North Barrule, Point 533, Beinn Rein, Clagh Ouyr, Point 336.
I started from the hairpin and headed up Elfin Glen. I followed the lower path, the upper one is more direct but not as scenic.
The upper path is joined after a dip to a bridge crossing the stream and then a short reascent.
Continuing up the track towards the Mountain Road North Barrule came into sight.
On reaching the busy road I decided against walking up it to reach the stile and signpost at the picnic spot about 0.5km away and instead walked about 100m down the road and crossed to an old iron gate which gave access to fields around the tholtan of Park Mooar.
The wind was bitter and gale force along the ridge over Point 533 and Beinn Reins but the skies were for the most part clear.
I then followed the track east through the heather and mud before dropping into Glen Auldyn just below the Black Pool.
I then walked down the glen and took the Crossags path back to the hairpin.
16km and 587m in 4 hours.