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Name:Meall Mor
Hill number:277
Height:492m / 1614ft
RHB Section:03C: Glen Etive to Glen Lochy
County/UA:Highland (UA), Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Awe, Tay
Watershed:Firth of Tay, Mull of Kintyre to Rattray Head, Ardnamurchan Point to Lowestoft, Cardiff to Cape Wrath, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Greater Loch Linnhe, Land's End to John o' Groats, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,4,Y)
Grid ref:NN 30316 47119
Summit feature:outcrop 60m W of cairn
Drop:160m
Col:332m  NN282462  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
(1:25k) 377E
Observations:outcrop is 1m higher than cairn at NN 30374 47115
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 203 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
GHC weekend with Bob. From the road then on to the Beag, WHW then the Ski Centre café. LovelyPlay2End12/04/2019
Up from main road lay-by past mast. Good viewpoint. Worth diverting to memorial cairn three minutes from summit.willyross28/03/2019
From high point in road, small cp. Sunny cold but great views of big peaksiangalbraith11/02/2019
Dreich and claggy day.kojak23/11/2018
V wet afternoon fill in after reccie for Ring of Steall race (foul weather route)Jim T17/08/2018
KeithByTheC19/05/2018
3 of 3: From A82 layby at 315474ChrisR24/02/2018
From layby on A82. With Nathan.MorecambeMonkey03/12/2017
Solo, 40 mins up and down in the snow under starlight.amswanston24/11/2017
Lunch fresh air...from Layby on main A82. Easy short walk in deep slightly wet grass.N.Morters11/07/2017
Persistent rain and very little view. Good job it wasn't a long way. With Tony.Alex C13/06/2017
On way back from Meall Begjimbloomer202/05/2017
From the road, with Steve Smith.jonglew28/04/2017
CDMC meet Glencoeclashcityrocker05/03/2017
with Glas Bheinndavidsbatty14/01/2017
great viewsscoob03/01/2017
From the high point of the A82. A 50 minute solo return over indistinct paths.bolton09/10/2016
A rest-bite from our journey from the Southern Uplands to Ardgour we park up on the A82 near to a mast on the side of Meall Mor - from the summit captivating views of Ranoch Moor and the monument to Roland Harvey.briandavies22/04/2016
Superb day. Great viewpoint. With Benhillsman14/03/2016
Alone - on way back from FWMF weekend. The first bright day since Thursday. Wonderful views over the moor & hillsSpudGunn22/02/2016
snowy ascentcjo17/01/2016
Touching inscription on monument.PeteF16/08/2015
From A82 just S of county boundary. A path led to a mobile phone mast, then vaguely on to the summit. Good Blackmount views and an easy addition off the drive to Glencoe.pwheeler22/05/2015
From the A82 in a small parking area at NN 313 471. Showers came and went, very wet underfoot but easy ascent up grassy slopes. Bet this hill has fine views on a nice day.bowlesy12/05/2015
From lay-by on A82, with the Beag and Glas Bheinn w Jenxnordicstar29/12/2014
From A82 layby. Found a faint path most of the way.rhalstead05/09/2014
From layby on A82. No track and lush vegetation (long grass mostly) but view from the top made it worth the effort.Crib Goch25/07/2014
on the way home after a graham from A82robertphillips14/06/2014
From the wee parking place by the mast. Great views of Rannoch and Loch Ba.Play2End29/03/2014
Brief ascent from county boundary over frozen bog. Not as good a viewpoint as its neighbour Glas BheinnThearlaichdubh22/11/2013
Easy...apart from the rain and wind! Great views of Rannock.Jhimmy03/08/2013
With Alfie, Eire, Evan ,Sail, Danu & Coel. We climbed Meall Beag (476m) too.Dangerous Dave01/07/2013
From county boundary on A82, straightforward ascent along county boundary.Topographer5712/01/2013
Aka Dave's Pimple. Alex, Michael, Helen. Blisco30/12/2011
MC. Great views of Rannoch Moor,Martin6603/11/2011
ran from roadtom smith02/01/2011
Straight up from roadGallovidian03/11/2010
GR8 viewpoint on this sunny summers day.Dugswell231/08/2010
From the A82, with MoraBLACKHILL21/05/2010
Solo. From a car parking area near the SE end of Lochan na h-Achlaise. Walked up the broad east ridge of Meall Mòr to reach the summit. Went down the east ridge, crossed the main A82 road and went up to the summit ridge of Glas Bheinn reaching the ridge a little SW of the summit. Went along the summit ridge to the summit and descended more directly back to the car. The weather was warm and sunny.pwbellarby11/05/2008
Route as previous.SJ10/04/2007
Good parking on A82 adjacent with Mobile phone mast located on hillside. Follow quad track to phone mast and then head up the hillside. Cairn on top marks obvious summit. Good views of Loch Ba.andy23/09/2006
With Shaky from the high point on the A82. After Glas Bheinn, a quick jaunt to the summit on a dreich day, although there was a view of sorts. Shaky was keen to extend the walk so we wandered over to Meall Beag & back in the hope that the weather might improve. It didn't. It rained harder.NotReallyABagger17/09/2006
Quick bag via A82. Great views over Rannoch Moor.robphys25/08/2006
Quick ascent from A82.JohnW02/07/2005
Solo Uisdean2526/02/2004
Climbed on the drive back from Skye.marktrengove20/05/2003
Parked on A82 by the Rowan tree welcoming you to Rannoch Moor. Over wet tussock to the top in 20 minutes. 12.15.arranc26/04/2003
pleasant easy ascent from E, fine Moor view. A82 @ 310463 RHW28/01/2000
Dash up and down from the A82 on the way home.Eddie20/02/1999