Name:Cnoc an Leathaid Bhuidhe
Hill number:9441
Height:368m / 1207ft
Parent (Ma):1206  Canisp
SMC/RHB Section:16F: Lochinver to Ullapool
County/UA:Highland
Topographical area:HN05 Benmore-quinag
Catchment:Inver, Catchment Boundaries, Kirkaig
Class:Tump (300-399m)
(Tu,3)
Grid ref:NC 23103 15319
Summit feature:boulder 5m SW of cairn
Drop:69m
Col:299m  NC228147  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 15
(1:25k) 439E 442E
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 10 users)ByDate of Ascent
Gallovidian26/05/2022
salen30/08/2020
From Elphin, track to river with sturdy footbridge shown on OSM but not OS, tussocky beyond at least for first couple of hills, plenty divers overhead. From Mhadaidh, steep tussocky trench to cross to NE side, to Braclaich and Mhuthaich, path, easy paddle to climb this hill, revisited Hump then down ridge to join path and back along road to Elphin.RHW20/04/2019
From Layby at N end of Loch Awe in pouring rain. Boggy tussocky terrain to boulder near quartzite cairn within outcrops and grass. Lots of deer baying eerily in the gloom.Denise 13/10/2018
From the NE initially along the S bank of Loch Gruagaich then up grass/heather hillside to summit cairn. Raining, calm, mild, wet.RichardM13/10/2018
From Canisp. A lot of awkward quartzite to hike over.Alan Moore13/05/2018
Martin R31/05/2016
Detour on way back from Canisp to Loch Awe parking spot.Smudge16/04/2015
chalky195319/05/2012
Adrian26/03/2012