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Name:Meall nan Sleac
Hill number:3120
Height:800m / 2625ft
Parent (Ma):548  Sgor Gaoith
RHB Section:08A: Cairngorms
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Spey
Class:Simm, Corbett Top
(Tu,Sim,CT)
Grid ref:NN 86803 94438
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:45m
Col:755m  NN872943  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 35 36 43
(1:25k) OL57S 403S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 68 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Off the main drag descending to Feshie Bothy after a day on the tops.Eddie27/02/2019
From Ruigh-aiteachain bothy using the dull track. Nice little offshoot ridge though, with fine views to Coire GharbhlachColin Crawford25/02/2019
After round of SE Munros and tops. Dropped off to NW (couldn't face the long stony track walk out). Going good to start, then steep slope with deepening heather. Once over Allt Garbhiach, found good deer trod along northerly bank (NN 8656 9518). Once petered out, followed grassy swathes to pick up ancient track NE leading to mapped path at NN 852 964carole engel07/06/2018
From Mullach Clach a'Bhlair. Descended into the glen of the Allt Coire Chaeil and took the east ridge up to the summit cain. Then descended back into Glen Feshie. With DB and RP.Man of Kernow121/05/2018
From Achlean then easily up the bulldozed track to the cloud free summit although the base was not much above the summit. On the return I went up Meall nan sleac then North West to join the path about a mile South of Achlean. With the short cut I caught a couple of lads up that I had met when I was a mile from the summit as they descending. They gave me a weird look. 11.5 miles in 3 hrs 55 mins.isabelle01/06/2017
On Moine Mhor and last of 3 great sunny winter daysAJones15/03/2015
Part of a long day from the bothy including Leth-Creag, a deleted Munro top and Cnapan Mor (Corbett). Intervening Glen Eidart looked unvisited by man. Thigh deep wade back across the river to re-ascend Dealth Coire Eindart after heavy rain previous day/night.dickscroop04/10/2014
Solo.Dangerous Dave01/10/2013
Mullach Clach a'Bhlair, Meall nan Sleac, NT and Carn Ban More from Auchlean.rhalstead28/06/2013
Auchlean - Meall nan Sleac - Mullach Clach a' Bhlair - Meall Dubhag - Carn Ban Mor - Sgor Gaoith - Carn Ban Mor - Allt Fhearnagan - Auchlean.davidpettit8404/01/2013
KeithByTheC11/08/2012
Done soloAimless Rambler21/05/2012
CJM28/02/2011
Climbed from Glen Feshie ,torkm02/08/2009
With two friends. After ascending Mullach Clach a' Bhlàir we continued on a vehicle track N and then NW. This track is quite substantial. We descended, making a diversion up the east ridge of Meall nan Sleac where we found a path up to the top. We continued down the track to the glen bottom and another track back to the bothy.pwbellarby16/11/2007
Minor summit passed on way to Clach a'Bhlair.Aye Jimmy28/07/1994
on 16 mile classic from Achlean to the Glen Feshie Munros- see Mullach Clach a'Bhlair and Sgor Gaoith for full accounts. On no account miss this summit on a good day, for the view of the water-worn chasm of Coire Garbhalach. One can appreciate the huge mass of ice held in the basin above here, and the force of the water during the sudden melt at the end of the last ice advance. With brother, Petepwheeler22/05/1994
Ascended on the descent from Mullach Clach a'Bhlair. From here followed tracks and then road to Kingussie.JohnW22/10/1978
anne336606/10/2018
GaryJones06/07/2018
Tony S30/06/2018
BaggerGutt10/06/2018
chrispine21/01/2018
ajwxyzt21/10/2017
Gallovidian02/09/2017
alda25/07/2017
thelonious22/06/2017
Ibex15/09/2016
Steve Q03/11/2015
buggerlugs25/05/2015
Moorponder12/10/2014
mae30/06/2014
gary198107/06/2014
IainK11/01/2014
Kevin2903515/06/2013
hill walker21/09/2012
Rockdoctor12/05/2012
Alastair S29/01/2012
Meagaidh08/01/2012
Charli Wisbey30/12/2011
m0untain_n0mad05/09/2010
Gavin Theobald07/08/2010
BlackPanther05/07/2010
alanm30/08/2009
geoffreycurnock03/06/2009
ngthack21/05/2009
chalky195312/05/2009
Sandman22/04/2009
gra234401/03/2009
Edwin Gradwell29/05/2008