Name:Kinsadel Hill
Hill number:8784
Height:61m / 200ft
Parent (Ma):793  Sithean Mor [Sidhean Mor]
SMC/RHB Section:10D: Mallaig to Fort William
County/UA:Highland
Topographical area:HW18 Thuilm-streap
Catchment:Morar
Class:Tump (0-99m)
(Tu,0)
Grid ref:NM 68182 91892
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:30m
Col:31m  NM679917  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 40
(1:25k) 398W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 10 users)ByDate of Ascent
By the rail underpass rom Kinsadel.Easy approach through trees and tolerable brackenColin Crawford10/06/2022
From tunnel under railway at Kinsadel House. At gate under tunnel, I was suddenly accosted by three collie dogs, barking avidly but clearly very friendly. Presume that some human was following after them and showing off woman came along who was taking them for a walk. She asked me where I was going and I said hop the wee Hill she said you're going in the wrong direction and she proceeded to act as my guide for the entire walk on a linear route over the hill down the other side and out of another culvert back to the Road Again. Also got a very interesting history lesson to Marie Mcdonald had lived in the area all her life and her mum was in that house that she now lives in and was born in 1906. She also showed me the few ruins in the forest which no one else but a local would know about of the old school which apparently was a timber structure which was abandoned in 1920 when they opened a new school in Morar. Fascinating stuff. On the north side of the hill. she found an apricot colourvegibagger22/09/2021
Parked E side of road just S of bridges over river. Under viaduct, through gate and up right, through trees to summit. Onwards to Torr Lochan a' Chleirich.Minto21/09/2021
From minor lay-by to west, under viaduct and then turn right and then right into hydro compound and out the back gate. After 300 mts turn west over moor and up hill.Campbell Singer24/10/2018
Layby from minor road to the west.robertphillips27/12/2017
From track to north by bridge over river, easy enough through small open trees and dead brackenalda01/05/2016
From track to E.chalky195321/02/2015
hill walker09/05/2018
Gavin Theobald18/03/2017
iaindbrown01/05/2016