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Farragon Hill

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Farragon Hill is the highest point of the rough moors between Aberfeldy and Loch Tummel. Its prominent summit is most usually reached by a rough walk from the end of the track to the Foss Baryte mines.

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Region: Perthshire

Altitude: 783 metres

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Detailed route description and map

Meall Tairneachan and Farragon Hill via the Foss mine track

Other routes and challenges

Though usually climbed with its neighbour as described above, Farragon Hill could be approached from the top of numerous tracks which climb high from the Strath Tay side of the hill, or one from lower Loch Tummel, but the final stretch would be rough and steep.

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Panoramic summit view (click to open)




Users' walk reports for Farragon Hill

There are 548 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Farragon Hill. They have contributed 22 public walk reports including this summit. These are ordered below with the most popular ones first. The rightmost column shows how many summits were included in their report, which may help you to find the most relevant reports.

Title AuthorDate walked LikesHills
  04/04/2015  6 C3
  02/02/2013  5 C2
  11/02/2018  4 C2
  02/02/2013  3 C2
  09/03/2014  2 C4
  09/12/2011  2 C2
  23/04/2015  1 C2
  03/11/2013  1 C2
  29/08/2013  1 C2
  16/06/2013  1 C2
  03/01/2013  1 C2
  18/11/2012  1 C2
  25/03/2012  1 C1
  31/07/2016  0 C2
  05/07/2016  0 C2
  01/11/2014  0 C2
  03/05/2014  0 C1
  10/11/2013  0 C2
  15/09/2012  0 C2
  31/08/2012  0 C1
  16/06/2011  0 C2
  24/04/2010  0 C2

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