|Height:||646m / 2119ft|
|Parent (Ma):||18 Stuc a' Chroin|
|RHB Section:||01B: Strathyre to Strathallan|
|County/UA:||Stirling (UA), Perth and Kinross (UA)|
|Catchment:||Catchment Boundaries, Earn, Forth|
|Watershed:||Firth of Tay, Ardlamont Point to Fife Ness, Firth of Forth|
|Class:||Simm, Graham Top|
|Grid ref:||NN 64499 14903|
|Summit feature:||no feature: grass and moss|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 57|
(1:25k) OL47W 368W
|Observations:||higher than small outcrop 15m to SE and ground 120m to NNE|
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 31 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|From Glenartney Church. Despite the notice displayed here there is limited parking further up the Glen at 697157 before the bridge. Easy ascent over Tom Odhar and from the Simm top a good view of snow covered Munros.||NormanW||12/01/2020|
|From Braeleny farm to S. Bridges extant.||mae||16/11/2018|
|meall odhar, meall na caora east top, meall na caora from braeleny biked in to the dam.||robertphillips||18/11/2017|
|From church car park in Glen Artney. Went on to complete pleasant horseshoe walk over Stuc a'Chroin & Ben Vorlich.||Lindsay M||30/10/2016|
|Unexpectedly was able to drive all the way to Braeleny Farm. Road/pipe? construction work meant dump trucks had cleared road carrying in hardcore from Callander. Another day of soft snow and continued north on ridge to include Meal na h-lolair. Main problem was crossing burn in absence of bridge shown on map - rocks heavily iced and had to use crampons for this to escape a possible soaking!||dickscroop||21/01/2015|
|Sunburn and sharp wind, good views.||iangalbraith||05/06/2011|
|Must have been walked over this top several times on way to Stuc a'Chroin.||russell61||25/09/1983|