Name:Druim an Duin
Hill number:11247
Height:100m / 328ft
Parent (Ma):1417  Cnoc Reamhar
SMC/RHB Section:19B: Knapdale and Kintyre
County/UA:Argyll and Bute
Topographical area:HS02 Stobodhar-slate
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NR 78133 91304
Summit feature:outcrop
Col:68m  NR782913  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 55
(1:25k) 358N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 8 users)ByDate of Ascent
Straight up from forest road end, easy trees. Wonderful little fort remains on top, deserves to have official access reinstatedColin Crawford24/10/2023
From the forest road end, into the trees once the craggy cutting was passed and soon picked up a path to the summit running right to left along the steep side of the hill. This was once a waymarked Forestry Commission path. Impressive walls to the fort. Well worth the modest effort to get up there.fasgadh23/10/2023
Parking area at forestry road-end along the forestry road to just after the first gate then straight up to the West. Worth the effort, smart dun.DavieRuts02/11/2021
Before wee Buachaille trip. Arguably my fastest bag of all time - under 10 mins. Lovely old fort/croft buildings.iangpark16/07/2021
3rd of 8 from Crinan and after Cnoc Reamhar, descent to road then up through woodland becoming steeper. Nice mossy area with lovely atmospheric fort on top. Onwards to Druim Loch Coille-Bharr.Dazingdale27/05/2021
From NR 7826 9135. Walked along vehicle track for approx 100m then straight up through conifer woodland. Very rocky at summit; would be a fine looking hill if it was de-vegetated. Large walled enclosure at summit in dense vegetation, plus steep drop off to NW.jonglew02/11/2018
Faint path from close to forest track entrance leads to impressive dun at the summitAdrian09/08/2017