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Name:Glas Mheall Mor
Hill number:1013
Height:979m / 3212ft
Parent (Ma):1003  An Teallach - Bidein a' Ghlas Thuill
Parent (SMC):1003  An Teallach - Bidein a' Ghlas Thuill
RHB Section:14A: Loch Maree to Loch Broom
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Little Broom
Class:Hump, Simm, Munro Top, Murdo, Yeaman
Grid ref:NH 07622 85364
Summit feature:small cairn
Col:878m  NH069848  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 19
(1:25k) 435N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 213 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Along the ridge from the West Top. Solo. Back the same way then an easy walk down to Dundonell.Dangerous Dave24/06/2019
Weather fair.MountainMac05/06/2018
An Teallach Munros and Tops from Corrie HallieGeoff Briggs04/06/2018
With TatianaGrimpeur123419/05/2018
an teallach traverse 2 munros and 7 tops ACW from dundonnell down to corrie hallie, biked back to dundonnell.robertphillips20/08/2017
neil hutton31/05/2017
An Teallach traverse from Corrie Hallie, with detours to the Munro Topsdavidpettit8430/05/2013
CK SheilaS22/04/2011
self (An Teallach)davidsbatty31/05/2010
with Ken from Dundonnell, slight diversion from route to both Munros. Brief glimpse of some cliffs and coire below but in cloud all day with no views.niallp23/05/2009
Completeing both Munros and all tops. 28.3km, 2560 accent, 12hr. (Oringal set off to complete the Fisherfield)JamesSDonald17/08/2007
On attempt of all Munros and tops in 2007ancient brit05/08/2007
Final Munro day, bagged this top walking up from Dundonnell Hotel car park, with MVW -nordicstar29/05/2005
rocky rounded ridge with sheep on day of visit - must eat rocksWhithaugh19/07/2004
And 06/10/2018chrispine15/07/2004
with Ant plus Alison Richardson, an anticlockwise circuit over Sail Liath, Stob Cadha Gobhlach, up a gully on to the Corrag Bhuihe pinnacles, Lord Berkleys seat, Sgurr Fiona, Bidean a'Ghlas Thuill and finally north to Glas Meall Morvegibagger30/05/2004
Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill and 2 Tops.PGCE24/02/2004
See Sgurr Fionadickscroop12/08/2003
Sunny, warm, good views.iangalbraith19/06/2000
Date unknown paulsross01/01/2000
Last Munro Top of the day. A direct descent towards Corrie Hallie proved quite gripping, down very steep grass and short heather. Then passed a fine waterfall and dense rhododendrons. Superb day on the hills!Aye Jimmy31/07/1995
Clockwise An Teallach round from Destitution Road.Eddie02/05/1994
With a friend. A large amount of snow on the hills. We walked up the path which starts at Auchtascailt. This path climbs up very rough ground. The map shows the path going up Meall Garbh but we found ourselves going towards the upper part of the Allt a’ Mhuilinn, still on a path, though it was indistinct in parts. This provided a more direct route to where we were heading, so we kept to it, We left the burn and went up the hillside at an angle to the direct fall line to reach the col between Glas Mheall Mòr and the minor top to the WSW. I went alone to the summit of Glas Mheall Mòr and back. We crossed over the minor top and ascended steeply to the summit of Bidein a’ Ghlas Thuill and continued to Sgurr Fiona. There was much snow and we took it in turns to break trail. We considered going round Bidein a’ Ghlas Thuill to the NW but decided it would be easier to retrace our steps, which we did.pwbellarby17/10/1993
On a traverse of An Teallach as far as Sgurr Fiona, using the classic path from the Dundonnell Hotel.pwheeler31/05/1989
With John from Dundonnel hotel again, but this time did the round and dropped back to Corrie Hallie where Louise picked us up. Great walk - suspect the mist helped me tackle the drops! SS27/05/1989
With: hb ag hg; Met Ann & Helen in Ullapool so climbed AnT with them. Coire Hallie CP up to Sail Liath then Corrag Bhuidhe to LBS & Sgurr Fiona. Then up to Bidian a'Ghlas Thuill & descended via Glas Meall Mor to pick up tops missed last time. Stunning dayIan Baines31/05/1988
With: ib ag hg; Helen Baines31/05/1988
Traverse of An Teallach from Dundonnel to Corrie Hallierjf3523/04/1988
On a round of Sail Liath, Stob Cadha Gobhlach, Corrag Bhuidhe, Sgurr Fiona, Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill and Glas Mheall Mor.PeterD12/06/1987
See Sgurr Fiona (An Teallach)gerrybowes17/04/1987
Last of the day before descending to the waterfall with GB.bolton17/04/1987
An Teallach traverse RHW31/05/1986
Uni friends in powdery snow and cloud and spindrift from Dundonnell.Chris Pearson03/04/1986
With Rhona Fraser. From Dundonnell up path and then following burn and ascending west of crags to reach Glas Mheal Mor, Bidein a’ Ghlas Thuill. We went along many minor tops to Ghas Mheall Liath. We went back to Bidein a’ Ghlas Thuill. I raced out to Sgurr Creag an Eich (omitted by Rhona) and then Sgurr Fiona. We reached Lord Berkeley’s Seat, the pinnacle next to it, and Corrag Buidhe. There was some fun on the descent here! We went on to Cadha Gobhlach and Sail Liath. We missed out Corrag Buidhe Buttress by mistake. We descended via the Shenavall track. It was warm and sunny all day with clouds high. There were good views in all directions.pwbellarby16/07/1983
MM, PD, GH Uisdean2520/06/1982
Ascended on the way down from Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill.JohnW04/06/1982
NM, BR, CS, GR (Lairig) Uisdean2514/02/1981
IRA-OC Uisdean2503/10/1976
Date (even year possibly) approximate - during family holiday. With Ian (I think), leaving others and dog below. dbb01/08/1960
carole engel23/09/2018