Name:Airlig
Hill number:8125
Height:198m / 650ft
Parent (Ma):95  Beinn a' Mhanaich
RHB Section:01E: Loch Long to Loch Lomond
County/UA:Argyll and Bute
Catchment:Long & Goil, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:NS 22849 85379
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:31m
Col:167m  NS234845  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL37S OL38 347 363S
Observations:higher ground on quarry rim at NS 22868 85419 is artificial
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 40 users)ByDate of Ascent
Part of a cycle on rosneath, left the road for the forestry track, airlig is a short hop from track, as is clach maackenny, both with paths. great views.hils20/11/2023
Along with Clach MacKenny from Peaton Rd. car park.Kompass14/05/2023
From nature reserve. 1 of 3thekirkie pirate06/11/2022
Uninspiring walk from north to good viewpoints but return gave glimpses of Mam Mor trig and higher hills.lordtonult25/08/2022
From Peaton hill car park. Nice track underfoot for a wet winters day walking.colazione05/02/2022
Parked at the Peaton Hill nature reserve and walked along forestry track. Highest point may be on top of quarry or just over the fence - not sure. Good views at times to both sea lochs. Carried on to Clach MacKenny.sclater18/12/2019
From the north (NS 2255 8676), room for 2 or 3 cars. Good track all the way. Went on to Clach MacKenny on same track then made mistake of spicing it up by returning to Airlig on a direct route following wall - some very, very wet ground resulting in very, very wet feet!jonglew21/08/2019
With Clach MacKenny. Great walk and views.hillsman20/03/2018
from track to the north, track icy today.robertphillips22/01/2018
Picnic area on top - very pleasant ascent from Peaton Hill Nature Reserve car park at NS224867. Onto Clach MacKenny via forest tracksajwxyzt18/12/2017
From Clach MacKenny via moorland which is as wet as previous people have stated, though there is a very faint 4wd track for the last 600m to the summit which is a good viewpoint. Whole forest is being felled. Back to Rosneath via the good forest roadThearlaichdubh05/04/2017
New track passes very close to summit.chalky195320/08/2015
P at start of track to N. Rim of quarry is highest point. Then track to Clach MacKenny and back same way.chrisbien25/11/2014
First of four ascents, this time following Cnoc na-h Airighe. Apparently brought home a tick which ended up in one year old son's arm. Best combined with Clach MacKenny in winter conditions.campagvelocet13/08/2009
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