Name:Cnoc a' Loch na Muilne
Hill number:12730
Height:43m / 141ft
Parent (Ma):none
SMC/RHB Section:24A: Lewis and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Na h-Eileanan Siar [Western Isles]
Island:Eilean Chaluim Chille
Topographical area:LH07 Seaforth-shiant
Class:Tump (0-99m), SIB
(Tu,0,SIB)
Grid ref:NB 38969 21516
Summit feature:ground within 2m of cairn on outcrop
Drop:43m
Col:Sea
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 14
(1:25k) 457
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
At low tide (2.3m) still about 0.5m water so waded across but seemed risky to go to any other summits. Seems to need <2m tide which is different from what others have said. LT also seemed slightly earlier than Stornoway or Tarbert, which surprised me. Be prepared to wade!govanah10/09/2023
Parked by telephone box in Cromer. Followed track to tidal causeway at nb390212. Crossed at hw- 1.5. Causeway is wide and well built . At low water on return was 2 m above water level . Some paths on island but lots of heather. Slab in grass with nice views at summit. Interesting ruins- old chapel.Denise 08/05/2023
With Bolton, CJM & DRS.ger14/09/2022
From Cromer. With Phil, Reg & Dave S. Crossed causeway 1h 55m before LW, one day after springs, HOT 2.1m at time of crossing.CJM14/09/2022
Parked in 'village' by phone box and walked 2 hours before low tide on causeway the right to the top.DRS14/09/2022
From parking at the telephone box. We crossed the causeway just under 2 hours before low tide. A path of sorts leads NE. With CM and Ger.bolton14/09/2022
Non-revisit log: Alan Whatley crossed causeway 2h15 before low spring tide, ankle deep - in wetsuit - can't be too careful :-) Drove gated road to waters edge at Cro Beag.RHW18/05/2019
6th of 8 tumps and SIBs after parking in Cromor. Causeway well clear 40mins before a low spring tide.jonglew20/09/2016
Heather s side of cairn, separated from crois at tide only. Engebret RIB, seaweedy landing by tender near causeway. Lots of sheep. A day bagging Erisort islandsRHW16/06/2016
Engebret RIB, seaweedy landing by tender near causeway then Crois Eilean before the more vegetated Eilean Chaluim Chille.Dugswell216/06/2016
with englebretThearlaichdubh16/06/2016
With Bev, had to wait for the causeway to unfloodsimon and co26/04/2016
Adrian212/09/2023
RichardM08/05/2023
Dave McG27/05/2022
Tricky24/02/2020
Alan Whatley18/05/2019
AndyS10/05/2019
chalky195316/06/2016
jimbloomer16/06/2016
Adrian16/06/2016
bjewing16/06/2016
Sherlock16/06/2016