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Name:Meall na Teanga
Hill number:759
Height:916.8m / 3008ft
Section:10C: Loch Arkaig to Glen Moriston
Classification:Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y
Drop:305.5m
Col:611.2m  NN 2228 9367  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
898904/07/2015NN 22028 92397  F: Cairn
O: Rocks to north of cairn appear same height with Abney level.
DSM
Subpoint
1GJ
1443611/06/2016NN 22024 92400  F: Cairn
O: Rocks near cairn probably slightly higher than cairn base, but ground 45m & 60m to N is at least 50cm higher (Abney level)
S: Abney level
K&AD
Subpoint
1GJ
1443711/06/2016NN 22028 92463  F: Small pile of stones
O: Small mound 15m to S is about as high and rocks near cairn are at least 50cm lower (Abney level)
S: Abney level
K&AD
Summit
GJ
1974507/07/2017NN 22027 92461  F: Tiny cairn
O: Summit is c.65m north of much larger cairn
DSM
Summit
DM
2411414/05/2018NN 22026 92461  F: Rock
O: col 611.2m at NN 2228 9367, drop 305.5m
alda
SummitX
Jim
-284511/03/2007NN 22027 92472  F: small pile of stones
O: thought to be higher than cairn at NN 22022 92409
DF
Summit
-284616/07/2010NN 22027 92404  F: cairn
O: thought to be lower than small pile of stones at NN 22027 94272
LR
Subpoint
1
-284711/03/2007NN 22022 92409  F: cairn
O: thought to be lower than small pile of stones at NN 22027 94272
DF
Subpoint
1



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3rd Repeatchalky195311/05/2019
Started at Kilfinnan. 2 miles along the forest track and then up to the bealach along the path. Up to Sron a Choire Ghairbh along the zig zaggy stalkers path to Meall na Teanga where the views were 360 degrees and absolutely awesome. Back down to the bealach and up to Meall na Teanga which seemed a harder climb, again the views were good, including Loch Linhe and Loch Ness. Back down the same way. Saw one other person (twice) he was going down from each top as I was going up.tsharp06/05/2019
V windy day following Storm Ali. Ascent from the N near Kilfinnan.Bookerdddd20/09/2018
Andrew Dyson neil hutton26/05/2018
Up from Gleann Cia-aig to the south. Climbed Sron a' Choire Ghairbh first and returned to the bealach. One patch of snow to negotiate on the north ridge. Back via Meall Coire Lochain and Meall Odhar.Windy Corner19/05/2018
TGO Challenge 2018twg2714/05/2018
Good visibility. There was a band of snow on the NE ridge with cornices higher up. Many people had crossed this just below the cornices but the snow is becoming unstable. Took the longer and lower crossing on the way down.rurquhart30/04/2018
Ascended from Kilfinnan - lots of snow above 500m - the north facing corrie between Meall Dubh and Meall na Teanga poorly consolidated windslab - routefinding tricky - fine but steep once on the NW ridge - seriously windy on the summit - progress difficult - descended and continued to Sron a'Choire Ghairbhwychwood06/04/2018
from karl's boatlithosyork25/08/2017
Wild camp just out of the forest. Biting midge & wriggling Kasi woke me up early so was on the path to the summit at 0630.LizzieG29/05/2017
A long hot but lovely day -began with Sron a' Choire Ghairbh- with Paul.younggl26/05/2017
CThis Dog27/08/2016
Standard route out & back from Kilfinnan. On own.MorecambeMonkey16/05/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac11/04/2016
Very warm and sunny. 6.5hrsHammy18/08/2015
Great weather, biked in and climbed with Sron a'Choire Ghairbh.FCMark11/06/2015
From Kilfinnan. We had to go around a patch of snow up steep compressed grass to reach the summit. Strangely windless at the top, despite the cold NW wind all the way from the head of the valley.mindlessflogger26/05/2015
Circuit, from South Laggan Locks, of the Loch Lochy munoros, ridge towards Ben Tee and Ben Tee before dropping back to the Eagle for a pint. Met Garry 2 minuts after getting into the Eagle. Sunny day with great views throughout the walk. 6 1/2 hoursalexmaclennan19/04/2015
Hot, sunny day's walk with Dave M, Scott B, Mike C & John Mcd. Deep snow cornices facing eastbarnz4818/04/2015
With JL, David and Lisa Lee. 10:30-19;30, included Sron a Choire Ghairbhbrianm04/04/2015
Clear and warm. From Kilfillan, just over six hours combined with Sron a Choire Ghairbh, walking the track at the start.Roblex03/09/2014
Fantastic views towards the Ben, good paths up from Kilfinnan, well recommended.steveroberts25/08/2014
KeithByTheC08/08/2014
From Eas Chia-aig, Sron a'Choire Ghairbh, Meall na Teanga and Meall Coire Lochain. Got a Health and Safety Lecture at the hydro construction site on the way down despite going up unchallenged.rhalstead16/06/2014
With Margaret and Dave before Sron a'Choire Ghairbh from Cathie'smn2308/06/2014
Drove from Kinlochleven with the two Maggies. Weather good overall but lots of showers around. Views impressive. walked above Loch Lochy before ascending to bealach and turning right.dave neilson08/06/2014
With Maggie and Dave. 1st of the Loch Lochy Munros we did that day. Warm and sunny most of the time and stunning views from the top in all directions.Maggie08/06/2014
With Ian Soulsby.Dangerous Dave02/11/2012
with JamieJamesSDonald07/09/2012
Hyperopic19/08/2012
ghaley29/07/2012
Robert , Catriona, Margaret, Lee, Jamestallblond23/06/2012
Estimated date - done solo but met someone on the way and we did both Munros together. (He had done them all and was somewhere around his 1000th)Aimless Rambler01/05/2012
1st of 2, solo. A roaster of a day (low down at least!), followed path to Cam Bhealach before reaching the top, v.windy on the way up!bowzi29/04/2012
Very wet, walked to Cam Bheilach or whatever and did the two munros and walked outgeoffreybbb08/04/2012
With family from just west of Clunes at parking. Up to col, out to Sron a'Ch Gh and then onto this one. Followed the ridge off Meall Odhar. A fabulous descent - highly recommended.AGWilliamson09/08/2011
meall na teanga and sron a choire garbh.robertphillips30/06/2011
Farm Lochside road up through woods Fine weather lots of runners Amandapigerg04/06/2011
from kilfinnan farm. Meall na teanga first then sron a choire.akraw04/06/2011
From tent by Loch Lochy to eastdickscroop27/05/2011
Meall na Teanga and Sron a'Choire Ghairbh. 2nd time.PGCE16/05/2011
EUHWC Burns trip 2011: Peter's walkBronagh22/01/2011
Lucky had clear views and what views they are too. Company: Jake the Black Lab.iandesbottes07/11/2010
Solo on TGO Challenge 2010alistairpooler17/05/2010
5 of 5: From Sron a Choire Ghairbh.ChrisR23/06/2009
lochy munrostom smith13/06/2009
4thThearlaichdubh17/05/2009
Solo.Dangerous Dave17/05/2009
Another cycle which saved time. Nice hill but a terrible day!akmilne15/10/2008
Meall na Teaga, Sron a Choire Ghairbh, 16.5km, 1440m, in 6.5hrJamesSDonald04/07/2008