Name:An Suidhe
Hill number:8195
Height:407m / 1335ft
Parent (Ma):136  Farragon Hill
SMC/RHB Section:02A: Loch Rannoch to Glen Lyon
County/UA:Perth and Kinross
Topographical area:HC13 Schiehallion-farragon
Catchment:Tay
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:NN 92311 56452
Summit feature:no feature: ground on S edge of compound
Drop:42m
Col:365m  NN913570  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 52
(1:25k) OL49E 386E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 24 users)ByDate of Ascent
After Dunfallendy - ride up, road all the way once back on the mine road. Worth a wander into the young pines to the north for a view. Summit area used as toilet by mast workers, beware! Descent to Balechin by the roads - fast!fasgadh12/09/2023
From Pitlochry Festival Theatre CPduchally10/03/2023
From Pitlochry by Rob Roy Way. Then continued along Clunie path, back to Pitlochry.Robertgee05/12/2022
Rob Roy Way from Strathtay telephone box. Then a forestry track detour to bag An Suide. Came back to the unmissable Barite Mine Road, which gives easy if uninspiring access to both Dunfallandy Hill and Logierait Wood Hill. The latter requires a bit of a scramble past windblown trees and the scaling of a fenced stone wall, but opens up as you ascend.summitter22/06/2022
Forest tracks all the way to summit from Pitlochry theatre car park.willyross02/03/2022
From Pitlochry. What we shouldn’t have done was try to take the shortcut to follow the wall to the summit. We did. It was admittedly quite tough. Rob Roy way down was extremely muddy too. Hey Ho. All good fun. Poor GFE.Fionalevey01/01/2022
From Pitlochry Theatre car park. Up the Rob Roy Way, very wet so returned by the forest road. Spoke to an engineer working on the mast. He drove up, I walked.NormanW22/12/2020
an suidhe, dunfallandy hill, logierait wood from strathtay golf course club house cp.robertphillips20/12/2020
As part of the Clunie Walk - with AnitaAl_N09/09/2020
Up from strathtayNicky C03/08/2020
From Dunfallandy Hill, dropped down SW through large felled area (not too bad) to track then easy all the way to summit. Highest point seems to be just outside compound.alda28/08/2015
lindaross02/03/2022
Jossker23/12/2021
Simon Winton22/02/2021
Rannoch_Monkey06/06/2019
richtea504007/06/2017
alanm21/03/2016
chalky195302/11/2015
Rod M04/01/2015
Lindsay M04/01/2015
Janet M04/01/2015
sarahk21/11/2011
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