Name:Beinn na Lice
Hill number:1412
Height:428m / 1404ft
RHB Section:19B: Knapdale and Kintyre
County/UA:Argyll and Bute
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (North)
Watershed:Mull of Kintyre to Rattray Head
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,4,Y)
Grid ref:NR 60277 08539
Summit feature:large cairn 7m NW of trig point
Drop:221m
Col:207m  NR601131  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 68
(1:25k) 356S
Survey:Abney level
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A quick walk up Beinn na Lice from the car park before heading over to Torr Mor and down to Sron UamhaHeather TS20/03/2024
From cattle grid. Used fence as hand rail. Sea fog. Dear dont seem bothered. Returned same way.VerySlowPlodder18/03/2024
Here for the trigpoint. TP:UK log: Tiring ground. Pillar sits just off the hill summit, on far side of a large cairn.thejackrustles13/08/2023
From CP at the end of the road to the lighthouse on the south west of the Mull of Kintyre. Fortunately after weeks without rain the ground was quite dry.Newton Maximus14/06/2023
From parking at road end to SW, deer didnít seem bothered by appearance, up to trig and cairn. Came back to col to south and up track to Tor Mhor.PeterD11/06/2023
short walk up side of fence. indistinct pathjef09/06/2023
6th of 7 hills on a 10 mile traverse from St. Columbas church car park near Keil, continuing from Corr Bhan back to near the fenceline with a short place where I had to detour but then following fenceline to Trig pillar and large cairn in misty and windy conditions. Descent South carefully to road passing Charles Everett's car and heading for the final tump of Torr Morr....Dazingdale19/05/2023
Parked at end of road. Took a direct line over rough ground. On to Torr Mhor after, then down to the lighthouse and back for a 7km round.jonglew16/05/2023
1 of 2: From the car park. With Karen.ChrisR27/07/2022
From the car park, quick up and down, then down to the lighthouse and back up.JulieB22/04/2022
From parking at end of public road to Mull of Kintyre lighthouse (having walked down to the lighthouse and back), more or less directly up to summit, descended following line of old fence to cattle grid on the road, then back to parking (which is probably a better route)kdbennett23/07/2021
From Mull of Kintyre car park. Easy out and back after walk down to lighthouse, very much in clag.quadbarrel28/05/2021
Easy walk from car park. Excellent views.Winterfloodian26/05/2021
Long drive for a short walk. Car park full!daviemore22/09/2020
From car park at end of road. Not too wet todayLionel Bidwell20/03/2020
Easy enough from the car park.DavieRuts28/04/2019
A quick tick from the end of the road. Hazy when we did it so not much of a view.mindlessflogger24/04/2019
From the car park. A very short but rough tramp to the trig. Visited the Chinook memorial later. Solo. Great views of Antrim, Donegal, Islay, Jura, Gigha, Arran and Ailsa Craig.bolton12/09/2018
Had an afternoon to kill after getting off the ferry from Islay. Grotty day, thought my best chance would be down Kintyre as a weather system slowly moved away. Mist not so much rolling in as firmly rooted. Waited and waited, eventually got a rain free but viewless bag, very wet under foot. Too late to bag any more Marilyns.Owen B26/08/2018
Nipped up with Elizyanne in the mist (no view) from the Gap CP before a wedding in CampbeltownGmacT04/08/2018
Lovely wee hill but in the clag. Glad I saw Ireland when I went down to the car park!elizyanne04/08/2018
From the car park at The Gap.Chris Peart29/06/2018
Take a nit comb. Soft spongy vegetables all the way so I'm awfully glad it's only a short walk from the Mull of Kintyre car park. Views are not as good as you might hope.Gill14/05/2018
Weather fair.MountainMac28/04/2018
From lighthouse/road end car park.... wild gale force winds... at least no mist rolling in...N.Morters16/03/2018
1/6.PGCE04/08/2017
The Gap - Summit (& Trig) - The Gap - Track down to the Mull of Kintyre Lighthouse (& Fog Horn) then back up to the Gap.briandavies25/04/2017
Solo HFB16/07/2016
An easy run from the car parking area up to the Torr Mor road, ticked Torr Mor then back down and up the otherside To Beinn Na Lice then down in almost a straight line to the Chinook Memorial then a beasting jogging up the road back to the car park.Shutterlag04/05/2016
Easy top from carpark at end of public road, done after visiting lighthouse. Great viewpoint.clashcityrocker19/04/2016
Southend circular.Smudge13/02/2016
Atmospheric. Mists rolled in from the sea, followed by a snow storm and rainbow. Great experience.jenx07/01/2016
With Jenx from road to South, by cattle grid. Short ascent thru heather and grass. Mist rolled in from sea as in the McCartney song, then after brilliant sun on way up road a massive hailstorm on way back, glad to be back at car!nordicstar07/01/2016
with renee from the CG good views to NI.robertphillips28/08/2015
12.15 with Chris Watson. Great views across to northern Ireland, Rathlin island.vegibagger09/06/2015
From C.P. After visiting lighthouse. Tussocky, but mainly dry. Cairn and Trig . Great views to Antrim, Ailsa Craig and Ayrshire. Date approx.The Captain14/07/2014
Up from the C.P across the moor and back in an hour. Then went up Torr Mor.Play2End02/05/2013
From car park at the top of the lighthouse road - then visited the lighthouse to get the full ascent effect!summitsup27/09/2012
One of my favourite campervan spots in the UK. What a view!AndrewFinnimore18/06/2012
Easy quickie from the road end above the lighthouse. Rough moorland but no bother. Very good views of Antrim.fasgadh28/04/2012
From Mull of Kintyre road end. Wonderful sunset over Antrim.Topographer5705/11/2011
Quick bag from south with Alison Fox, Bob Taylor and Richard Spiers then off to bag the lighthouse and memorial...much harder...GR8 views of Northern Ireland 12 miles away...dry with touch of mist on top.Dugswell227/08/2011
From road end, sunny, frozen and light winds. Good views.iangalbraith19/01/2011
Mist, I coud'na see mair that 50 feet, then almost back at the car park and the sun came out!Moore10019/07/2010
petey03/05/2010
ran up from road,11 mins up and down!tom smith24/03/2009
Alan and OtisGlenford21/12/2007
On my Mull of Kintyre to Fraserburgh walkBLACKHILL01/05/2007
Went up in the mist from layby next to acesss road to communications mast. As I descended the cloud lifted and beautiful views to Ireland, Sanda and Ailsa Craig were revealed.andy12/02/2007
at end of Kintyre Wayoatcake06/06/2006