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Name:Meall na Leitreach
Hill number:402
Height:777.1m / 2550ft
RHB Section:05A: Loch Ericht to Glen Tromie and Glen Garry
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 64054 70264
Summit feature:small cairn
Col:446m  NN636662  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 42
(1:25k) OL49W OL51W 386W 394W
Observations:small cairn is 30m W of larger cairn at NN 64089 70269; ground 15m N at NN 64061 70279 is as high
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 327 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Meall na Leitreach and The Sow of Atholl from Dalnaspidal Lodge.rhalstead21/06/2019
Beautiful day with GFE and DTL (starting with Perth parkrun). From the parking spots just before the railway line: Sron na h-Eiteich, Meall na Leitreach, Sgairneach Mhor (all three tops). Saw mountain hares and a beautiful amount of wildlife but sadly lots of traps too.Fionalevey04/05/2019
From Dalnaspidal along tracks to SE slopes of Sow of Atholl, then straight up to summit, return down to main track, across and followed ATV tracks over Sron na h-Eiteich and Meall na Leitrach, return same way back to Dalnaspidalkdbennett04/05/2019
From Dalnaspidal on a decent ATV track with GFE and FJEtrimarc204/05/2019
From Dalnaspidal, over the minor summit. Return by same route.Owen B28/04/2019
soggy boggy and very windymikebeattie15/11/2018
Up and down the ATV track from Dalnaspidal.davidpettit8426/10/2018
After the Sow, this seemed a longer and more boring ascent/descent. Basically followed a ATV track almost to the top.Jhimmy21/04/2018
Beautiful winter day.iansm20/03/2018
WBMC Cairngorm meet. With DH and PS.John Lee19/03/2018
With Brian R. in full winter conditions. Deep snow slowed us down considerably. Calm and sunny but COLD!Play2End07/01/2018
Short walk on a very nice day on way to Invergarry with Richard for Andy's final Corbett.amcculloch26/05/2017
50th With Allan. From Dalnaspidal, follow track to base of hill then pick way up first South then South West to summit. Clear, warm and dry day. Easy 3hr walk.RGibbs26/05/2017
With a great effort of will, I put my faith in the Met office, and set off up Meall na Leitreach, despite continuing rain, after bagging the Sow in sleet, rain and a gale. I spent most of the climb damply muttering under my breath about the accuracy of the Met Office book of lies. I was made to eat my words when the clouds parted and the sun came out exactly as predicted, just as I reached the summit cairn. Glorious 360 degree views and a lovely walk down. You could almost imagine that the A9 and the super pylons had been magicked away. Well done, Met office.Gill31/03/2017
Solo with Lily from Creag a'Mhadaidh after Beinn Mholach on a calm, dry ,low cloud dayalexmaclennan28/03/2017
From Dalnaspidal. Walkhighlands route. Easy hill walk. Scared plenty of mountain hares on the way.Stevend104/12/2016
From Dalnaspidal.Lionel Bidwell06/10/2016
Hitched from Dalwhinnie so made it a short day due to possible problems of getting a lift back. From Dalnaspidal to bridge then ignored track and headed straight up hillside which proved much quicker that those who took the very circuitous track. From summit then headed east over boggy ground to Meall breac made more difficult by the few inches of snow that had fallen. Returned by similar route but contouring north of Meall na Leitreach summit. Final descent made much easier by a good snow run. There was a good track just after the col west of Meall Breac heading NE which may proviode a viable return on easy goingdickscroop28/03/2016
Up the track & along the ridge from Dalnaspidal to Meall Na Leitreach. Return as outward. With Nathan.MorecambeMonkey08/03/2016
Meall na Leitreach and The Sow of Atholl from DalnaspidalRobertP07/11/2015
Ascended form Dalnaspidal after summiting went off to the Trig in the SENozzer18/03/2015
Long patches of snow made the ascent from Dalnaspidal seem easy. Also bagged nearby trig.BigJ18/03/2015
Mountain hares on this peak and the Sow of Atholl very numerous. Crampons very much needed. Clear air gave excellent views from summit. Company: Soloiandesbottes08/02/2015
From Dalnaspeed-dial. Last nights downpour certainly made Garry look fierce.You wouldn't to fall in.Martin R28/10/2014
A quick up and down from Dalnaspidal. Cloudy but clear.Windy Corner03/05/2014
Did with Lauraduchally29/12/2013
SMMC Tulloch meetclashcityrocker12/11/2013
Solo.Dangerous Dave05/10/2013
Round of the Sow, Sgairneach Mhor (first munro/murdo), Meallan Buidhe, Meall na Leitreach. Struggled a bit on this last hill with my legs feeling it (rough heathery ascent from western end of loch) but still enjoyed the views up top.Columba13/07/2013
Alone, on way home from Babcock's '10 Under The Ben' exploits.Grinner30/06/2013
From Sow of Atholl via bridges at 643724. A rough, locally wet and ill-defined track leads over the north top and summit area; the summit cairn is a short distance to the left.Topographer5719/04/2013
Out and back from Dalnaspidalrjf3505/04/2012
ben vrackie morning and meal na leitreach in the afternoon.robertphillips23/01/2012
solo - bit of a squelch with sowjohnm20/11/2011
With Smithy & Shaky from Dalnaspidal. Intended to do the Sow Of Atholl first & then Leitreach, but just as we were setting off, the local ghillies drew up in their Land Rover. They politely asked if we would mind climbing Leitreach first while they were 'busy' on the Sow, so off we went. Followed the track across the railway & then just over the first bridge over a gate into a field of sheep. Following a bank led to a small dam which was crossed to reach another track. Took a slanting line up the hillside roughly following the line of Allt nam Plaidean. Soggy underfoot with occasional signs of ATV tracks to follow. Mist was down on the summit & after returning by the same route we decided to leave the Sow for another day.NotReallyABagger14/10/2011
recovery dayAm Bodach26/07/2011
On way to join VR trip Ullapoolbatrigg14/05/2011
about 2 and half hrs easy walk in spring sunshine, cool breeze. Hazy views to Carn Mairg, Alder etc.Could just make out B More/Stob and B Macdui I think.niallp25/04/2011
Dry, high cloud, cool, good views, both tops.iangalbraith28/03/2011
Snow flurries but mostly sunshine. Good viewssignyred26/02/2011
MMC weekend meet climbed with the Sow of Atholl.brangie21/10/2010
CK SheilaS01/05/2010
done with the sow of athollbuggerlugs07/03/2010
with Jenx from Dalnaspidal farmnordicstar10/03/2009
A winters corbett with lots of fun in the snow!bhanusch01/02/2009
4 of 5: From Stob an Aonaich Mhoir.ChrisR16/06/2008