Name:Cnoc Odhar
Hill number:10957
Height:249m / 817ft
Parent (Ma):1410  Beinn an Tuirc
SMC/RHB Section:19B: Knapdale and Kintyre
County/UA:Argyll and Bute
Topographical area:HS02 Stobodhar-slate
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (North)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NR704429 (est)
Col:215m  NR713431  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 62
(1:25k) 356N


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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 4 users)ByDate of Ascent
Eased car up track via Kintyre way then veered off to park on track to North of hill then a circular incorporating the 248m spot height and then onto the trig pillar. Hard to tell if the Trig is the highest point but I wandered around the area for a few minutes before heading off with a nice stretch following the Achadh a' Choirte- can recommend this as wildflowers abound on the flat grassy areas next to the burn then veered off on a forest ride and then back to the track and the start.Dazingdale10/05/2023
Parking and very helpful advice at Beachmenach NR 688 428. Follow mapped track and head for mapped buildings at NR 690 423. Then N to gate at NR 6912 4225 and second gate at NR 6965 4219. Easy fell to summitcarole engel03/04/2019
A Hill run Via North Beachmore Farm an easy ascent. From there onwards it was hard Bog-jogging graft to Cruach na Naich then to Cruach Mhic an t-Saoir. Down via Clachaig Water. Lots of bogs and tussocks,Shutterlag08/05/2016