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Name:Mullach nan Coirean East Top
Hill number:324
Height:916.6m / 3007ft
Parent (Ma):309  Stob Ban
RHB Section:04A: Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Linnhe, Catchment Boundaries, Nevis
Class:Simm, Munro Top, Murdo
(Tu,Sim,MT,Mur)
Grid ref:NN 13735 65591
Summit feature:large pointed rock
Drop:38.6m
Col:878m  NN 1343 6544  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
(1:25k) 392
Survey:Leica Disto D510/Leica RX1250
Comments:col measured as 878.0m
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From Lower Falls Car Park in Glen Nevis (NN 14495 68302) - Stob Ban - Mullach nan Coirean East Top - Mullach nan Coirean SE Top [South Top] - Mullach nan Coirean. Followed clear, easy path alongside Allt Coire a' Mhusgain before steep ascent of Stob Ban. Very boggy descent of Mullach nan Coirean approaching the forest section.david23020128/09/2018
From Polldubh up NW ridge of Sgurr a' Mhaim to summit, south along ridge over Stob Choire a' Mhail to Sgurr an Iubhair, continuing W to Stob Ban and then Mullach nan Coirean (via SE and E tops), descending NE ridge to Polldubhkdbennett13/05/2018
Ring of Steall attempt with Dadbyron230201/07/2017
On ridge connecting Munros Stob Ban and Mullach nan Choirean ...third ascentN.Morters03/12/2016
CUHWC Roy Bridge trip. 6 western Mamores in a long day.AGWilliamson21/09/2015
JimT18/07/2015
Blisco30/12/2014
On the circuit to Stob Ban.Roblex04/09/2014
Completed on Day 1 of Mamores traverse from Mullach nan Coirean to Binnein Mor.quadbarrel23/08/2014
With Tony G, Chris G, Graham B. 2nd time.zoob18/04/2014
With Andy using WalkHighlands route from Polldubh CP. Cracking day but very strong wind all day.Crib Goch30/09/2013
second ascent, 3 in party, fine day, some mist and a snow flurry at the start, climbed from glen nevis, taking in the 2 munros and several tops, returning to glen nevis by last munros n/e ridge.rum doodle 15/02/2013
With Haydn and Phil (MPS)rambler_gary29/12/2012
On a two day backpack around the Mamores and Grey Corries. Mainly dry and clear. Excellent views. See my blog post for more details: <a href="http://blog.alistairpooler.co.uk/2012/10/an-autumnal-lochaber-backpack-day-1_7.html" target="_blank">http://blog.alistairpooler.co.uk/2012/10/an-autumnal-lochaber-backpack-day-1_7.html</a>alistairpooler06/10/2012
Heading east. This should be a M.T?Play2End22/09/2012
Excellent ridgewalk with Max in low cloud. Views from Bealachs and shoulders. Chatted to Richard from Devon on the way down.alexmaclennan29/06/2012
On our way from Stob Ban to Mullach an Coirean we must have passed this top. The views back to Stob Ban were good from here - looking whitish in the sun.ChinnockC03/06/2010
2 of 4: From Stob Ban.ChrisR15/12/2009
Climbed in heavy snow from Glen Nevis with CDJ, but failed to reach Munros either side - (these were finally reached from Kinlochleven 30/05/2014 along with this top)barnz4803/12/2009
Achriabhach - forest paths - NE ridge to Mullach nan Coirean - ridge to Stob Ban - down by Allt Coire a' Mhusgain. Best walk in Scotland so far. This one should be called Stob Coire an t-Sleubhaich if you ask meMark Jackson27/08/2009
DMN Uisdean2514/06/2009
Crossed on the way from Mullach nan Coirean to Stob Ban.Windy Corner08/10/2008
3rd ascentthenomad13/12/2007
Completed Mullach nan Coirean, Stob Ban, Sgurr a Mhaim, Am Bodach, An Gearanach, Stob Coire, Na Gruagaichean, Binnein Beag, Sgurr Eildie Mor, Beinn Mor, Stob Ban, Stob Coire Claurigh, Stob Coire an Laoigh + 12 tops, with over night camp, 57km, 5700m, in 26.0hr walkingJamesSDonald26/04/2007
From Achriabhach on way to Stob Ban.Wheelsy28/07/2006
With Jeanette - horseshoe from Northdickscroop12/07/2005
Steve S.Mountain Goat28/06/2005
With Ian Soulsby.Dangerous Dave06/12/2004
on Mamores traverseThearlaichdubh17/03/2004
Traverse from Stob Ban - with PGJohnIvor17/05/2002
