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Name:Leana Mhor
Hill number:679
Height:676m / 2218ft
RHB Section:09C: Loch Lochy to Loch Laggan
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 31692 87908
Summit feature:small cairn
Col:518m  NN323872  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 34 41
(1:25k) 400
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 146 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From bridge close to end of road along Glen Roy. Rain eased off and some clearance by time reached the very flat top.RobertP02/06/2019
From bridge at 331909 a stiff pull up to Carn Dearg N top; then on good ground to Creag Tharsuinn; up to Carn Dearg;Carn Bhrunachtan and descending contour round to Leana Mhor and down along the bridge to the former bothy and back along the river bank which was probably the lweast pleasant part of the walk - poor grounddickscroop08/09/2018
Started of for Glen Roy at the Achavady (ruin)followed the stream up to a point where we could head for the summit then headed for the Trig.Nozzer18/03/2018
G and Aarthurwhittaker13/08/2017
Via track from Bohenie, indirect but fast goingalda23/07/2017
1 of 2: From near the Glen Roy road end.ChrisR22/04/2016
The most perfect day. And section 9 complete.jenx15/03/2016
With Jenx from the upstream bridge near Turret Lodge. Had planned to cross the river by fording but found it too deep even to wade at shallows area. Cut up hill from bridge to gain middle 'road' and traversed around this easily to Coire Dubh. Traversed through this and onto the Mhor. Newish deer fence to cross and direct to summit in just over the hour. Superb views on a bright sunny day, no wind and t-shirt weather. Snow line above 800m. Back down the NE ridge to discover an old track which took us down to near Brunachan bothy, current closed for repairs. Back along river reasonably easily to bridge.nordicstar15/03/2016
Did after Carn Dearg(East)duchally25/08/2015
Bridge in Guide book was no longer there, so had to drive 3 miles further up Glen Roy to the next one. Good views.IanHHill15/07/2015
CK SheilaS16/05/2015
With Lee.tallblond22/02/2014
Solo. Round of Leana Mhor (E), Creag Dhubh, Leana Mhor (W), Beinn a' Mhonicag.amswanston11/01/2013
round of carn dearg,leana mhor east,leana mhor west and beinn laruinn had to wade the river.robertphillips21/09/2012
Crossed river Roy bare foot and knee deep at Brunachan. Ascended north ridge. Continued to Carn Dearg.Topographer5728/04/2012
Solo Uisdean2504/06/2011
With Mora from GlenroyBLACKHILL04/05/2010
Forded river at Brunachan. Round the back on a bullzozed track,not visible from the glen and up gentle grassy slopes on the east side. Descent of north ridge. Easy short day, snow on plateau.fasgadh07/02/2010
Solo trip; with Carn DeargInvicta1429/06/2003
Parked by footbridge. Over bridge and 1 1/2 miles heading down the glen. Over final stream and gate in a new deer fence to RP. Steeply up over burnt heather patches and long plod to top at 12.00.arranc10/07/2002
Able to cross ruined footbridge to ascend.JohnW12/08/2001
With several friends. Left cars in Glen Roy at the view point. Walked back down the road a little way and then steeply down to the river on the track leading to Cranachan. Icy. Several canoeists were carrying canoes down to the river. A locked gate and fence barred the way to the bridge. A tree was a useful aid in climbing over the fence. We ascended the southern slopes of Leana Mhor, passing point 650m, to reach the summit of 676m. We started to descend to the west and then stopped for a quick meal. Cold. We continued and then turned south. Met a considerable ravine. Two of us found a sheep track/deer track to allow us to cross it and to descend to the top parallel road. The others used a somewhat more difficult way. We followed the parallel road and when it became difficult descended to the next parallel road which was followed for a way. Further on another ravine presented a minor difficulty. A surprisingly large number of people on the road down to Roy Bridge - walking and cycling.pwbellarby02/01/2001
Round of Carn Dearg and Leana Mhor from Glen Roy.Eddie20/06/1999
fine hill, flattish summit, wide view (NB parallel rds poorly defined). from FB @ 331909, ascending traverse to burn jct 324891 then ridge RHW27/12/1998
Sick Kid26/04/2019
GavinTheobald 325/04/2019
dave g10/04/2019
hill walker02/01/2019
Dave McG12/10/2016
Erik B12/10/2016