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Name:Meall Bhasiter
Hill number:754
Height:718m / 2356ft
Parent (Ma):749  Beinn Bhuidhe
RHB Section:10B: Knoydart to Glen Kingie
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Nevis (Loch)
Class:Hump, Simm, Submarilyn, Graham Top
Grid ref:NM 84630 97182
Summit feature:rock 2m NNW of cairn
Col:574m  NM835967  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33 40
(1:25k) 398E 413S
Observations:note: on approach from W, cairn at NM 84200 97065 is not the summit
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 67 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Overnight at Arisaig and early morning ferry to Inverie. Walked to Mam Meadhail and then back along the ridge to the summit. Chose a poor line of descent at the western edge of the ridge by a hydro scheme pipeline: not recommended. Warm and very hot. Stunning views in all directions.benalder28425/05/2017
Meall Bhasiter, Beinn Bhuidhe, Sgurr Coire nan Gabhar, A'Chruach. Ferry from Mallaig to Inverie, walk to Mam Meadail (good views to Sgurr na Ciche) and then along fine ridge. From Sgurr Coire nan Gabhar descended S to follow curving ridge eventually heading W, past some old workings, then NW to A'Chruach (two knolls, the NW one appearing higher). Camped overnight just below summit (fine spot overlooking Inverie) before descending NE to the village.RobertP21/05/2017
Amazing day. Beautiful weather and incredible views of Knoydart. The whole ridge going west from Mam Meadail back to Inverie.Campbell Singer23/10/2016
See Beinn Bhidhedickscroop29/04/2015
Two-day backpack: Inverie - Beinn na Caillich - Ladhar Bheinn - camp at Mam Barrisdale - Luinne Bheinn - Meall Buidhe - Bheinn Bhuidhe - Inveriedavidpettit8425/05/2014
En route from Sourlies to Inverie. Weather wet but tops always out of cloud so good views.garyhoney18/06/2011
BACKPACKING TRIP from Kinloch HournBLACKHILL07/06/2011
with Julian Foot (Beinn Bhuidhe)davidsbatty09/05/2011
SMMC Knoydart meet.clashcityrocker13/06/2006
fine hill (mist). Bracorina-Doune RHW26/04/2003
from north top. Many drops on the way to top at 12.45. to Sagairtarranc30/06/2000
Solo Uisdean2525/05/1997
Ascended from Inverie, having climbed Beinn Bhuidhe.JohnW02/06/1988
hill walker01/05/2017
Wycombe Wanderer28/04/2017
andrew brown15/04/2017
Andrew Simmons02/09/2015
Sick Kid14/06/2015
Alan Whatley16/05/2013
Gavin Theobald26/03/2011
Alison R16/07/2005
Tony S25/05/2003
Colin Crawford10/05/2002
john steel30/03/2002