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Name:Meall an Fhudair
Hill number:83
Height:764m / 2507ft
RHB Section:01D: Inveraray to Crianlarich
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Fyne
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,C,Y)
Grid ref:NN 27072 19236
Summit feature:no feature: 3m N of cairn/shelter
Drop:382m
Col:382m  NN278180  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50 56
(1:25k) OL39N 364N
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 264 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
hill run/walkTamCollie26/07/2020
alda11/07/2020
patrick10/07/2020
Garabal hill, beinn damhain repeat, trosgiche, meall nan fhudair repeat, troisgeach repeat, from glenfalloch.robertphillips22/03/2020
Stavanger Toestub21/03/2020
CDMC meet Crianlarich. Up from end of hydro road and track, back over Meall nan Caora and Troisgeach.clashcityrocker08/02/2020
weaselmaster24/11/2019
Sick Kid24/11/2019
steven morrice21/10/2019
From Troisgeach before decending easy slopes diagonally to Lairig Arnan about 1km west of track. There were ATV tracks to follow through tussocky ground in the glen. Good track down to Glen Falloch KeithByTheC01/09/2019
Ralph05/05/2019
scoob23/03/2019
Fi23/03/2019
Kevin2903503/03/2019
jef21/01/2019
Jaxter28/10/2018
The Rodmiester27/05/2018
Hard day navigating in flat light, then found car keys locked in boot.iansm09/01/2018
Mudskipper10/12/2017
IainK30/11/2017
My birthday walk, in mist and rain. Excellent navigation practice amongst the knolls and lochans. An interesting and complicated hill.Gill01/06/2017
Blair28229/05/2017
bertbarnett12310/05/2017
Steve Clark05/05/2017
little al26/03/2017
From Invernarnan. Misty, surprisingly intricate crags towards top. Small amount of snow.davechaffey10/03/2017
Simon Winton17/01/2017
kathyh28/12/2016
Tom Mundell08/10/2016
Iona08/10/2016
Solo with Lily from roadend. Initial low cloud but cleared to cold wind but bright day. Ridge from Troisgeach beag to Meall an Fhudair. 4 hours.alexmaclennan20/09/2016
Busy, sunny dayGWR Chris14/02/2016
weaselmaster05/12/2015
Sick Kid05/12/2015
MichaelF13/10/2015
m0untain_n0mad17/09/2015
willyross01/09/2015
lindaross01/09/2015
hillhunter07/06/2015
briansv650s10/05/2015
Carried on to Beinn Damhain. I noticed when driving past on 26/04/17 that parking no longer possible opposite Glen Falloch Farm.duchally02/04/2015
with K, in snow from Glenfalloch Farm direct,via Troisgeach, return via lairig to south and track. Deep and soft snow, hard going all day. Dry, v cold <0C, hazy sun. 6hrs in conditionsniallp17/01/2015
kenmorti17/01/2015
RobertP08/11/2014
Steve Q09/10/2014
2 of 3: From Troisgeach.ChrisR20/09/2014
IWC26/05/2014
PaulineC26/05/2014
From Glen Falloch farm via the east ridge and Troisgeachdavidpettit8420/04/2014
Thick mist and a lot of snow made navigation and progress slow. Still enjoyable. The snow was just right, firm enough to avoid floundering yet soft enough to walk rather than skate.Just how many padlocks does a single gate need? I counted ten.Martin R13/03/2014