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Name:Sron Smeur
Hill number:382
Height:513m / 1683ft
RHB Section:04B: Loch Treig to Loch Ericht
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 45182 60164
Summit feature:large boulder
Col:351m  NN454606  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 42
(1:25k) 385E
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 126 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
A surprisingly easy walk. The Road to the Isles track to just past the forestry plantation where a short vehicle track heads up the hill to get you started. Short grass, then easy deer tracks lead NE then N to dodge and contour round Meall na Mucarach to the bealach below Sron Smeur, then make your way to the top for a surprise view along the length of Loch Ericht. Easy, firm going nearly all the way, despite days of torrential rain, except for a very few short boggy patches.Gill18/08/2019
Approach from S - Ben Pharlagain, Garb Meall Mor & Meall na Meoig - a fine trio of hills with superb views of lots of Munros. Descent to E of Lochan Sron Smeur then on to Sron Smeur then descent to boggy path W of lochan. Nice day out - (17km, 800m).ger03/09/2018
3 of 3: From B846 at 446579ChrisR21/02/2018
Repeat visit on way to check out Meall Lochan Loin nan Donnlaich.chalky195330/07/2017
Warm, sunny, strong wind, great views. up track almost to fishing hut, longer but easier on the feet.iangalbraith04/05/2017
Afternoon walk from track on the Rannoch road following Leagag. Sunshine and easy going on grassy and mostly dry moorland. Great views along Loch ErichtN.Morters08/04/2017
Solo. Up over Meall na Mucarach.Dangerous Dave19/09/2016
Parked at track entrance along track to clear of woods on right then straight up boggy.robertphillips07/11/2015
Solo trip. Appalled by the environmental devastation on the Road to the Isles, consequent on the Dunan hydro scheme.Invicta1421/04/2015
En route to Pharlagain. Hadn't planned to do it first but didn't fancy wading through the spated Allt Gorman on the way out. Saved that delight for return trip. Very wet nevertheless.Martin R25/10/2014
From Loch Eigheach, up Beinn Pharlagain, then on to Sgor Gaibhre and Carn Dearg, and nabbed Sron Smeur on the way backGallovidian12/10/2014
Over from north to south on return from Meall na Meoig. Steep north face, easy sloped south face but excess of long grass, tussocks and clegs.Topographer5710/07/2014
From the south. Up track for a short distance then took a right up to the summit.AndrewFinnimore20/05/2014
With Mora, from the B846 East of Rannoch station at nn446578.BLACKHILL19/05/2014
W Jenx en route to Pharlagain. Track around to path to lochan, but a mud bath so straight onto hill and ridge for boulder summit. Caught a heavy shower on top but the boulder gave shelter! Onto Pharlagain via back country route.nordicstar03/08/2013
Start: Rannoch Station. Notes ascended after Meall na Meoigraffemeister08/06/2013
After Meall na Meoig of Beinn Pharlagain on a warm, dry day.Dugswell222/05/2012
Desperate solitary plod through thigh deep snow - took 3 hours!jimbloomer24/03/2012
Alan, Otis, Dagnis.Glenford29/12/2011
On 4-day backpack from Rannoch station to Corrour station via Fersitalistairpooler22/04/2011
First climb on an overnight backpack from Rannoch to Corrour stations.agentmancuso14/07/2008
walk in from the Rannoch road clockwise over Carn Dearg, Sgor Choinnich, Sgor Gaibhre and back south over Corbett Beinn Pharlagain and finally lower marilyn Sron Smeur. Another great solo day on the hills Munros nos. 251 & 252. I'm getting there!!vegibagger01/06/2008
Returning from Pharlagain, around W end of lochan. Large boulder on summit, also bare rocky patch.Aye Jimmy29/04/2006
Straight forward from the road and track.Eddie16/04/2004
Brisk walk on track for a mile then uphill over dry swamp and heather over M na Mucharach, down over hags and up on pathless heather and swamp to top at 14.40.arranc16/04/2000
fine summit, boggy from S, maybe better via tk & W ridge. B846 @ 453578, cross boggy slopes RHW30/01/2000
Sick Kid12/01/2020
Rod M23/06/2019
carole engel29/04/2019
Susan Bidwell15/10/2018
hill walker26/05/2018
Dave Geere13/04/2017
Simon Winton19/02/2017