Name:Meall Lochan Loin nan Donnlaich
Hill number:19339
Height:407m / 1335ft
Section:04B: Loch Treig to Loch Ericht
Col:377m  NN 4605 6155  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
2261305/04/2018NN 46202 61452  F: Large boulder
O: Boulder measured as 406.988m, NE top as 406.967m at NN 46328 61532. Col measured as 376.93m at NN 4605 6155. Better to record drop as 30m not 30.1m owing to margin for error at broad boggy col.
2263105/04/2018NN 46050 61559  alda

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Nice little hill once you get therealda05/04/2018
Followed Right of Way from Rannoch to the east side of the hill. Then wet vehicle tracks and paths across moorland to the forest. Trees are not dense, but in any case a clear firebreak leads all the way to the summit. Continued to An Dun afterwards.Rod M30/08/2017
2 tops of similar height and tree-less between them but can't see one from the other so difficult to say which looks higher.chalky195330/07/2017
Soggy detour from the track on the way back from An Dun. Rod had spotted it as a potential new Tump on Geograph a couple of days earlier.Lindsay M16/07/2017