Name:Kintallan Hill
Hill number:11295
Height:75m / 246ft
Parent (Ma):1417  Cnoc Reamhar
SMC/RHB Section:19B: Knapdale and Kintyre
County/UA:Argyll and Bute
Topographical area:HS02 Stobodhar-slate
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:NR752877 (est)
Col:36m  NR753879  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 55
(1:25k) 358N 358S


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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 4 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parking at the jetty at 754876 through the gate and cut up through the wood across from the 'new' tin barn. The rock face has a space to scramble up, rhody fest, this hill has made it in my 'don't do again' list.DavieRuts25/09/2023
13th hill of 14 today, after Cnoc an t-Samlaidh, I headed back hoping to maybe add Scotnish but I parked up and realised that Kintallan was only 139m away. So over a fence into woodland and upto the top, a lovely stone block with a not so lovely tight spruce cocooned by Rhododendron branches. Almost quite atmospheric in a Pan Labyrinth sort of way! Back the same way and then onto Scotnish as planned...Dazingdale26/05/2021
Human track runs parallel to hill on E side approx. 30m up, taking me to around 70m of the top, which is a rhoddy jungle. True summit appears to be second last tor to N, enshrouded by dead rhoddy bush and conifers. Zero view.iangpark16/07/2019