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Name:Meall nan Each
Hill number:1343
Height:490m / 1608ft
RHB Section:18A: Moidart and Ardnamurchan
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Sunart, Catchment Boundaries
Watershed:Ardnamurchan Point to Lowestoft
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 63215 64296
Summit feature:SE corner of rock supporting trig point
Col:276m  NM637626  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 40
(1:25k) 390E
Observations:knoll 70m W of trig point at NM 63141 64303 is a few metres lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 102 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Good track and path most of the way up, nice hill with Gordon though retreated back to the car as wind getting up.Fellhugger19/02/2020
Following Ben Laga, down the track to the road. Great sunset over to Skye/Rum.N.Morters08/11/2019
Ben Laga, Meall nan Each & Leac an Fhidhleir (N & S tops).Started just E of road bridge over Allt Mor - with Bolton. Ben Laga is a fine hill, a classic - the other two are also good!ger25/10/2019
From Ben Laga in a direct line. Surprisingly easy going with Ger.bolton25/10/2019
Could not find the mapped path from Laga on the way up so took a track on the W side of the burn, which ends at a deer fence. Over into new trees with holes to dodge, and up an unplanted spur to find a good ATV track continuing to the end of the trees and then off piste to the boundary fence. Over to join an ATV track NW along the fence, which then heads the wrong way, so off piste easily to the track from Glenborrodale. Across and up to the bealach below the summit and to the top. Followed the ATV track down the fence on the way back, which leads to the mapped track. It comes out at a tarmac driveway starting E of the burn. This would be a much better start.Gill11/05/2019
Parked at Ardnamurchan Charters for Cruachan Carna a.m then walked along the road and climbed this hill via the Tump. Then on to Beinn Laga.NormanW28/09/2018
Parking at bridge now tricky, notice says turning circle for fish farm. Parked in tarred side track to holiday? house, east side of bridge. Half left at house and through community woodland track, etc. Cold, snow and ice, great views.iangalbraith26/02/2018
leac an fhidhleir, meall nan each, ben laga, on a good track from laga.robertphillips25/02/2018
Parked in lay-by east of Laga. Took the track north to Loch Laga. Then north-west, following a burn at first, up to the summit. Walk continued to Ben Laga. With DB and RP.Man of Kernow130/09/2017
From Laga via Ben Laga and south side of Loch Laga. Easy ascent, track most of the way back to Laga.Topographer5703/05/2017
With OCH, Nieves & Laura from Laga, then on to Singing Sands. Two cars. Heatwave day. Rounsfell30/05/2016
Up & down from camp by Laga Bay track, the day after Ben Laga.Chris Peart10/05/2016
Acharacle (Parked by School) - Bealach Clach An Aighe - Dig Ban - Allt Beithe - followed old road to Laga as far as the valley of Lochan Sligneach - just before the lochen we turned and ascended Meall nan Each (to be welcomed at the summit by the trig / hail and snow flurries) - descended following the unnamed stream towards the green hut on the side of Loch Laga then back along the old road to Acheracle.briandavies26/04/2016
With Jenx from Laga. Good parking by the road bridge over Alt Mor. Up the right hand track! true left bank very easily all way on great track to loch laga and flanks of Meall man Each. Simple to top, back down to track and after 100 m cut across moor to Laga. Snow had set in by now for interest, clagged iut top complex and interesting summit find and more interesting return through western crags. Back to track by deer gate. Return in just under 4 hrs.nordicstar06/03/2016
All very easy. A good round of the two hills in 3.5 hrs.jenx06/03/2016
Up path from Laga then across to Ben LagaAndrewFinnimore17/01/2014
Convenient parking at Laga and then a good path. Ascended from the south in clear weather.JohnW24/04/2012
with Jamievegibagger07/06/2009
Revisit. Fine slabby rocky summit, fine view. From Glenborrodale 607609 to include the Yeaman Leac ShoilleirRHW31/05/2009
From LagaBLACKHILL15/05/2009
Up track past 3 new houses and steeply uphill to first sloping grassy area. Found track higher up to a junction of tracks and turned left and then direct line over golden deer grass, up on tussock, around crags to Vanessa 9784 at 11.20. to Lagaarranc22/08/2007
bit scrappy but fine summit & viewpoint esp to Skye. laga burn 632611 RHW22/08/1999
With Dave Hewitt on Marhofn Meet.Eddie22/08/1999
Simon Winton09/12/2018
hill walker17/02/2016
Martin R02/03/2013
tom smith28/04/2012