Name:Glenamachrie Hill
Hill number:11095
Height:179m / 587ft
Parent (Ma):1386  Beinn Ghlas
SMC/RHB Section:19A: Oban to Loch Fyne
County/UA:Argyll and Bute
Topographical area:HS01 Chapull-duchara
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NM 92095 27777
Summit feature:no feature: grass and heather
Col:123m  NM921275  
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 4 users)ByDate of Ascent
8th tump of 14 on a route from Kilmore to North Connel with Adrian climbing Dun Iadain, Torr Dhamh, Tom Donn, Corr Chnoc, An Car, Cnoc Eoin and Torr an Tuirc descending to the Loch then Ese to this top, recording 180m @ NM 92095 27759. Descent to road where it crosses the burn. From this point i headed to Deadh Choimhead whereas Adrian headed along the road heading for Cruach Glenamacrie West top....Dazingdale19/05/2018
Bus to Kilmore, roads west of Loch Nell and to Clach na Carraig, farm road past Torinturk to just before Torr-an-tuirc, left up green track to its high point, across south end of Tòrr an Tuirc to gate in deer fence at 915274, then north-eastwards across rough grass to top. Treacherous bog on flat ground west of summit ridge. Sunny intervals (slight drizzle on road back) and views to Cruachan and Dùn Dà Ghaoithe (Mull) under snow. Down initially southwards to avoid worst of bog, to gate in deer fence, outward route as far as Kilmore-Connel road, then to Oban by Glencruitten road.mainnirnamfiadh01/03/2017