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Name:Meall Mor
Hill number:1099
Height:738m / 2421ft
RHB Section:15B: Loch Vaich to Moray Firth
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NH 51529 74555
Summit feature:trig point
Col:475m  NH497752  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 20
(1:25k) 437S
Observations:large boulder 30m SSW of trig point is just lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 141 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Up from near Eileanach on forestry tracks, then cross moor to summit trig.willyross13/09/2019
Parked by Eileanach Lodge, up through forestry, on to Wind Farm track and followed it to the last turbine giving access to the final ascent. Returned avoiding the WF across tussocky grass and through the forestry.MichaelF26/07/2019
1 of 5: From the car park at Boath:572741. We initially parked at the start of the wind farm road:581738. The keeper drove down and advised us that parking there had caused difficulties for heavy lorries. He said there was a car park near his house at the road end so we drove there. It took 3 mins on the bikes back to 581738. We had a lot of pushing the bikes to gain height after the El. sub station then ok to 536732 about 300m before the last turbine where we left the bikes. Then through the peat hags and an ATV track for a while. With Sam.ChrisR24/05/2019
Drive from access point at NH 581 738 to park at NH 533 733 (weekends)carole engel29/09/2018
With Anne and Ralph from Eileanach LodgePeterb25/07/2018
the weather was horrible today snow and real high winds which played apart in the route i chose ..parked by the road at grid NH 58072/73730 room for a couple of cars and walked through the novar windfarm wind and snow making walking difficult ..walked until i came to the last turbine gr NH 53345/73275 then played dodge the the peat hags for about 200m but at least they were frozen over ..going got easier to the minor top at gr NH 52342/73950 marked with a large boulder .. continued up to the next ninor top NH52192/74438 then followed the fence line to the trig point .. very windy cold and icy.. retraced my route back 5.5 hrs all inmikebeattie01/02/2018
From Eileanach Lodge a local didn't mind us walking past the lodge. One of her dogs barked a lot but no probs. Estate track to Loch Glass. Stile into weir but had to climb over locked gate other side. Up muddy track to wind turbines & across to summit, hags at times. Good views towards Ben Wyvis.rogreeves11/05/2017
From south end of Loch Glass took track as rising traverse up through forest until it joined track up to nw end of wind farm. Dull easy ridge to top which commands great views of the far north particularly Ben Wyvis.Campbell Singer03/05/2017
As Viewfinders route. After an extremely wet night. All awash, and got worse with more heavy rain en route. Atmospheric with the low cloud and thunder.jenx20/07/2016
From parking by the lodge gates. Back 300m and cycled ro the loch start where extensive forestry harvesting ongoing. The old track just about usable but a mess in places. On top past the turbines a nervous wade through misty hags and boggy ground whilst thunder rumbled all about. Stopped before the top and clouds cleared letting us see a better way back down to the turbibes using a track of sorts.nordicstar20/07/2016
The path less travelled from Kildermorie. A lot less travelled. There's a nice stalkers path from Loch Morie, zig-zagging through the trees, with fab views. But after the fence, the path is overgrown, and it's a very rough walk over Meall Beag to Meall Mor, with peat hags thrown in for good measure. After that, you pick up the trade route (and path) down to the Novar wind farm. There's a track down to and back along Loch Morie, which is a really beautiful place and well worth a visit.Gill12/06/2016
Started 300m east of Eileanach car park and cycled up NE side of river and loch, then walked up rough track then due N onto ridge. Cyclists note that bridge at SE end of loch is defended by a high stile on one side and an unopenable gate on the other.Topographer5716/10/2015
Solo. By bike through the wind farm from the north.amswanston09/08/2015
Along with its two tops. Very windy so after biking in went as far as possible along loch side on poor path then cut up to ridge close to final top on poor ground before heading back with tailwind on the ridge section.dickscroop23/03/2015
4 hr walk in over the windfarm track, extremely windytallblond25/10/2014
from lodge car park with renee to summitrobertphillips02/10/2014
Started from the end of the road up Glen Glass. Easy route through forest takes you up to the wind farm. Enjoyable walk across the heather leads to the trig and summit.BigJ24/09/2014
Assent done with Big JNozzer24/09/2014
Solo tripInvicta1426/05/2013
From Eileanach Lodge gates.ChrisR23/04/2013
Ascended from Glen Glass and Loch Glass in mist and light rain. Disappointing to have no view but maybe as well as I bumped into the wind turbines on the way down.JohnW15/06/2006
Access to forest road. Heavy traffic building dam. Past the site on road steadily uphill in forest to final gate at 11.00. Views of Wyvis and Loch Glass. Track continued down and around to most westerly turbine on ridge. Trudge over tussock, heather and sludge to first top. More easier hags to final crest a few more hags to large cairn built like a loading platform and to trig with no FB built in at 12.45. My 6th and last Marilyn with this name.arranc22/06/2005
fine summit & situation. 534704 E end of L Glass, park on forest track; track to bealach then N side ridge to avoid hags RHW24/04/2000
Up and down from Loch Marie.Eddie12/06/1996
With Den & Gemmaskyemumbler01/07/1989
Am Bodach23/02/2019
Tom Mundell10/02/2018
Trekking toes10/02/2018
dave g14/11/2017
Sick Kid11/03/2017
GavinTheobald 230/03/2016