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Name:Meall an t-Seallaidh
Hill number:44
Height:852m / 2795ft
RHB Section:01C: Loch Lomond to Strathyre
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Catchment:Earn, Catchment Boundaries, Forth
Watershed:Ardlamont Point to Fife Ness, Firth of Tay, Firth of Forth
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 54213 23402
Summit feature:rock 3m NNE of trig point
Col:425m  NN485251  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 51
(1:25k) OL46N 365N
Observations:rock is 30cm higher than trig point FB; top c 80m S is lower.
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 324 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Up from beallach at NN541248, down via spur NN546235, followed land rover track down Glen Kendrum, round hill to cycle trail then down to Craggan and out to Lochearnhead carpark at NN593237 (can park in church carpark at NN588233 for a donation).Danmawr18/05/2019
As per SMC guidebook, walked round from car park in Lochearnhead to lane by church, only to find that church does allow parking in its small car park on non-service days for a donation. Standard route up the track to the bealach & then steeply up to Creag Mac Ranaich. Mist drifted in briefly but then cleared taking with it the cloud which had hung over Meall an t-Seallaidh all day. Back to the col & then directly up to lochan NW of Cam Chreag & then on to Meall an t-Sealliadh for a great view. Decided to minimise the heather bashing by heading NE & aiming at the bend in the outward track at 552243. Could have done without the extra pavement bashing after the church.NotReallyABagger27/12/2018
With Sue from Balquhidder Church via Kirkton Glen then awkward rising traverse contouring to summit. Very cold and windy with a early seasonal dusting of snow. dropped to fence line and return same way through forest road.Frank27/10/2018
From A84 at Edinchip, along Glen Kendrum track, across the stream to ridge S of Meall an t-Seallaidh and N along ridge to summit, continuing to Cam Chreag, descent back to glen and up Creag Mac Ranaich, crossing both summits, continuing round ridge to Meall Sgallachd, descending back to Glen Kendrum track and back to Edinchipkdbennett29/09/2018
with Nicola McLean and Vicky Warde - ML QMDlittle al01/09/2018
Parked down the little road at the northern end of Balquhidder station, 200m north of the Golden Larches. The road looks private but probably isn't. Then along the old railway and up the Glen Kendrum track.Pete R21/07/2018
Both Glen Kendrum Corbetts from Lochearnhead. On own.MorecambeMonkey25/06/2018
A nice gradual walk then final steep ascent up to Cam Chreag before enjoying lunch on the amazing summit viewpoint, it's superb! Enjoyed the view of three lochs and surrounding big hills before being chased down in about 30 minutes by a massive thunder and lightning storm!Chris Mac09/06/2018
Climbed with Domonic W. Bit of a mixed weather day. Mostly clear but rain on/off and windamcculloch19/08/2017
2nd of the day. About an hour to get here from the other one. Showers but mild.Play2End13/08/2017
Climbed in hot, sunny but windy conditions with John Mcd. Approach from south of Lochearnhead was complicated, requiring statutory responsible access through Edinchip estate. Return simpler, using both railway accesses and new adjoining cycleway.barnz4817/07/2017
From Lochearnhead (8:10) took tiresome winding route to old railway and track up glen. Followed this to col, then steeply up trackless slope to summit plateau and top of Creag Rainaich. Back to col down even steeper slope. Up grassy slopes from col to top of Meall an t'Seallaidh. Good views. Back down direct to nearest pt of track and thence back to car (15:05). Light showers but mostly dry and some sun; clear but windy on both tops.dbb25/06/2017
From Balquhidder Church via Creag an Tuirc. Martin Hulme memorial walk and scattering ashes. Damp dayN.Morters13/05/2017
Mist. Interesting finding top with snow around.davechaffey11/03/2017
