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Name:Mayar
Hill number:486
Height:928m / 3045ft
Parent (Ma):461  Glas Maol
RHB Section:07A: Braemar to Montrose
County/UA:Angus (UA)
Catchment:South Esk
Class:Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo, Yeaman
(Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NO 24083 73740
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:111m
Col:817m  NO218761  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 44
(1:25k) OL53S 388S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 689 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Alan, Gavin, TorilNHWC07/09/2019
Solo. 32 mile circular. Starting from Prosen Kirk I took the Ministers Path to Glen Clova and then walking up the glen before climbing over the mountains back to Glen Prosen via the highest point which is Driesh summit (947m) and Mayar (928m).meltdiceburg15/08/2019
Walked solo. From Glen Doll car park via Jock's Road and path through Corrie Fee and besides waterfall. Corrie Fee is truly spectacular and the highlight of the walk! From the rim of Corrie Fee to Mayar and along the ridge following a broken fence most of the way to Driesh. Return to Shank of Drumfollow and descend back to start along Kilbo path ... a bit messy lower down due to forest felling. Weather cloudy and dry for most of ascent. Rain, wild and mist (sadly) from Mayar summit onwards. Time 5 hours. Parking in Glendoll is £2.jamessteel10011/08/2019
Out with my explorer scouts. First munro for them.yeha05/08/2019
Fifth visit. From Glenprosen Village via Driesh in clearer conditions between the summits than the last visit.Windy Corner23/06/2019
From Downie up River Esk South valley via Moulzie. Ascend out of valley at Bachnagairn to mountain track at Corrie Chash. Follow track to Broad Cairn and on to Cairn Bannoch. Round head of valley to Fafernie and Shank of Fafernie. Ascent of Tolmount and then contour round via Ca Whims to Tom Buidhe. Descet to Little Kilrannoch, round to Dun Hillocks and round to Mayar. Descent into Glendoll via Kilbo path, and return to Brawdownie.raymooremanx01/06/2019
With daughter Kate. From the carpark in Glen Doll up to the summit of Mayar using the splendid track and path up to Corrie Fee and past the waterfall. Then over to Driesh and down by the Kilbo path. Sunny but cold on the top with a few hailstones.pwbellarby28/05/2019
With Karen, Buster, Laura Miller & Craig Morgan. From Glen Doll via Corrie Fee.Highland Days27/12/2018
Loop from Glendoll car park to Mayar, Driesh and Shank of Drumfollow.PsyCrow26/07/2018
From Glen Clova the day after finishing the TGO Challengetwg2724/05/2018
CDMC Hut Open weekend.clashcityrocker20/01/2018
Ascent from Corrie Fee with Rhian.sebastiencale29/10/2017
Not the best summit, but great views and great walk inDaveMc30/09/2017
Mayar & Driesh from Glen Doll car parkAjm031021/08/2017
Weekend in Dundee at Josh's flat, with Stefan, Fraser G, Daniel and MartinAlistairCarson05/08/2017
39 - Classic route. Good views up towards Glen Shiel hills.huwthomas04/08/2017
With Johnny, Lorna, David and James (and Milly) - see log for Dreish.Skerryvore25/06/2017
Climbed Mayar first then Driesh- from Glen Doll car park- ascended via Corrie Fee and down via Shank of Drumfollow- 5hrs 10minutes all in.chillyman817/06/2017
AloneRob Pen y Garn14/06/2017
With Billy from Glen Doll via the Kilbo pathDanmawr04/06/2017
From Braedownie up the Kilbo path to Driesh then across to Mayar. Then down Corrie Fee. Saw plenty of wildlife including Ptarmigan Mountain Hare, Ring Ouzel, Golden Eagle as well as a Vole high up on the slopes of Mayar. Took 3hrs 45 mins for 9.6 miles.isabelle02/06/2017
22nd Munrolojzi86062108/01/2017
Climbed from Glen Doll via Kilbo path. Good visibility to 800m then drizzle and mist. Lots of snow under foot above 700m or so.andy13/11/2016
Via Corrie FeeHuwel28/09/2016
Via Corrie Fee, excellent path from Glen Doll car parkBheinn27/09/2016
From Glen Doll car park to Mayar and Driesh - ascent via Corrie Fee, descent via the Shank of Drumfollow.pnecelt20/09/2016
Round from Glen Doll. Very Busy place!steveroberts17/09/2016
Ascended after Driesh. Returned to Glen Clova via Kilbo path.raffemeister10/09/2016
With ThalassaOik19/07/2016
Mayar and Driesh from Glen Doll.rhalstead22/06/2016
From Glen Clova thence to Drieshkdbennett08/06/2016
With Stevenframeworks01/08/2015
From Glen Doll car park with Hamish the springer. Sunny most of the way but cold and windy on top.Saggers23/05/2015
Round of 9 Munros from Glen Doll: Driesh to Lochnagar. Day 50 of 59 for all Munros. 39km, +/-2100m, 12 hours.PGCE20/04/2015
With Dreishmunromurph19/04/2015
Weather fair.MountainMac16/04/2015
Fourth visit. From Driesh in the cloud which cleared quickly coming off the summit. Back to Glen Prosen down the Kilbo Path.Windy Corner07/04/2015
with Philip and Saferambler_gary24/01/2015
Parked at Glen Doll then via Corrie Fee to summit, great weather - no wind and clear skies!garyhoney24/08/2014
Along with Dreich.OK day, drySimonCampbell16/08/2014
By Corrie FeeJA11/07/2014
First Munro, summit camp.Waterlog07/07/2014
From Glen Prosen via Bawhelps.Phaedra04/05/2014
Solo Uisdean2511/01/2014
With Nathaniel and Jessica Straight up the Kilbo Path....Visability on top about Nil (10/50)Dave30/10/2013
With Daddy and Nathaniel (brother) we walked uup the kilbo pathJess30/10/2013
Completed after marshalling duathlon to walk back to Glen Doll car parkRannoch_Monkey14/09/2013
solo with drieshpigerg04/07/2013
2nd ascentPeterb24/05/2013
Climbed (with Driesh) in winter conditions from Glen Clova - lots of snow lying on Kibbo Path on descentwychwood29/12/2012