Name:Am Barr
Hill number:11135
Height:157m / 515ft
Parent (Ma):1386  Beinn Ghlas
RHB Section:19A: Oban to Loch Fyne
County/UA:Argyll and Bute
Catchment:Etive, Catchment Boundaries, Feochan
Watershed:Greater Loch Linnhe
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:NM 97483 28693
Summit feature:ground at foot of tree
Drop:44m
Col:113m  NM976285  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 49
(1:25k) 360N 376
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 8 users)ByDate of Ascent
Ran fast down the Bheinn Ghlas windfarm track -perfectly angled for a fast run which grabbed me just enough time for a pre-dark bag at 5pm for hill 8/8. Nice deciduous woodland above Angus Garden Centre. The garden is a living memorial to Angus Macdonald, who was killed at the young age of 26 by Greek-Cypriot terrorist Nikos Sampson whilst working in Cyprus as a journalist in 1956 (he was, at the time, prospective parliamentary candidate for Argyll & Bute). Created a year later by Angusí mother, Betty Macdonald, this nine-acre woodland garden was intended as a physical space symbolic of forgiveness and reconciliation. Famous for its extensive collection of spring-flowering rhododendrons and azaleasChris Pearson09/11/2023
After a long journey from Preston to Glasgow i then took the train to Taynuilt, then the 415 bus to Kilchrenan to do an out and back to the Taychreggan hotel to drop off my large rucksack in readiness for tomorrow then I caught the return bus back to Taynuilt for an out and back using Angus's garden car park (after a 10 minute scoot through the gardens to appreciate the flowering Rhodos) to bypass deer fence and climb through foliage to heathery knoll then a bit further to true top, an open area of bracken with nearby trees. Descent to road over deer fence after tracking to a corner support then back to Taynuilt for pick-up by my Airbnb host at the War Memorial.Dazingdale04/05/2019
After Cruach Airdeny. Initially considered approach from south-west, but put off by high fence and high vegetation. Went round past Angusís Garden car park to cattle grid, then up left towards top. Probably very pleasant in winter and spring, but summer-height bracken covering rough ground and forestry debris made progress extremely slow. A machete would have been useful. Back to Barguillean and down Glen Lonan road to Taynuilt for train to Oban.mainnirnamfiadh17/07/2018
With Adrian Rayner from Angus's Gardens car park. Light rain open deciduous woodland. Mossy felled timber underfoot.vegibagger20/05/2018
with Charles Everett. Easy parking at gardens entrance.Adrian20/05/2018
From NE , Fearnoch Forest.chalky195324/04/2018
Taynuilt-Am Barr-Deadh Choimhead-Beinn Ghlas-Beinn Ghlas E Top-Carn Gaibhre-Cruach Meadhonach-Cruach Airdeny S Top-Cruach Airdeny-Taynuilt. Up from NE, down SW.campagvelocet24/03/2017
Tricky07/05/2021