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Name:Meall Mor
Hill number:50
Height:747m / 2451ft
RHB Section:01C: Loch Lomond to Strathyre
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 38378 15137
Summit feature:cairn
Col:485m  NN358160  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50 56
(1:25k) OL39N 364N
Observations:ground 230m NW at NN 38223 15318 is 1m lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 156 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Cycled from Inverlochlarig. Continued to Meall Mor East Top, Stob an Duibhe & An Garadhduchally28/05/2019
Walked in from Pier café car park to end of loch. Through gate, alongside deer fence and then steeply up right- and then left-hand side of stream, through cleft and on to summit. Visited other 'tops' around the summit just in case!MichaelF21/05/2018
5 of 5: From East Top.ChrisR07/06/2017
Cycled from Stronaclachan Pier Inn over bridge at NW end of Loch Katrine as far as edge of wood, steeply up above right bank of stream as far as 383145 (elevation 500m) then above left bank of next stream as far as 382150 (690m).Topographer5722/04/2017
From Stronachlachar ferry car park. Construction site at west end of Loch Katrine so had to go further half hour along private road. Steep going up towards An Garadh contoured Stob an Duibhe to summit. Headed back towards burn coming down from Stob an Duibhe & followed fence beside burn. No fences to climb if you keep burn side of fence. 7 hours 15rogreeves19/04/2017
from stronachlachar biked in to bridge at head of the loch, up RHS of stream to meall mor revisit then around tops meall mor east top, meall mor far east top, stob an duibhe, an garadh.robertphillips04/04/2017
Great cycling by Loch Katrine from Stronachlachar. Then straight up through bracken and crags to misty top.jenx14/09/2016
With Jenx from Sronlachacher pier. Easy 5km cycle, then after bridge a direct line up the hill. 600m in 1km, pleasantly steep. Cairn repair job on top after previous surveys ;-). Back same way and back to van in just over 3 hrs.nordicstar14/09/2016
Confirmed summit location, removed and improved cairnalda04/09/2016
A round of the Graham and 3 Graham tops from head of Loch Katrine after biking in from StronachLachar. A steep rough climb through a lot of leggy bracken and more of same on final decent. In summit cloud spent some time confirming I had located first top correctly. Later in day when cloud cleared it was pretty obvious. Had planned on crossing over to the Corbett to east but in rough going time ran out.dickscroop02/09/2016
Ardlui-Inverarnan-Parlan Hill-Stob Bealach nan Corp-Meall Mor Far West Top-Meall Mor West Top-NN375155-Meall Mor-Meall Mor East Top-Meall Mor Far East Top-Stob an Duibhe-An Garadh-Inverarnan-Ardlui (with a fair bit of contouring on the return leg).campagvelocet25/05/2016
Plenty of snow down, Martin Stewart suffering. Came in from car park at end of road pleasant walk up the large track then straight up to summit. Good views. Company: Martin Stewartiandesbottes21/11/2015
A fun duathlon challenge: - buy a 4 hour car park ticket to save a couple of quid on the all day price - cycle 8.5 miles along the edge of Loch Katrine (not as flat as you'd think!) - walk/jog round the circuit of An Garadh (HuMP), Stob an Duibhe (P80) and Meall Mor (Marilyn) - a rough tussocky 5.8 miles with 900+ m of ascent - cycle back total time 3hrs 59AndyS01/09/2015
Meall Mor (NN 383151) S/F NN 402105. Usual crossing of Loch Katrine to campsite. 2nd attempt to climb, slow, almost 6 hours. Cool with heavy occasional showers. No problems, good views down loch, cloudbase >3000' mainly overcast, light wind. Camp 2nd night then paddle out next morning.John Young01/05/2015
The main act. Cycled to end of glen road, waded the river in spate, got wet feet and then hit the circuit.Martin R17/10/2014
From Stronachlachar, nice cafe, then 4k walk-in to bridge near Gyle. Steep, rough ground up to fine rock architecture near ridge. Hot.neimcv10/09/2014
from inverlochlarig carpark along river, had to wade river then onto ridge to summit heavy going in deep snow.robertphillips09/02/2014
CK SheilaS27/07/2013
Circuit from Inverlochlarigjimbloomer03/06/2013
MC. Alone on hot day. 22 deg and no wind. Hazy on top. From Stronachlachar with bike in 1h25m. Up through crags. 1h return.Martin6620/05/2013
westies extravaganzadonmeister21/04/2013
Alone. Bike along north shore of Loch Katrine.Grinner13/10/2012
fine craggy hill, sadly wind rain & snow, no view. from stronachlachar: tarmac rd then E bk strm from 383136 RHW28/04/2012
From InversnaidBLACKHILL27/03/2012
RIB Uisdean2505/05/2008
From Stronachlachar to head of Loch Katrine, then straight up steep slopesGallovidian15/05/2005
Sunny, cold, good views.iangalbraith22/02/2004
Anne Bowker's Jumbo hill! From Inverlochaig Farm. On glen road to upper glen and through last gate and over dry bleached swamp grass to a steady ascent on traverse crossing 2 gullies with streams on tussock to visible horizon. Onto ridge and 150m to left to top at 12.15.arranc20/04/2003
With: solo; Climbed from Bealach nan Corp after Beinn Chabhair on backpack trip in rain. Next to E top and Stob an Duibhe before descent to track and camp by confuence of Ishag Burn and River Larig.Ian Baines16/04/1999
Date is first visit. Notes from later...fine craggy hill, sadly wind rain & snow, no view. from stronachlachar: tarmac rd then E bk strm from 383136 RHW24/12/1998
Evening round: Meall Mor, Stob an Duidhe and An Garadh.Eddie14/05/1995
dave g11/05/2018
Simon Winton02/06/2017
Sick Kid25/03/2017
Tom Mundell02/01/2017