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Name:Meall Mheinnidh
Hill number:1032
Height:722m / 2369ft
RHB Section:14A: Loch Maree to Loch Broom
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Ewe, Catchment Boundaries, Little Gruinard
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NG 95498 74833
Summit feature:cairn
Col:495m  NG962738  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 19
(1:25k) 433
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 143 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Beinn Airigh Charr. Descent from BAC not too bad, but I found the ascent hard work in the warm, cloudless weather. No path and rough, lumpy terrain. Once off the mountain a long walk back to Poolewe via Kernsary on generally excellent paths and tracks (except rather wet and muddy through the forest).Owen B25/08/2019
From Letterewe Lodge via Bealach Mheinnidh KeithByTheC30/07/2019
Cycled from Poolewe as far as Loch an Doire Crionach, as the path from the Kernsary wood has been upgraded and is ridable with care. Nice wild feel and mostly reasonable underfoot. Great vies of Fionn Loch and the surrounding mts. Could see An Teallach hazily.IanHHill15/08/2018
1 of 6: From Poolewe.ChrisR25/05/2017
On return to Poolewe from Ben LairMichaelF19/05/2017
Continuation from Beinn Lair. Fairly short and easy ascent from Bealach Mheinnidh to the summit. Wonderful views in all directions from the top particularly across to Fisherfield.bowlesy17/05/2017
See Beinn LairPeterb17/05/2017
Beinn Lair and Meall Mheinnidh on a completely perfect day. What could be nicer?Gill09/05/2017
CK SheilaS21/04/2017
Staying (both nights) at Carnmore stable, midgy start of the day but clearing later once once on Beinn Lair. No view from Meall Mheinnidh though.Grinner21/08/2016
a rewarding climb in improving conditions. Good views from topoatcake03/06/2016
From Poolewe. Odd omission from previous Letterewe visits.Martin R06/10/2015
Climbed from Beinn Lair and down steep, craggy north side in good visibility.Campbell Singer09/05/2015
W Jenx after long walk in on calm cloudy day from Poolewe. Dropped sacs near Loch and scaled Ben Lair via sub top to large cairn. Bagged Meall Mheinnidh before back to sacs and Carnmore barn for three nights. Big storm overnight to Sunday! Glad of solid roof!nordicstar21/09/2013
round of 3 beinn lair, meall mheinnidh, beinn airgh charr cycled from poolewe to kernsary then good paths to summits, long day.robertphillips07/09/2013
Solo Uisdean2505/08/2013
MC. See description for Beinn Lair.Martin6615/08/2010
Walk from Inverewe camp site. Down to bridge, on Inveran track to Kernsary, by passing swamp min forest and out to get view of hill ahead. Up into U bend in path, up on deer grass slopes under steep black rocky crags and to top at 13.00. Mist - no view. 8 1/2 hrs to start.arranc09/07/2006
From PooleweBLACKHILL06/06/2005
From Carnmore rough shelter.Eddie26/05/2001
Graham bagging: Kinlochewe - Beinn a' Mhuinidh - Lochan Fada - Meall Mheinnidh - Kinlochewe RHW01/02/1998
Second day of two day expedition from Poolewe to Incheril. With Rhona Fraser and George Gilpin. The weather was good with blue sky and bits of cloud only. We set off at 06:20, ascending the broad south western slopes to reach the summit of Meall Mhèinnidh at 07:15. There were good views to Fionn Loch, Dubh Loch and the causeway dividing them, A Mhaighdean etc. We descended to Bealach Mhèinnidh passing a nicely situated small loch.pwbellarby07/08/1994
Johnny Corbett10/06/2019
Sick Kid04/06/2019
Tom Mundell18/05/2019
sarah mundell18/05/2019
hill walker12/05/2019
GavinTheobald 206/06/2018
Dave McG01/05/2017
Erik B01/05/2017
Simon Winton08/10/2016
Sick Kid29/08/2015