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Name:Meall Fuar-mhonaidh
Hill number:878
Height:699m / 2293ft
RHB Section:11B: Glen Affric to Glen Moriston
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Ness
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,G)
Grid ref:NH 45705 22203
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:234m
Col:465m  NH428221  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 26
(1:25k) 416S
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 175 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
5.7 mile there and back walk up tourist path from car park, in sun/high cloud. The trail is very easy to follow and very nice through proper woodland at bottom then climbs up onto the hill itself, some areas that would usually be boggy are completely dry at the minute so made for easy walking, up to the summit, one of the best views we have had in the Highlands and the mountain is only 699m!DanTrig12/06/2018
Solo.Dangerous Dave21/05/2018
Ruth, Helen, KateBlisco31/12/2017
Solo. From car park at Grotaig along signposted hill path to Meall Fuar-mhonaidh. Rather muddy in parts. There are three tops, all with cairns on them. Highest one is the one furthest west. Returned same way. Nice day with just a few drops of rain and excellent visibility.pwbellarby21/10/2017
Walked up with Suzie. Very boggy for majority of the way up. Snow on summit.Ben Lowery10/01/2017
Muddy tourist path up, then on to Glas-bheinn Mhor.Topographer5723/09/2016
From Grotaig parking. Track and path normale to the summit, thereafter the back fells to second Marilyn Glas Bhein Mhor. Cut round over rough ground to eventually regain upwards track.nordicstar15/10/2015
selfdavidsbatty08/06/2015
First of year. Tourist path. However icy and very windy. Large party in front of ms turned back. Foolhardy me kept going. Nice top and then carried on to t'other Marilyn.Martin R02/01/2015
Galltywenallt24/10/2014
round of 2 as per graham book.robertphillips25/04/2014
Solo. With GBM, from Alltsigh. Bike to 438216 - steep climb up, good fun descent.amswanston27/09/2013
From the car park next to the pottery. Very easy route up a good path. In the clag so no views.bowlesy30/08/2013
From the car park at the road head. Beautiful clear day with fantastic views down the Great Glen. Jets flying down the glen below up added to the day. Also say a rare fog bow as we emerged out of the valley fog (like a rain bow but white).mindlessflogger24/12/2012
Hyperopic15/01/2012
dazza499430/07/2011
Hyperopic04/12/2010
CraigW25/10/2010
Nice walkmfel5708/10/2010
Easy walk from (and parking at) Balbeg. Stayed at a B&B in 2014 where they'd never done a proper hillwalk and asked for advice. I suggested this hill- easy but yes a hillwalk for sure and iconic (I think this is acceptable usage!) views of the Highlands. This hill stands out in the view from Chanonry Point- that says a lot in its favour.pwheeler28/05/2010
Hyperopic30/01/2010
From A82 by Lochness Hostel (Alltsigh), along forest road until able to go straight to top. Then southwest till past tarn and then northwest to Glas-bheinn Mhor.Alan Moore29/08/2008
With HazelSpudGunn13/07/2006
Parked almost at end of road at Balbeg. To end of road on VWDP duck boards etc gates and stiles, through birch wood by stream and uphill over deer fence with a massive stile. Long climb on a dry path on peaty ridge to top at 11.50. to G B Mhorarranc29/06/2006
Climbed during MarHoF Meet at Fort Augustus.marktrengove03/06/2006
With Sophie & Nic Gordon, Chris Gordon, Andy, Peter & Becca Hardy?zoob31/03/2005
AMT Uisdean2502/01/2004
StevenJimA22/03/2003
Ascended from Balbeg. Moved on to Glas-bheinn Mhor.JohnW25/05/2000
Usually done in a winter gale.Gill01/01/2000
Round of Meall Fuar-mhonaidh and Glas-bheinn Mhor on a hot day.Eddie23/08/1999
fine hill, descend SE via steep heathery gully @ 463224. A82 Alltsigh, tk to 437193, new tk to 437217, return via tk from 472213 RHW30/12/1998
Also 18/3/2011tallscottishguy03/04/1994
Climbed numerous timesAm Bodach01/06/1992
With John FinnieBigJ31/01/1981
Solo Uisdean2501/01/1975
borderline20/05/2018
highlandhillwalker08/01/2018
Tricky11/10/2017
alda17/04/2017
traighmhor17/02/2017
LissiLou08/01/2017
AndyS27/12/2016
weaselmaster18/12/2016
Sick Kid18/12/2016
Tom Mundell29/10/2016
bertbarnett12313/06/2016
Isbjorn27/05/2016
NormanW23/04/2016
marsdavs22/11/2015