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Name:Meall Mor
Hill number:506
Height:551m / 1808ft
RHB Section:07A: Braemar to Montrose
County/UA:Angus (UA), Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five, Yeaman
Grid ref:NO 17332 60238
Summit feature:cairn
Col:378m  NO172611  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 43
(1:25k) OL52S 381 387S
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 158 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From east, parked by barn. Up good track for 200m then rough heather and tussocks. Round of 3 hillscjo09/03/2020
From Drumore Loch, NO171610 - S, up forest road to fence then L up initial grass ATV track, which soon deteriorates to rough grass and heather steeply up edge of trees. Many hazards along summit ridge - rusty old wire and countless ankle breaker holes hidden in the heather.Isbjorn08/06/2019
Up forest track,then left at first junction and along to rough open skirting some fallen trees then directly up to summit cairn. Beautiful views here and on the descent. 42 minutesCoinneach31/03/2019
From minor road at no171610BLACKHILL26/03/2018
3 of 3: from Drumore Loch at 171610ChrisR15/09/2017
Over Meall Beag to Meall Mor and return same way.PaulineD13/04/2017
A quick bag from the north after working in Blairgowrie in the morning.assynt_bob09/09/2016
Overcast, warm, cool wind, good views, some higher tops in cloud.iangalbraith02/08/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac18/07/2016
Cloud low just skipping the summit and very light rain. Traversed round the side of the forest to the north, easy going but track does exit the forest which didn't show on the map. Large carn and wallN.Morters12/03/2016
Up the forest track for five minutes then turn left up the fire break to the summit ridge. Quite unremarkable.Play2End30/10/2015
From Auchinleish,with Grant Campbell.clashcityrocker27/09/2015
Solo run. Up steep heather in first forest break to summit ridge. Down through blown-down trees to track.amswanston31/10/2014
From minor road to the N, up edge of forest to summit. Easy enough.AndrewFinnimore25/09/2014
W Ajenx. Main forest track. Gate open but can't drive standard car up due to large drainage humps. Walk to near top of the track, then newer track leading up hill. When levels off stay with it, lots of wind throw block access. At end of track it turns up hill as a path. Some trees to negotiate but soon leads to cairned top.nordicstar29/06/2014
Solo. From start of path near Auchinleish. Used path going west and then left path to ascend NW to summit of Meall Beag. Continued to NE ridge of Meall Mòr where there is a wall which I followed to summit.pwbellarby15/04/2014
3 of 3 today from loch to good tracks to near top.robertphillips09/03/2014
Solo tripInvicta1431/07/2013
The rain got heavier. Started at Blacklulans on a track that sort of leads you behind the plantations. Struck left uphill through heather when I got bored with the track. Nice cows and black sheep. I bet there is a shorter way up.Martin R20/11/2012
Quick bag in the evening from forestry gate at top of pass.Aye Jimmy19/06/2011
RIB Uisdean2523/10/2009
Lunchtime ascent of this rugged hill from near Drumore Loch, having ascended Blath Bhalg in the morning.JohnW27/10/2008
Path from Blacklunans along S side goes close to summit via steep bilberry and a bit of heather. Cairn on top. Very good view.maknipe20/05/2007
From small quarry on minor road. Over wire fence, down and over stream and up on deep heather to animal track by forest to a gate in a corner. More trudge to horizon and a crushed track through heather to a second gate. Away up hillside to an old stone wall, crossed over a fallen section and to top half mile further. 16.10. Solitary deer on descent.arranc06/06/2004
From Drumore Loch following forest track then boundary wall.Eddie29/08/2003
Climbed on way home from Braemar.Man of Kernow102/10/2000
fairly ordinary hill, wide view. road @ 172610, tk to 171606, tk to 174607 then open slopes RHW24/12/1999
dave g05/04/2019
Simon Winton14/03/2019
walk livi13/04/2017
Alan Moore25/01/2017