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Name:Meall Breac
Hill number:4089
Height:710.5m / 2331ft
Parent (Ma):445  Ben Vrackie
RHB Section:06B: Pitlochry to Braemar and Blairgowrie
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Simm, Graham Top
Grid ref:NN 96346 64252
Summit feature:no feature
Col:678.7m  NN 9627 6408  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 43
(1:25k) OL49E 386E
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 29 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Moulin to Meall an Daimh, and after Meall Breac on to Carn Geal. 15.4k. Light covering of snow .NormanW09/01/2020
From tent 100 metres or so up the track by the memorial. Followed this for some way then lost it but found another path (this one not on the map) which took a higher, better line to east of Carn Geal(Ct) summit then directly up this on decent ground. All in cloud which continued along ridge to Meall Breac(Gt). Cloud cledared by now form pleasant and gentle crossing to Crungie Clach(Gt). Dropped west of south to cross stream and join forest edge, up firebreak and down forest track back to road.On drop down to stream came across a Red Deer skull with very impressive set of antlers still attached. Large but in poor condition, obviously a couple of years old at least.dickscroop19/05/2019
7 top round from parking at moulin, creag bhreac, meall na h aodainn moire, meall uaine, meall an daimh, meall breac, carn geal, carn dubh, down to the masts to pick up the bike for a downhill cycle back to moulin.robertphillips06/05/2019
Pitlochry-Creag Bhreac-Ben Vrackie-Carn Geal-Meall Breac-Meall an Daimh-Meall na h-Aodainn Moire-Meall Uaine-Pitlochrycampagvelocet23/10/2017
Along ridge from Ben Vrackie.Phaedra29/10/2016
Good forecast was rubbish, could not see a thing, rain turned to snow on top but surveyed it anywayalda04/12/2014
nice grassy summit, fine view N. via FP & layby from S RHW20/06/2004
Bitter cold day - went in from high point at aerials on Kirkmichael road, through woods and in from NE to Vrackie, back out via Geal Carn ridge to start pointnordicstar13/02/1999
Simon Winton20/05/2020
carole engel01/07/2019
Lindsay M21/02/2016
Alex C09/04/2015
Gavin Theobald11/07/2014
Colin Crawford25/05/2006