ACW round of meall reamhar, meall reamhar north top, meall sqallachd, creag mac ranaich, creag mac ranaich south top, meall an fhiodhain west top, meall an fhiodhain, cam chreag, meall an t seallaidh from lochearnhead parked in church cp.robertphillips08/12/2016
From Edinchip, via the new hydro track on the west side of Glen Kendrum. An argocat track goes a short way up beside the forestry, followed by sheep tracks through soft deep snow, onto the broad ridge. It's a surprisingly easy stroll to the summit, with relatively few peat hags, and the snow made light work of the bogs. No view...but a nice walk anyway.Gill11/11/2016
A circuiit from just west of hotel starting up good track. Forest continues a lost further up the valley than shown on map so had to seek out fire breaks but not too bad on the two ascents. Stob creagach first up a very steep fire break then cross back east to The Stob, less steep. Then south via Stob Caol to road with some problems as did not find track -trees!dickscroop07/11/2016
From Lochearnhead via Glen Kendrum as described in SMC Corbetts book.davidpettit8406/11/2016
Windy and cloudy. Start of walk is from the A84 and look for bike route sign. Long walk in, use a bike. You can park at the church for a donation (but not when a service is on.Jhimmy11/10/2016
Some difficulty in finding start of footpath in Lochearnhead!batrigg20/05/2016
2nd summit of the day following Creag MacRanaich from Glen Kendrum...sunshine with hazy views clearing later. With Richard JonesN.Morters08/05/2016
On my own, sunny day from Creag Mac Ranaich.alwaysinshorts10/03/2016
Hot day. Midgies bad.walked all the way till end of forrest. Interesting hill. Came off at loch side.with Jerrytallblond05/07/2015
CK SheilaS19/06/2015
Overcast then sunny, cold stiff breeze, good views. From Balquhidder church car park.iangalbraith14/05/2015
with Markgrimjimm18/04/2015
Spring in the glen, winter on the top. Nice half day dander from Kirkton Glen. Day in the sunshine but cold East wind and hazy to the East.kenmorti15/03/2015
Climbed on way back from anniversary weekend at Bridge of Orchy. Overcast, but ok views and just about stayed dry.David Greaves24/11/2014
Did after Creag Macranaichduchally24/04/2014
From Lochearnhead and Glen Kendrum and over Cam Chreag which still carried snow on its north side. A good sunny day.Windy Corner19/04/2014
A heat wave on Good Friday! A stiff climb after Craig Mac Ranaich. Great views all round and a long walk back to Ledcharrie farm on the A82Roblex18/04/2014
MMC walk from Edinchip via Glen Kendrum. Gales but tops were clear. 6 hours.alexmaclennan01/09/2013
with Tess, from Rob Roy graveyard to head of Kirkton Glen then up L and back over ridge. NE off summit down to gate low down. Cool breeze, cloud and rain on ridge. Passed one other party doing route in reverse.niallp30/06/2013
GReat visibility. Very clear but with light snow shower on the summitgercal5318/03/2012
Wet but OKMartin R20/10/2011
W Jenx on 6th anniversary of first climbing. From Lochearnhead church car park, through lanes to Glen Kendrum, then track to bealach between MacRaniach and Meall an't Saillaidh. Easy climbing to both before return same way.nordicstar08/10/2011
4 of 4: From Creag MacRanaich South Top.ChrisR05/08/2011
meall an t seallaidh and creag mac ranaich from balquidder cemetry.robertphillips31/01/2011
Solo.Dangerous Dave18/09/2010
Climbed during week staying at Lochearnhead in very unScotish weather, T-shirt and Suncream required!! Walked up the track along Kendrum Burn and visit both Corbetts, saw deer on the decent.rhalstead21/06/2010
With Mora from Glenogle CottsBLACKHILL08/04/2010
Trig revisit. Fine stony summit. From SSE, pasture, steep grass then easy ridge. Nice firm snow, great view.RHW31/01/2010
CLIMBED WITH ololmunromurph08/08/2009
with Jamie on clockwise circuit over M an t-S and then Creag Mac Ranaichvegibagger28/05/2009
From Lochearnhead, using part of the Calander & Oban.Grinner10/05/2009
done with creag mac ranaich from balquhidderbuggerlugs28/04/2007
Alone to summit. In conjunction with Creag Mac Ranaich and HazelSpudGunn23/03/2007
Circuit from Lochearnheadrjf3509/04/2004