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Name:Meikle Millyea - Trig Point
Hill number:1694
Height:746.73m / 2450ft
Parent (Ma):1689  Corserine
RHB Section:27B: Carrick and Galloway
Donald area:Galloway Hills
County/UA:Dumfries and Galloway (UA)
Catchment:Dee (Kirkcudbright)
Class:Deleted Donald Top
(xDT)
Grid ref:NX 51831 82872
Summit feature:embedded rock
Drop:6m
Col:741m  NX517826  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 77
(1:25k) 318
Observations:trig point at NX 51843 82881 is 0.6m lower; huge cairn 30m N at NX 51839 82899 is lower still
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica GS15
Survey of Meikle Millyea.pdf
Comments:Donald relocated to hill 1693. See Database Notes
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 153 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Forrest Lodge parking, E along forest roads and tracks to forest edge then up Polmaddy Gairy, contouring round to Carlin's Cairn, then S back to Corserine and on to Millfire, Mill down and Meikle Millyea, descending NE to forest and along roads back to Forrest Lodge parkingkdbennett10/07/2019
Colin Crawford27/06/2019
fa, solo, rain and mist only clearing on the last top, 37km, 10hrs, from green well of scotland to ken bridge by new galloway, via garryhorn and all the tops from coran of postmark, bow and tops, meaul, carlins cairn, corserine, milkier, milldown, meikle millyea, west top, back to meikle, meikle lump, track through forestry to larger then minor roads, SUW, etc to new galloway and ken bridgerum doodle 05/06/2019
My Carrick & Galloway forest Topo and Section completion Walk, starting from Glen Lee via the Southern Upland way and Fred Olsen forest road, I cut across Yellow Knowe and profiled around the Meikle Lump with some nice bands of rock to aid progress. After visiting the Trig and associated rock outcrops I continued along the fenceline to Milldown and Millfire...Dazingdale21/04/2019
mnixon20/04/2019
spallen15/04/2019
Visited en route from Milldown to Meikle Millyea. (S)gerrybowes26/02/2019
scoob02/02/2019
Fi02/02/2019
iainwalton02/01/2019
From Forrest Lodge by tracks and excellent path to Corserine then out and back to Carlin's Cairn. Steady walk mainly on atv tracks over Millfire and Milldown to Meikle Millyea. Followed wall down but took path before turn (one interesting bit) down to new track at forest edge and back to car park.SS05/08/2018
Meikle Millyea and nearby tops from E (where Southern Upland Way joins the minor road). Ascent by Rig of Clenrie and Meikle Lump, to Meikle Millyea trig then true top, then Milldown and traverse to Little Millyea. Descent ENE to rejoin Southern Upland Way at ClenrieRobertP04/08/2018
tomandivy09/06/2018
from Forrest Lodge emerging to N side of Folk Burn and onto Polmaddy Gairy (WH route). Sunny and very warm with hazy views. Solo, met 1 other walker. Followed ridge from Corserine to Meikle Millyea (SW top). Stunning views from latter into Loch Dee. Rough descent over Meikle Lump to forest. 6 hrs. Great paths for this part of the world. A classic day.niallp07/05/2018
andrew brown15/04/2018
Tony J26/03/2018
weaselmaster30/09/2017
Corserine round using Walkhighlands route from Forest Lodge CPCrib Goch10/08/2017
Roxytammy29/07/2017
iangpark12/07/2017
Very dry, warm. Round included Corserine, Carlin's cairn, Millfire, Milldown and Meikle Millyea from Forrest Lodge car park.Roblex10/05/2017
Obviously lower than the true top! This cairn needs taken down!Play2End03/05/2017
Gavin Theobald17/04/2017
easers27/03/2017
Clach Liath26/03/2017
clanbonham27/12/2016
Weather flag to East.MountainMac21/10/2016
carole engel24/08/2016
Bagged after Corserine. Did both tops, more by accident then planning.Jhimmy31/07/2016
Passed over again on way from Clenrie to Little Millyea.agentmancuso11/06/2016
mm0walker20/04/2016
patrick10/04/2016
mm0walker31/03/2016
johnbarnard2523/10/2015
5 of 5: From Meikle Millyea. With Tim.ChrisR12/10/2015
NormanW01/08/2015
With Corserinenickywood112/07/2015
m0untain_n0mad28/06/2015
SMMC meet to Galloway, with Mary Stewart, Nic Bullivant and John Rooney.clashcityrocker24/06/2015
Rambling Ray09/06/2015
Parked at Forrest Lodge walked up by McAdams Burn climbing Meikle Lump bagging Meikle Millyea, Milldown, Millfire, Corserine and Carlins Cairn returning to Corserine and down to the forest via the main path by Folk Burn.Great Walk in this forgotten corner of Scotland.DanTrig22/04/2015
SoloVin20/04/2015
IainK10/09/2014
Sick Kid31/08/2014
ajwxyzt05/05/2014
Colin Crawford24/04/2014
On a three day backpack circuit from Glen Troolalistairpooler20/04/2014
Bruckner710/04/2014
robertphillips08/04/2014
Wycombe Wanderer12/03/2014