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Name:Meall nam Maigheach
Hill number:3993
Height:740.2m / 2428ft
Parent (Ma):132  Cam Chreag
RHB Section:02A: Loch Rannoch to Glen Lyon
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Simm, Graham Top
Grid ref:NN 55607 49585
Summit feature:outcrop
Col:650.6m  NN 5460 4894  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 51
(1:25k) OL48W 378W
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 41 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Innerwick an anti-clockwise round of Meall nan Sac, Meall nam Maigheach, North Top, then this summit, finally heading South to pick up a return track to the car. 13.5k.NormanW19/01/2020
After Carn Chreag(qv) from Innerwick- I doubt we would have bothered but for the good stalkers path up Meall nam Maigheach; with the path, worth the effort on a fine, sunny day.pwheeler01/06/2018
Biked down from tent further west then from NW a round of Cross Creag, a bit longer than planned as had to follow track round, could not get through forest, then easily south on ridge to Cam Creag. Then a big detour S as no feasible descent line to east from ridge due to remains of cornice and no axe with me. Meall nam Maighreach, the 640m+ subSimm and Meall nam Sac and back to approach track.dickscroop21/04/2018
meall nam maigheach, meall nam maigheach north top, meall nan sac, cross craigs, meall a bhobuir, from innerwick left bike further west at 521460 loch an daimh quick downhill back to car.robertphillips29/10/2017
An afternoon walk after lunch at the Post Office tearoom. Started from Innerwick, ascending the south ridge and cutting down from the summit to the track to the SW. Good views over Loch Rannoch as well as Glen Lyon.Nick Down120/08/2017
Solo. From car park at Innerwick. On track through glen of Allt a' Choire Uidhre to corrugated iron hut at NN547487. Then on rough (very rough in places) track, shown as path on OS 1:25,000 map, to a point W of summit. Up hillside to summit. There's a cairn on a rock outcrop at the highest point with another point SE that looks to be nearly as high. Returned same way.pwbellarby23/10/2016
Creag Ard, Beinn Dearg, Meall a' Mhuic, Meall nam Maigheach and Cam Chreag from Innerwick. Spell of rain during second half of the route, but earlier some good views acorss to Lawers and Tarmachan range.RobertP06/08/2016
Sun and showers, cold strong wind, good views.iangalbraith08/04/2014
Climbed en route from Cam Chreag to Meall a' Mhuic.Alan20/06/2013
Rod M25/11/2018
Lindsay M21/05/2017
Dave Geere16/04/2017
Sick Kid14/11/2015
Gavin Theobald15/04/2014
hill walker07/10/2012
Tony Rogers25/06/2005
Colin Crawford19/06/2004
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