Name:Creag Ulladail
Hill number:9310
Height:248m / 814ft
Parent (Ma):1088  Ben Wyvis - Glas Leathad Mor
SMC/RHB Section:15B: Loch Vaich to Moray Firth
Topographical area:HN08 Wyvis-chuinneag
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NH 47091 58806
Summit feature:rock
Col:187m  NH465599  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 26
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 11 users)ByDate of Ascent
From golf course up caterpillar logging track and a final 100m push to summit, grim.BigNick18/02/2023
from sawmill following track to north of summit. foolishly followed extraction track to its highest point and then a total nightmare climbing over and thrashing through fallen trees. eventually made summit and easier? descent back to track. thankfully it was a beautiful day.grumpy16/11/2022
Contin to Strathpeffer. SW to NE traverse. Descent to the forest track at 472590 was much easier than forcing an ascent from 468583.Smudge20/12/2019
2 of 2: From Raven Rock. Fallen trees blocked my attempt from 472591. I continued on the track to 475591 and then picked a way through increasingly difficult trees to the top. This only became clear when I was almost there. A final dome with a large fallen tree. VERY difficult.ChrisR10/05/2019
Parked at Loch Kinellan and approached this via network of footpaths to the west of the top. This gets you to within c525m of top but after that it is an absolute nightmare (unless you like gorse scrub, deep heather, deep bracken and dense forestry plantation). Descended to east then down on to golf course which was slightly easier. Probably easiest way, although longer approach, will be via track running along north side. Have fun!Arctica13/04/2015
Lindsay M21/12/2019