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Name:Meall na Cloiche
Hill number:3915
Height:663m / 2175ft
Parent (Ma):7  Meall Buidhe
RHB Section:01A: Loch Tay to Perth
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Catchment:Earn, Catchment Boundaries, Tay
Class:Simm, Graham Top
Grid ref:NN590277 (est)
Col:602m  NN584275  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 51
(1:25k) OL46N 365N

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 27 users)ByDate of Ascent
From the Glen Ogle car park, up the track to the mast then on to Beinn Leabhainn across boggy moorland. Next was Meall Buidhe, then more bog and heather over to Meall na Cloiche and Eildreach before locating a large track down to and across the A85 to the Glen Ogle cycleway/Rob Roy trail back up the glen to the car park.3.5 hours total.summitter13/07/2019
From the hilltrack to the SW via Eildreach. Some firm snow and lovely winter sunshine for this half day walk. Visited all the various lumps which could be the highest point.NormanW02/02/2019
round of beinn leabhainn, meall buidhe, meall na cloiche, visited all 5 possible high points, eildreach, from cp top of glen ogle.robertphillips16/01/2017
Another very windy day though cloud (fortunately less of a problem than previous two days. From car park used for Creag Mac Rannach on other side of Glen Ogle gave what looks like easiest ground to Meall Bhuidhe. Then headed east to do some casting around to find summit of Meall na Cloiche trying three options before I was certain I had got it. Then back to Beinn Leabhainn which again was not so easy to find from this side without the masts to guide you. Tough going in the wind but at least no bracken at this time of year.dickscroop31/12/2016
Visited all five 660m contour rings. The highest point is within the largest of them.alda05/10/2016
Via Graham, low cloud, cool, calm, no tops visible but long distance views.iangalbraith17/11/2015
In thick soup, vis 10m. Passed two cairns on separate hillocks and did many more without, guess one is the top!Kevin2903504/05/2014
Date unknown RHW01/01/1990
Lindsay M22/06/2017
Dave Geere24/05/2015
Gavin Theobald07/07/2013
Colin Crawford08/11/2007
Alan Whatley27/07/2007