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Tom Bailgeann 464m (1522ft)

Summit Feature: Trig point note: trig point about 0.75m higher than cairn 100m NW at NH 58767 29544 (Survey: Abney level)
Classification: Hill Trigpoint, Hump, Marilyn, P30 Tump, Yeaman.
OS Grid Ref: NH588294 (10 figure Grid Ref: NH5884029481).
UK Area: 09 - 0 Glen Albyn and the Monadh Liath (OS Maps 1:50k 26,35. 1:25k 417.)
Latitude: 57.333921, Longitude: -4.346587, Height: 464 metres (1522 feet)
Prominence: 242 metres (794 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0464.P (DoBIH Hill ID: 654)

Associated Trigpoint:
  TP5931 'Tom Bailgeann' Grid Ref: NH5884029480 Separation: 1m from Hill grid ref.

Associated Child Hill(s):
   Ashie Moor (278m, p41);    Beinn a'Bhathaich (456m, p105);    Carn an Dubh-ghlaic (350m, p39);    Carn an Fheadain (441m, p50);    Cnoc Cas-bhearnach (203m, p34);    Creag a'Chlachain (365m, p138);    Creag Shoilleir (302m, p49);    Cromal Mount (46m, p34);    Druim Dhubh (92m, p38);    Drumnacreich (44m, p36);    Dundavie (294m, p60);    Tom Bailgeann West Top (423m, p42);    Torr an Daimh (273m, p31);

External Links for Tom Bailgeann:
-GeoHack link... -OS Map Bing link... -Google Map link... -Geograph link... -Tom Bailgeann on hill-bagging.co.uk... -Tom Bailgeann on trigpointinguk.com...

Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills

Selected mapping: Google or Bing / Ordnance Survey

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Tom Bailgeann has been climbed by...

AndrewFinnimore Aqueously90 assynt_bob Chalky1953 chriswatson clochandighter Colin Crawford cuillin hils HochMcGandy iaindbrown IainT Jim Mount Jim.Fothergill Lindsay M malky_c nordicstar NormanW oakesave patrickbkerr rhw RichTea Sandman thejackrustles thelonious tundraboy vegibagger

 

Total = 1 Tom Bailgeann hills
Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills


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