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Name:Mullach Clach a' Bhlair
Hill number:571
Height:1019m / 3343ft
Parent (Ma):548  Sgor Gaoith
RHB Section:08A: Cairngorms
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 88286 92693
Summit feature:cairn
Col:915m  NN890949  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 35 43
(1:25k) OL57S 403S
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 573 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Alex C02/11/2019
With Jonathan.Chris Blake12/09/2019
GavinTheobald 321/07/2019
25th May Week with GMC also did Carn Ban Mor Meall Dubhag & Sgor Gaoith. Ran route. Weather was cloud at 800 metres with some light rain & wind. jps66631/05/2019
Jon F29/03/2019
Third visit whilst collecting surrounding topsColin Crawford25/02/2019
with rob applegate, wml trainign, nab and postholinglithosyork12/02/2019
SMMC Mill Cottage meet, with Dougie, Martin, Paul + Kim.clashcityrocker17/01/2019
From Auchlean. Hmm, nobody told us that the Carnachuin Bridge had been swept away 9 years ago! Good path on the East of the river though.Geoff Briggs12/11/2018
Sick Kid17/08/2018
Lorna S30/06/2018
carole engel07/06/2018
From the car park north of Auchlean in Glen Feshie, via the glen of the Allt Coire Chaeil. With DB, BC and RP. Onwards to Meall nan Sleac.Man of Kernow121/05/2018
TGO Challenge 2018twg2719/05/2018
Al Stewart04/05/2018
with Markgrimjimm23/09/2017
42nd Munrolojzi86062127/08/2017
42 - Up from Glen Feshie to bag the two Westernmost Carigorm Munros. The plateau is pretty dull, but great views down to the Loch, and across to Braeriach and beyond. Long walk back through the Glen - note the bridge to the lodge no longer there.huwthomas07/08/2017
Parked at Auchlean, climbed to Carn Ban Mor, across to Sgor Gaoith, then back to Carn Ban Mor before heading across to Mullach Clach a Bhair via bulldozed track, then took Bulldozed track back down to Glen Feshie Lodge before returning to Auchlean along the river.gandrew06/08/2017
From Auchlean car park then over to Sgor Gaoith then to here. Descended via track. 7hrs approxgaryhoney26/06/2017
Auchlean car park - Carn Ban Mor - Sgor Gaoith - Mullach Clach a'Bhlair. Clear day with great views accross plateau.wozzat26/06/2017
From Achlean then easily up the bulldozed track to the cloud free summit although the base was not much above the summit. On the return I went up Meall nan sleac then North West to join the path about a mile South of Achlean. With the short cut I caught a couple of lads up that I had met when I was a mile from the summit as they descending. They gave me a weird look. 11.5 miles in 3 hrs 55 mins.isabelle01/06/2017
From Auchlean car park S along E side of Glen Feshie, then up track by Allt Coire Chaoi to Mullach Clach a'Bhlair, N along tracks, then NW to Meall Dubhag, NE to Carn Ban Mor and then Sgor Gaoith, descent along NW ridge via Meall Buidhe and Geal-charn to track that meets the road just N of Balachrock, S back to Auchleankdbennett30/04/2017
From Achlean and first to the Munro Top of Meall Dubhag and then on to Mullach Clach a' Blair. Then over to Sgor Gaoith.Peterb13/03/2017