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Name:Meall an Daimh
Hill number:4085
Height:722m / 2369ft
Parent (Ma):445  Ben Vrackie
RHB Section:06B: Pitlochry to Braemar and Blairgowrie
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Simm, Graham Top
Grid ref:NN 93877 64105
Summit feature:rock
Col:686m  NN940639  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 43
(1:25k) OL49E 386E
Observations:summit area very flat
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 54 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Moulin, then on to Meall Breac and Carn Geal. 15.4k. Light covering of snow.NormanW09/01/2020
Second visit; TGOC 19Colin Crawford20/05/2019
7 top round from parking at moulin, creag bhreac, meall na h aodainn moire, meall uaine, meall an daimh, meall breac, carn geal, carn dubh, down to the masts to pick up the bike for a downhill cycle back to moulin.robertphillips06/05/2019
En-route from Ben Vrackie on Pitlochry-Ben Vrackie-Killecrankie circular trip. Bright and very clear.benalder28428/12/2017
Pitlochry-Creag Bhreac-Ben Vrackie-Carn Geal-Meall Breac-Meall an Daimh-Meall na h-Aodainn Moire-Meall Uaine-Pitlochry. Frequent sound of what I took to be gunfire while contouring to this one.campagvelocet23/10/2017
After Ben Vrackie, with Gordon, Jim, Ann and Alvar, on a lovely day. Back to Pitlochry via the Killiecranckie battlefield.Phreerunner01/10/2016
see Ben Vrackiedickscroop06/11/2015
from Pitlochry CraigW20/04/2015
Cairngorm Club meet. With other club members some of the time but mostly solo. From car park at start of Ben Vrackie path at Moulin. Walked up main path to summit of Ben Vrackie. Continued to Meall an Daimh on faint path and using compass as very misty. Two contenders for highest point of Meall an Daimh. One is a small bump near some rocky outcrops and the second a flat area of heather with a large lying stone, which may be the summit. Both points reached. Went back to col with Ben Vrackie and descended southwards - lots of heather and boulders lower down. Went up to the obvious summit of Meall na h-Aodainn. Descended to 'Bealach Path', crossing a track not marked on my map before I reached that path. Hence back to Moulin.pwbellarby05/10/2014
A scorching hot day for this top after summiting Ben Vrackie againtorkm24/07/2011
Flat rock. From S, took signposted path to bealach, then Meall Uaine, Aodainn, then character-building heathery traverse to Daimh, then good path to trig. RHW05/09/2010
from ben vrackie and down to killiecrankieemily20/07/2010
Circuit from Moulinrjf3514/04/2009
Christmas run over Ben Vrackie from pub in Pitlochry.Eddie18/12/2005
Sunny, warm and good views.iangalbraith25/07/2004
Simon Winton20/05/2020
carole engel01/07/2019
Sick Kid14/10/2018
hill walker14/07/2018
Martin R08/05/2017
john steel30/07/2016
Alex C09/04/2015
Gavin Theobald11/07/2014
Lindsay M13/01/2013
Pete R02/09/2010