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Name:Meall nan Damh
Hill number:3319
Height:670.1m / 2198ft
Parent (Ma):914  Carn na Coinnich
RHB Section:12A: Kyle of Lochalsh to Garve
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Cromarty
Class:Simm, Subhump, Graham Top, Yeaman
(Tu,Sim,sHu,GT,Y)
Grid ref:NH 35307 52208
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:90m
Col:580m  NH348522  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 26
(1:25k) 431
Survey:Leica RX1250
Comments:De-twinned from hill 914 in April 2014
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 33 users)ByDate of Ascent
Last but not least of nine summits bagged today. A beauty of a hill, clear weather gave opportunity to lay in soft Heather and snooze for a while. Quite a hard day with only the wind for company. This is what it's all about.thenomad02/10/2015
Bagged Carn na Coinnich from Luipmaldrig bothy in '99 but ran back in the storm not yet knowing about 'twins' from Graham's list. Returned and bagged from bothy 01/04/2014 - continued on over Coinnich to Carn na Cre in mist as an exercise in navigation.Eddie01/04/2014
did when I did the adjacent grahamThearlaichdubh02/06/2012
RHW29/04/2011
From NH 33924 54749 and on to Meall a'Bhogair Beag East Top.Alan Moore04/05/2008
Solo Uisdean2513/08/2006
from Bhogair Bheag. Old fence posts including one small closed gate all on its own. Had to go through and close it behind! Long trudge on more of the same dropping down to final col over 12 inch heather and final flog up to top at 13.45. Large stones heaped on top of higher of 2 peaklets.arranc01/07/2006
dmckeith22/06/2019
weaselmaster17/02/2017
Sick Kid17/02/2017
NormanW30/07/2016
BaggerGutt30/05/2016
alda19/04/2014
DaveMcS17/11/2013
Tony Rogers10/07/2013
arthurm12/05/2013
RobertP02/04/2013
mae16/06/2012
Gavin Theobald03/05/2011
Jim.Fothergill09/04/2011
chalky195329/10/2009
bertbarnett12310/10/2009
iaindbrown27/03/2009
Alan Whatley26/03/2009
Tony S22/02/2009
hughbagger27/07/2008
alda15/04/2008
Lindsay M03/07/2005
Colin Crawford09/03/2005
IainT21/04/2004
johnbarnard2528/04/2002
Arctica16/04/2000
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