goats.chalky195329/03/2014
Jill Robertson14/05/2023
Simon Winton25/03/2023
Lindsay M15/08/2020
hill walker14/05/2019
Pete R07/07/2017
Tony S23/09/2016