Name:Barr Kilmhealaird
Hill number:10978
Height:236m / 774ft
Parent (Ma):1387  Beinn Chapull
RHB Section:19A: Oban to Loch Fyne
County/UA:Argyll and Bute
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NM 86046 12850
Summit feature:small cairn
Col:171m  NM863126  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 55
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 12 users)ByDate of Ascent
Followed the track off the road to Losgainn Beag to the start of the loch then straight up. Worth doing.DavieRuts01/06/2024
From NM 8644 1216, parking for 3 cars. Good track forhalf the way, then easy grassy slopes. With Darren G, Dave McG & Adrian.jonglew11/05/2019
12 Tump of the day, previously a 10 Tump loop from the minor road to Kilmelford with Dave McG and Jon Glew and for this one, Adrian joined us. Starting from NM86440 12154 via a stile over some rough ground to a track and following this to NM86279 12452 and then a curving ascent to the top A 2km out and back route. Dave, Jon and i continued recording 232m @ NM 86043 12854. Jon, Dave and I continued to Tullich hill...Dazingdale11/05/2019
Bus to Kilmelford, minor road east to gate at north-west end of track past Loch an Losgainn Beag, uphill eastwards to prominent horizontal path about 150m, rightwards along path above loch, climbing gradually, past ruined wall, and turning left about 200m to head for small summit cairn. Early sunshine, clouding over a bit. View down Loch Melfort rather hazy, clearer and extensive landward. Back by similar route to Kilmelford, making for Tullich Hill.mainnirnamfiadh28/04/2018
From the lochan path to the south. Pretty straightforward if you avoid the waist-high bracken.summitter30/06/2017
Steep but enjoyable pull up from the roadColin Crawford13/04/2017
With Seilcheignordicstar06/06/2015
Dave McG11/05/2019