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Name:Leathad an Taobhain
Hill number:413
Height:911.7m / 2991ft
RHB Section:06A: Glen Tromie to Glen Tilt
County/UA:Highland (UA), Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Spey, Catchment Boundaries, Tay
Watershed:Mull of Kintyre to Rattray Head, Firth of Tay
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,C,Y)
Grid ref:NN 82175 85820
Summit feature:no feature 6m N of trig point
Drop:155m
Col:757m  NN858831  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 43
(1:25k) OL51E 394E
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica 530
Surveys of Leathad an Taobhain and Beinn Bhreac (Final).doc
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 228 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
weaselmaster23/08/2019
Sick Kid23/08/2019
Two day backpack from Auchlean: Carn Dearg Mor - Meallach Mhor - camp near 800886 - Leathad an Taobhain - Beinn Bhreac - Carn Ealar - long walk out down Glen Feshiedavidpettit8419/07/2019
Driftwood26/06/2019
Kevin2903526/06/2019
After the Meallachs, cycled on around Meallach Mhor to the Allt Bhran weir, then rough tracks most of the way to the summit, not too hard in the very dry conditions.Topographer5726/06/2018
mae224/06/2018
geoffreycurnock28/05/2018
rdhumble27/05/2018
TGO Challenge 2018twg2718/05/2018
benalder5015/05/2018
Cycled from Achaean to loch, then followed track through much snow. Very disorientating in fog.douglas_easton13/04/2018
IainK07/11/2017
hill walker17/06/2017
Day 2 of a three day/two night bivi bag circuit from/to Bruar bothy.Carn sn Fhidhleir Lorgaidh, Glas Leathad Lorgaidh, Meall an Uillt Chreadaich, Leathad an Taobhain, Leac an Taobhain, Meall Odhar Loisgte, A Chioch,Uchd a Chlarsair, Meall Ailleag, Meall Odhar a Chiredickscroop07/05/2017
From Glen Feshie, parked on FC track just past end of public road. Bike to Ruigh-fionntaig, easier than from Achlean and not much longer. To Beinn Bhreac first, up the splendid path through Slochd Beag (needs more use though). Down Caochan an Duine (path seems to continue), then down the Feshie until I got fed up with dodging the oxbows. Rising traverse towards Coire Creagach and to col at 792m. First sight of Beinn Bhreac, to top, then back along the ridge to Leathad an Taobhain. The ridge is a mixture of very easy going interspersed with tedious peat hags. Down via Slochd Mor on the track; glad I didn't have to walk the track twice.Gill03/05/2017
steven morrice30/04/2017
Tartantraveller15/04/2017
ghaley10/09/2016
patrick29/08/2016
alda12/07/2016
Erik B19/06/2016
Dave McG16/06/2016
ARM02/06/2016
Tom Mundell29/05/2016
sarah mundell29/05/2016
Iona29/05/2016
MichaelF16/05/2016
briansv650s15/05/2016
Martin R21/01/2016
With Will.Grinner17/10/2015
alda04/10/2015
russell6126/09/2015
Thorny18/08/2015
Bike was a big help. Went up Carn Dearg Mor on return.duchally06/08/2015
GavinTheobald 206/07/2015
Fi27/06/2015
scoob27/06/2015
dynamo8321/05/2015
RobertP04/04/2015
weaselmaster06/03/2015
Sick Kid06/03/2015
CKSheilaS20/11/2014
17th Solo. Continuation of overnight Bivi trip, overnight upper River Feshie. Followed the highest tops in general WNW direction to Leathad an Taobhain. Picked up good track heading N, left track to summit Carn Dearg Mor via SW ridge, then headed W taking direct line to Meallach Mhor. Walk out N through Glen Tromie to Kingussie. Cool, dry day, light winds, broken cloud above summits.RGibbs28/09/2014
silverhow15/08/2014
BlackPanther26/07/2014
peterstanding07/07/2014
kathyh15/05/2014
Johnny Corbett05/05/2014
redcon05/10/2013