Hill: Cruim Leacainn
Date: Sunday 25th July 2010
Company: Just me
Dog friendly: Hens, Sheep, Cattle and 2 Cattle grids
Time: 1Hr 20Mins
On the way home from Fort William, following Simon Parkes' Munro compleation on
Saturday 24th July, I ascended a short Sub2000ft Marilyn, located between Fort William and Spean Bridge.
I had hoped that staying below 250m would keep me out of the low cloud. Unfortunately, it didn't.
There are a couple of Parking lay-bys near the start of this walk at Achindaul Cattle Ranch.
There is a road, and then a good track, all the way to the transmitters situated a few metres below the actual summit.
Start of walk:
Looking back to car parked at roadside:
The summit of this hill is 232m, highest point of NE knoll (NN1666980742).
The trig point is at 228m, 4m lower.
View (or lack of it) from summit:
Think my brain must be getting fried with all these Sub2000ft transmitters.
I don't set out to bag transmitters, honest.
Trig point at 228m: