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Name:Meall Bhanbhaidh [Meall Bhanabhie]
Hill number:800
Height:326.6m / 1072ft
Parent (Ma):786  Druim Fada
RHB Section:10D: Mallaig to Fort William
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Submarilyn, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 11582 78949
Summit feature:trig point
Col:180m  NN 0913 7925  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
(1:25k) 392 399
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 37 users)ByDate of Ascent
Walked up from CP next to Moorings Hotel. With B and R.jenx23/09/2019
A beautiful evening walk blue and sunny. Parked on side of A8004 north of Banavie/Bhanbhaidh - track to reservoirs then more less straight up with a bit of weaving. Lingered at summit trig to take in view as the sun dips. Ben Nevis clear and sunny views north (following the Caladonian Canal) and south captivating (so much detail to take in). Slowly descended.briandavies29/04/2019
Evening walk with Steve, Graham and Alvin. Overcast, then snow, cold. Cloud started to clear on descent, we stood and watched the Ben appearing like magic through the cloud, then bathed in alpenglow.Wycombe Wanderer02/04/2019
Quite an improvement in the weather from earlier on. Interesting to look down at Fort William from this side.Alex C13/06/2017
Up and down from gate, NN124784, to waterworks covered reservoir.Eddie27/05/2017
up from waterworks, nice snow covered summit with trigpointcjo14/01/2017
Simple bag from the waterworks pull in with the fine views of the BenThearlaichdubh05/04/2015
parked at water works through gate up steep slopes to the top.robertphillips16/02/2015
Here for the trigpoint. TP:UK log: Ok it was me who fell in the bog and very cold it was too! Great views up here but very snowy today which made it very hard going!thejackrustles18/01/2015
Pleasant day up this wee hill: NB, met a large highland bull (luckily with cow..) on the way down, took diversionary loop through scrub2912pwil09/05/2014
Met Alan Dawson,the inventor of Marilyns,on summit. He was measuring the hill to see if it should be promoted to a Marilyn or not. Have to wait and see what the result is. Looks a very close thingMartin R09/09/2013
Parked on a narrow road above Corpach at the entrance to a reservoir compound. Through a gate into the enclosure and over a fence to get out again! Very rough but dry plod uphill through 3' high new bracken, heather and deer grass over the trackless moor. To column 9727 at 14.25. Views all round. Best view of the Ben from any of the smaller surrounding hills.arranc05/06/2011
Revisit. Damp tussocky climb from ESE (covered resr). Fine view down Loch Linnhe; The Ben in cloud today. Quick bag after a fine snowy circuit of the Western Mamores.RHW25/11/2007
pleasant hill, suberb 'classic' view of Ben Nevis. beeline from road @ 124786, choice of 2 gates RHW06/05/2002
Tony S28/01/2018
Tony J13/06/2017
Andrew Simmons01/09/2013
carole engel13/06/2013
Alan Whatley06/05/2010
Gavin Theobald00/00/2008
Colin Crawford16/11/2007
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