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Name:Meall Tionail
Hill number:2977
Height:894m / 2933ft
Parent (Ma):148  Creag Mhor
RHB Section:02B: Glen Lyon to Glen Dochart and Loch Tay
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Simm, Subhump, Corbett Top
Grid ref:NN 39049 37778
Summit feature:boulder
Col:804m  NN387372  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
(1:25k) OL48W 378W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 31 users)ByDate of Ascent
A fine peak giving great views of more lofty companions.richtea504029/10/2019
After Creag Mhor from Batavaime, having cycled in. Final Corbett Top.mae15/07/2019
From the CP before Kenknock, I walked up the hydro road to the top track, leaving it at the Allt Batavaim. I passed the cargs to the left, then too the first grassy gully, weaving upwards on ramps to the ridge below Sron nan Eun, which made a scenic lunch spot. On to Creag Mhor's summit, an out-and-back to the gloriously remote viewpoint of Meall Tionail above Loch Lyon, and back to the horseshoe route and Sron nan Clach, before a long walk out, descending SW, and limboing under the deer fence where it crosses the Allt Cheathaich.Nick Down106/10/2018
Cycled into Allt Badour from car park at Kenknock then a clockwise circuit of the 2 Munros. On own.MorecambeMonkey26/06/2018
round of sron nan eun, creag mhor, stob nan clach, meall tionail from cp 1 km east of kenknock glen lochay biked in to batavaime on good tracks.robertphillips02/01/2017
North Kenknock Trek.justin99929/07/2016
Long overdue but worth the wait, lovely hill and some rare evening sunshinealda16/08/2015
Ascended from Loch Lyon into the gloom from near the farm buildings en route to Creag Mhor.Buteobuteo13/06/2015
From E, park above (SE of) dam before locked gate. Pre-dawn start, unpaved road with 2 deepish burn crossings, then up and down NE ridge, a few minor crags to avoid. Then on to Meall a'ChailRHW15/11/2014
See Beinn nam Fuaran. More or less contoured across from dealach after dropping down from Cam Chreig, no problems.dickscroop13/09/2014
Visited after Creag Mhor, and a very easy add on. A fine viewpoint. If coming in from Lochay watch the parking - usual Perthshire hostility has added 1500m to the walk in. Bikes advised.fasgadh12/11/2011
Date to confirm - on LAMM 2007 - checkpoint near here.nordicstar03/06/2007
Top, hot + sunny.Dugswell205/04/2003
carole engel02/05/2019
Dave Geere25/07/2017
Lindsay M04/09/2016
Rambling Ray17/09/2014
Pete R26/05/2012
Gavin Theobald11/12/2010
hill walker24/04/2010
Colin Crawford13/08/2006