Walk from Achriabhach via Mullach Nan Coirean and on to Stob Ban.catman29/07/2001
First Munro trip - MamoresAJones20/06/2000
Company: Soloiandesbottes07/05/2000
Parked in the Lower Falls car park near Achriabhach. I passed through a gate nearer to Achriabhach than the car park and followed a path south, somewhat faint and muddy initially, up the hillside. Higher up the path became more defined and joined the N ridge of Stob Ban. At an altitude of about 850m there is a steep tower. The scramble up it was straightforward as there was not much snow on it. On the final slopes to Stob Ban there were snowfields which were ascended although they could have to some extent been avoided. From the summit of Stob Ban I then traversed all tops to reach the summit of Mullach nan Coirean.pwbellarby06/04/2000
with STob Ban circuit and MVWnordicstar16/01/2000
Estimated date - done solo as part of whole ridge.Aimless Rambler04/08/1999
Passed on way along ridge from Stob Ban to the south-east top. yorkie01/06/1999
2nd ascentthenomad31/05/1999
With Darren Camped in Glen Nevis Mullach nan Coirean and Stob Banmountainmunki10/05/1998
a long day and one I call 'Pride comes before a fall' First of a two an a great half week trip. week 1 with CRMC in Gairlochy, week 2 in Ullapool in rented Dolphin House and four days in leverburgh with Roddy Coles southern tip of Harris. With Alison Fleetwood Helen Morton and Gill Brooke-Taylor, Mullach na Coirean and into mist, I'd done this ridge before in 1992. After Mullach Nan Coirean SE top the three women stop to consult their map and compass as I boldly say, 'This is the way' as I head off down the slope in the cloud towards the direction of what I think is the next col on the ridge. I turn round to find that the they aren't following me and are still checking the map and are gently fairly sure that my 'boldly go' route wasn't right. Having retraced back and checked with them I realise my 'bold no compass march on' was going to take me straight down SE to the west highland way!! We instead head correctly ENE along the ridge with me feeling rather sheepish with my tail between vegibagger05/04/1998
with Trevor Moorelittle al25/01/1998
Solo en route to Stob Ban.mikejacobs22/07/1996
3 of 4: From the SE Top. With Karen.ChrisR26/05/1996
Between Mullach nan Coirean (qv) and Stob Ban on a fine walk from Achriabhach with brother, Pete.pwheeler26/05/1996
Another bump on the way to Stob Ban.Aye Jimmy16/09/1995
first ascent, solo, fine day ending with some thunder, climbed from glen nevis, taking in the 2 munros and several tops, returning to glen nevis by last munros n/e ridge.rum doodle 14/07/1995
Top. Beautiful sunny day with Richard Armour.Dugswell204/10/1993
Sunny, good views.iangalbraith05/09/1993
With Ron, Rod and John from Achriabhach in snow conditions. Devil's ridge was a bit different! SS02/05/1992
a long day and one I call 'Pride comes before a fall' First of a two an a great half week trip. week 1 with CRMC in Gairlochy, week 2 in Ullapool in rented Dolphin House and four days in leverburgh with Roddy Coles southern tip of Harris. With Alison Fleetwood , Gill Brooke-Taylor Mullach na Coirean and into mist, I'd done this ridge before in 1992. After Mullach Nan Coirean SE top the three women stop to consult their map and compass as I boldly say, 'This is the way' as I head off down the slope in the cloud towards the direction of what I think is the next col on the ridge. I turn round to find that the they aren't following me and are still checking the map and are gently fairly sure that my 'boldly go' route wasn't right. Having retraced back and checked with them I realise my 'bold no compass march on' was going to take me straight down SE to the west highland way!! We instead head correctly ENE along the ridge with me feeling rather sheepish with my tail between my legs.vegibagger21/04/1992