Name:Meall a' Ghiubhais [Meall a' Ghiuthais]
Hill number:972
Height:887m / 2910ft
Section:13A: Loch Torridon to Loch Maree
Col:469m  NG986623  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
-356622/09/2007NG 97610 63408  F: cairn/windshelter
O: higher than NE top at NG 97843 63736
S: obvious summit
-356722/09/2007NG 97607 63409  F: cairn/windshelter
O: higher than NE top at NG 97843 63736
S: obvious summit
-356830/09/2007NG 97608 63409  F: cairn/windshelter
O: higher than NE top at NG 97843 63736
S: obvious summit
-356922/11/2009NG 97610 63410  F: cairn/windshelter
O: higher than NE top at NG 97843 63736
S: obvious summit
-357006/09/2013NG 97609 63408  F: cairn/windshelter
O: higher than NE top at NG 97843 63736
S: obvious summit
-357109/07/2014NG 97611 63407  F: cairn/windshelter
O: higher than NE top at NG 97843 63736
S: obvious summit
Ian Baines
-357230/09/2007NG 97843 63736  F: cairn
S: obvious summit

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Debs & Tali, circuit of the two CorbettsMountain Goat27/09/2019
Coille na Glas Leitire - Leathad Buidhe - Meall a' Ghiubhais - Coille na Glas Leitire. In steady rain.Mark Jackson31/05/2019
From Ruadh-stac Beag. Descended that one down its scree/bouldery NW face. A wet crossing of the river at NG 9721 6241; then followed the Alt na Creige Baine up before contouring round Creag Baine to NG 9706 6356 after which it was just a bit of slog up in wind and rain. Checked out several other tops glimpsed through the cloud, assume all are lower. Descended to NG 9894 6354 where a good track was picked up leading up and over the Highland 5.jonglew10/09/2018
From CP a few miles up from the Visitor centre. Initially got lost in the wood as marker post wasn't on the path leading to the mountains so walked past turn off. Easy Corbett to bag, but the next one (Ruadh-stac Beag) wasn't!Jhimmy07/06/2018
Based in Colin's Van at Kinlochewe. Stunning weather.iansm24/05/2018
Up the pony track starting from visitor centre 1km NW of Kinlochewe. Higher slopes mostly smooth but there is some scree. Good viewpoint for Beinn Eighe.Topographer5723/05/2018
From Leathad Buidherfoster08/05/2018
From Ruadh-stac Beag. Solo.Dangerous Dave27/05/2017
with Ruth sunshine and great views.Just under 6 hours with plenty photos + lunchDunlawyering26/05/2017
Last 100 metres or so was struggling to stand up. Otherwise a beautiful spring like day.Owen B13/02/2017
Sue and Alan's last Corbett.traighmhor17/09/2016
Kinlochewe - Meall a' Ghiubhais - Ruadh Stac Beag - Spidean Coire nan Clach - Sgurr Ban - Sgurr nan Fhir Duibhe - Creag Dhubh - Kinlochewedavidpettit8430/05/2016
Clockwise circuit using mountain trail from Coille na Glas car park. With Nathan.MorecambeMonkey07/04/2016
From the car park at the S end of Loch Maree with Shaky. Late start. Nature Trails path to high point with cairn & then skirted Loch Allt An Daraich & went more or less due E up steepening slopes to the summit. With deteriorating weather & the day getting on, we abandoned the planned ascent of Ruadh-stac Beag. Back two days later to sort that out though...NotReallyABagger16/09/2015
Winter conditions. Very windy, cold and blizzardy. A good day!pwithnall01/03/2015
With: hb sb ab; Parked at visitor centre and followed excellent mountain trail clockise branching off across S slope to summit. Descended the same way then completed the mountain trail.Ian Baines09/07/2014
Climbed NW ridge, very steep with unstable boulders.Lionel Bidwell14/05/2014
with Lionelbatrigg14/05/2014
meall ,a ghuibhais and ruadh stac beag on good path from near kinlochewe.robertphillips09/09/2013
With Katrina, Anna & Reece.traighmhor08/09/2012
With Benalistairpooler07/06/2011
With Karen Great views of Loch Maree, Beinn Eighe and Sliochalanm09/08/2009
Staying at Kishorn, with Jon & Andy.Grinner30/04/2009
With Jo, Clive, Phil after doing nature trailrambler_gary24/02/2009
With Jenx as exit from Fisherfield circuit in 2008. Wild camp the night before following 2 nights in Meall Buidhe bothy. Strolled out to comfy stay in Chromsaig B&B at Kinlochewe w Tom & Liznordicstar30/05/2008
1 of 2: From Beinn Eighe Visitor Centre CP.ChrisR26/02/2007
Very good path from Aultroy, quick walking then a steady slope up from the end of the path. Heavy wet snow as we descended- with brother, Petepwheeler23/05/2006
Meall a'Ghiubhais (NH 977634) S NH001650 F NH021628 Windy, mild, occasional shower, cloudbase 2000', broken. Bad luck, summit in fog, careful navigation required on discent in fog.John Young01/08/2004
CK, Jonski, Warwick+Aileen SheilaS10/04/2004
From CromasaigBLACKHILL16/06/2002
MC JC See description for Ruadh Stac Beag.Martin6609/05/2002
Self and Sally; with Ruadh-Stac BeagInvicta1416/07/2001
From carpark to E, dipping boots in disinfectant first (Foot & Mouth). Did this and Ruadh-Stac Beag, covering some rough ground between the two and on the return. Good day though.Aye Jimmy20/04/2001
A nice scenic stroll with Chris, Rick et al via the fabulous viewpoint by the pool where we all sat for ages soaking up the sun and atmosphere.Mark T11/04/2001
With MT, MVW et al from Torridon YH. Prelude to bigger Munros later in week.nordicstar09/04/2001
with Dave HillIanHHill11/08/2000
With DJB. Wild day at back of Beinn Eighe. Very misty.douglas_easton17/06/2000
A great walk for a short day out especially in winter. Superb views along Loch MareeGill01/01/2000
SMMC Torridon meet, with Liz Patterson.clashcityrocker22/09/1999
Companion to RUadh Stac Beag. NIce viewpoint.gman09/09/1999
JEB Uisdean2524/12/1996
Up Meall a'Ghiubhais and down Ruadh-stac Beag from A832.Eddie23/10/1996
From visitor centre. On pony track to shoulder of hill. On beeline for RP on grass and stony scree runs to flattish top of hill and to summit cairn at 11.30. Eighe fills the horizon. to RSB.arranc26/05/1996
Corbett bagging: Meall a' Ghiubhais RHW28/03/1992