Name:Creag a' Chapuill
Hill number:4840
Height:282m / 925ft
Parent (Ma):1388  Carn Duchara
SMC/RHB Section:19A: Oban to Loch Fyne
County/UA:Argyll and Bute
Topographical area:HS01 Chapull-duchara
Catchment:Add, Awe, Catchment Boundaries
Watershed:Greater Loch Linnhe
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Yeaman
(Hu,Tu,2,Y)
Grid ref:NM 85544 02363
Summit feature:rocky knoll
Drop:123m
Col:159m  NM855033  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 55
(1:25k) 358N 360S
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
Seemed like a long way in rain from Dun Chonallaich, over sometimes tussocky ground, though animal tracks helped in places. Good viewpoint. Descended to a wall, then followed a second wall down to a track towards Auchinellan. Skirted around the wood back to the road to Ford.LizH29/03/2023
From the overgrown grassy track to the West. After short walk through trees, hill looks impressive and rocky but easy enough from North slopes.NormanW15/06/2022
From Auchinellan, carried on to Creag an Taibh.DavieRuts11/10/2020
16th and final 16 on a 25.2km circuit from Ford, climbing Dun Chonnalaich North top, Dun Chonnalaich, A'Bheinn, Creag nam Fitheach, Cnocan Dubha, Cnocan Druim an Rathaid, Barr an Daimh, Cnoc Creach Northern top, Cnoc Creach, Creag Mhor,Ant-Sron, Cnoc Poltalloch, Creag a' Chromain, Barr Sailleach and Am Barr, heading Nne to drop onto a good track, following it past the formidable crags then heading South-East through mature woodland and then South on easier grassy slopes to the top, recording 280m @ NM 85544 02365. Descent NE to reach fenceline, following it SE then heading Ese to reach stream South of Auchinellan, crossing it then onto road, following it back to Ford. What a day!Dazingdale09/05/2019
Forest track, short forest thrash then fun scramble up rocks and rakes to pleasing rocky knoll, apparently also a hillfort. HP at embedded cairn. gusty windy with sunny spellsDenise 17/04/2018
From east road as west road being resurfaced. No sign of little Doug's footprints.Martin R08/06/2015
Climbed up from the B840 to the east over 3 fences and a small wall and relatively dry underfoot. Then walked back to Torran Bay Hostel.Dugswell207/06/2015
Dreich afternoon but had to get a hill in on the day of the dinner.Alex C06/06/2015
Parked at cattle grid at road 100m NE of Creganterve Beg road. Turn left immediately after 1st dwelling and then fork R after 100m on the track which heads N for 700m before final steepish ascent.jimbloomer26/06/2014
see my notes for Dun Dubh. Silly not to do 2 of them. Clockwise leaves wet feet till last.Thearlaichdubh03/11/2013
282m, rocky knoll. From NW, park at forest entr opposite. Boggy start, jump deep burn, 1 fence/wall RHW05/11/2011
Tom Mundell08/04/2023
Trekking toes08/04/2023
Noah Hyslop08/04/2023
PeterAH29/03/2023
Kiltie21/10/2021
mae30/11/2019
Lindsay M07/10/2018
RichardM17/04/2018
AndyS25/04/2017
softsquare31/12/2016
bjewing07/06/2015
iaindbrown06/06/2015
Alan Whatley07/05/2014
Colin Crawford09/07/2012
ajwxyzt05/11/2011
GordonAdshead23/04/2011
chalky195315/10/2003