|Name:||Meall nam Maigheach North Top|
|Height:||650.9m / 2135ft|
|Parent (Ma):||132 Cam Chreag|
|RHB Section:||02A: Loch Rannoch to Glen Lyon|
|County/UA:||Perth and Kinross (UA)|
|Class:||Simm, Graham Top|
|Grid ref:||NN 56184 51066|
|Col:||620.4m NN 5568 5025|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 42 51|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 27 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Round of 5 Simms from the north. Parked by Croiscrag. Meall nan Sac, Meall nam Maigheach North Top, Meall nam Maigheach, Cross Craigs, Meall a' Bhobuir.||PGCE||10/07/2020|
|After Meall nan Sac, on way to Meall nam Maigheach main summit and a return to the car at Innerwick.||NormanW||19/01/2020|
|Biked down from tent further west then from NW a round of Cross Creag, a bit longer than planned as had to follow track round, could not get through forest, then easily south on ridge to Cam Creag. Then a big detour S as no feasible descent line to east from ridge due to remains of cornice and no axe with me. Meall nam Maighreach, the 640m+ subSimm and Meall nam Sac and back to approach track.||dickscroop||21/04/2018|
|meall nam maigheach, meall nam maigheach north top, meall nan sac, cross craigs, meall a bhobuir, from innerwick left bike further west at 521460 loch an daimh quick downhill back to car.||robertphillips||29/10/2017|
|Sunny, showers, cold strong wind, good views.||iangalbraith||08/04/2014|
|A retrospective log. I usually don't bother to tick subSimms so ignored this one until it was promoted to a Simm. I was with Minto and a couple of others so can be confident that I visited||Colin Crawford||19/06/2004|