After a wonderful walk up Beinn Tharsuinn, I decided to cross the B9176 to ascend the Sub2000ft Marilyn, Cnoc an t-Sabhail.
I parked in the Strathrory car park and set off along the track at the end of the car park.
Information sign at Strathrory car park:
I followed the good quality track for circa 1.5km before leaving the main track to follow a track running alongside Loch Sheilah.
Cnoc an t-Sabhail:
Loch Sheilah is a nice wee loch.
Track alongside Loch Sheilah:
After following this track for just over 2km, I reached the edge of the forest and a six-feet deer fence. I then ascended the hill alongside the edge of the forest – no need to climb over the deer fence.
Ascent along edge of forest:
On reaching the top of the fence, I followed a wide firebreak for a couple of hundred metres before then taking a smaller firebreak which led towards the summit. The summit has no feature – centre of wide firebreak.
Summit of Cnoc an t-Sabhail:
From the summit, I took a short detour to the other end of the wide firebreak where I found a strange pole – possibly once a transmitter?
Strange pole at other end of wide firebreak:
I then returned to the car via the same route.
Looking across towards Beinn Tharsuinn from Cnoc an t-Sabhail: