Name:Cnoc an Tighe
Hill number:11503
Height:88m / 289ft
Parent (Ma):1470  Beinn Tart a' Mhill
SMC/RHB Section:20B: Islay
County/UA:Argyll and Bute
Island:Islay
Topographical area:IJ02 Islay
Class:Tump (0-99m)
(Tu,0)
Grid ref:NR 22028 70090
Summit feature:no feature: pasture
Drop:45m
Col:43m  NR223707  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 60
(1:25k) 353W
Observations:ground 15m SE at NR 22043 70083 is probably lower
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 11 users)ByDate of Ascent
A clockwise round of 7 new Tumps from Sanaigmore; starting S down the road to Kindrochid farm. With RichardM.Minto12/05/2024
5th tump of 9 on a circuit from Sanaigmore climbing up from Eilean Mor. Two grassy mounds separated by a dip compete for the high point. Onwards to Beinn nam Fitheach...Dazingdale08/05/2024
A 15.5km round of 8 hills in the area from Sanaigmore; this the third.jonglew10/05/2022
From near Sanaigmore, #4 of 9RHW02/04/2022
From Sliabh Bhrothain. Straightforward. Down to Traigh Bhan.sclater12/10/2021
Parked the camper at the Sanaigmore memorial and headed to An Diollaid via grass track and open ground. Great coastal walk from here, taking in the airy summits of Creagan Breaca and Cnoc Uamh nam Fear. The islet of Eilean Mor added further interest, including the headstone to the 108 victims of the 1847 Exmouth Sea tragedy buried under the dunes. Returned by an ATV track across Cnoc an Tighe.summitter13/05/2021
With Debs, no dogs :-( so Tali stayed in the van. Parking at Sanaigmore. Nice looking cafe but didn't sample.Mountain Goat19/06/2018
With Jenx from memorial at Sanaigmore. All the way down the coast via Tumps and the Hump Trig to first Saligo Bay then Kilchoman.nordicstar20/08/2015
RichardM12/05/2024
mae03/04/2022
chalky195313/03/2017