|Height:||642m / 2106ft|
|Parent (Ma):||20 Meall na Fearna|
|RHB Section:||01B: Strathyre to Strathallan|
|County/UA:||Perth and Kinross (UA)|
|Class:||Simm, Graham Top|
|Grid ref:||NN 68184 21573|
|Summit feature:||heathery knoll|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 51 57|
(1:25k) OL47W 368W
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 29 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|5th of 5 Simms from Ardvorlich, returning to descend by Fin Glen on a glorious day. Will have to return for the final Simm along the ridge, Beinn Fuath.||NormanW||08/11/2019|
|13 top round starting stuc gharbh finishing beinn fuath from glen artney, biked up the glen for first 6 km.||robertphillips||21/05/2017|
|A big day from tent up track from head of Glen Artney. A round of the horseshoe including Meall na Fearna, the Graham Creag na h-Eararuith and 13 graham tops. Had hoped for some bounding along on grassy ridges but only got those towards end, the rest a bit messy with peat hags, numerous bumps and tops with multiple claimants to be the high point. had some issues with the forest in crossing to south side, now partly felled and I thought I could work through the felled section on what looked like a track from above. Always a mistake, should have gone round west end as originally planned.A good day nonetheless.||dickscroop||31/07/2016|
|From NNW, up thru wood E of Finglen, lovely cool sunny start to the day, slightly messy high level traverse to Fuath. Then E-W traverse of ridge taking in 6 Simms and a Sub||RHW||10/04/2016|
|Long ridge from B. Vorlich start, return by road. Hot, cloudy, calm, good views.||iangalbraith||31/07/2013|