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Name:Meall an Domhnaich
Hill number:6270
Height:608m / 1995ft
Parent (Ma):621  Carn Dearg
RHB Section:09B: Glen Albyn and the Monadh Liath
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Spey
Class:Simm, Highland Five
(Tu,Sim,HF)
Grid ref:NN 53661 95314
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:56m
Col:552m  NN542959  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 35
(1:25k) OL55 401
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
From SE, Sherramore, good track then short steep grassy climb, odd flat topped cairn. Back via Am Maol. Dry after drizzly start, then pm drive home after good weekend with fellow baggers based at NewtonmoreRHW03/11/2019
Geal Charn Circuit from Garva BridgeAjm031020/11/2018
From Sherramore. Watched two deer cross the Spey as I crossed the bridge. By tracks great and small through the woodland to Meall and Domhnaich, then enjoyably along the ridge to Beinn Sgiath (the summit cairn is surprisingly difficult to find as broad, diverging slopes conceal it until quite close) and Geal Charn. An ATV track makes for a quick return to Sherramore.Nick Down104/08/2018
Followed track, which goes further than shown on the map, from Garva Bridge and then a quick ascent for a fine viewpoint in sunny weather.JohnW04/06/2018
Added onto the end of a round of Geal Charn and Beinn Sgiath.callumblack08/05/2018
Long slog down from Geal Charn, but pleasant walkthekirkie pirate23/07/2017
Enjoyable singleton from Garva BridgeColin Crawford04/12/2016
Great little summit started from Garva bridge and traversed over Geal Charn and Beinn Sgiath. Lots of, 'Somme like' peat hags to battle through which was a test of resolve after a full week of hill bashing!thenomad06/10/2015
Dave McG06/07/2019
duchally11/02/2019
BlackPanther08/12/2018
alda28/09/2018
mae08/06/2018
weaselmaster12/01/2018
Sick Kid12/01/2018
Tony S17/12/2016
Lorna S17/12/2016
neilsan16/10/2016
interloper25/06/2016
Fletch25/06/2016
Pete R30/08/2014
Gavin Theobald23/11/2013
IainK29/04/2013
Badders24/02/2013
IainT17/08/2012
chalky195313/07/2010
ad-lib31/12/2002
Tricky09/08/1997