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Name:Meall Ton Eich
Hill number:2982
Height:815m / 2674ft
Parent (Ma):149  Meall nan Tarmachan
RHB Section:02B: Glen Lyon to Glen Dochart and Loch Tay
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Class:Simm, Corbett Top
Grid ref:NN 55410 38854
Summit feature:white stone
Col:751m  NN557383  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 51
(1:25k) OL48W 378W
Observations:ground c 50m NNW is probably lower
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 36 users)ByDate of Ascent
Hot day, great walk. Drove up the Glen Lochay hydro road as far as possible then followed the old drovers road across meadow, railroad sleepers and steel girders to the ghost village of Shielings, then an easy steady ascent along the southern ridge of Beinn nan Oighreag. Took a direct easterly descent to, the probably boggy most of the year, Lairig Bhreislich, which was straightforward in super dry conditions, to enable an assault on the northern ridge of Meall Ton Eich. From there it was onwards to Creag na Caillich, giving a spectacular view of the Tarmachan ridge. But, we headed home via the less dramatic but equally undulating Creag na Caillich west and the two Meall Dhuin Croisg tops. A westwards descent got us back to the drovers track and the eventual mid-summer delights of an ice-cold diet coke and choc-ice in Killin.summitter30/05/2020
Drove up tarmac track to end S of first summit: Meall Dhuin Croisg; Meall Ton Eich; Beinn nan Oighreag; Creag an Talabhein; Cam Creag. Return stalkers path looks good on map but barely exists on ground which resulted in a lot of deep heather and bracken when I lost the line.dickscroop20/08/2018
Still winter up therealda29/03/2018
traverse from killin power station to the north end of lochan na lairige,meall dhuin croisg, meall dhuinn croisg east top, meall ton eich,creag na caillich,beinn nan eachan, beinn nan eachan east top, meall garbh,meall nan tarmachan, meall nan tarmachan SE top,meall nan tarmachan east top, meall nan tarmachan NE top, creag an lochain, cycled downhill back to the power station.robertphillips30/10/2016
Tarmachan Ring.justin99928/07/2016
Hot, sunny, calm, cloudless, good views.iangalbraith27/03/2012
With Gavin Rees.Dangerous Dave23/09/2006
Day after met Jenx, repeat Tarmachans and descend after this hillnordicstar08/10/2005
Simon Winton15/06/2020
Lindsay M01/10/2017
Dave Geere30/04/2016
Steve Q08/05/2012
Mr Apples16/08/2009
Gavin Theobald25/07/2009
Colin Crawford18/01/2007
Martin R03/04/2005