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Name:Meall na Faochaig
Hill number:913
Height:681m / 2234ft
RHB Section:12A: Kyle of Lochalsh to Garve
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NH 25753 52492
Summit feature:cairn
Col:408m  NH216559  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
(1:25k) 430
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 139 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
As Bob, usual route. Cold wind, breathtaking views today.iangalbraith07/02/2020
Nipped up here after checking on some work instrumentation installed nearby. Parked near bridge like others then walked along road to stalkerís path, up path to Tump with TV aerial then ascended up ridge. Nice views from summit.assynt_bob20/04/2019
With Kenny, before the wild weather came inSpudGunn14/01/2018
Lovely day good visibly nice hillNozzer27/05/2017
From Inverchoran as others. Rather a secretive hillhillsman04/05/2017
From Inverchoran, nice path up to 330 metres. Then up ridge leading to main west ridge, looks easy but ground underfoot is uneven and uncomfortable.Topographer5715/08/2016
A very good route all the way.jenx18/07/2016
Parked at bridge to Inverchoran. Back up road and used the old track to gain height before using the S ridge to gain the summit. Nice and quick on a gloomy day.nordicstar18/07/2016
Up stalker path a few yards west from Inverchoran.Campbell Singer26/10/2015
From Inverchoran on a really sweltering day (so unseasonal). Plagued by midges and other nasty flying things due to there being not a breath of wind to keep them away. Great views though were still to be enjoyed especially to the north where Liathach stood proudly against the blue sky.thenomad01/10/2015
From Inverchoran via C IucharaidhMartin R12/05/2015
after beinn mheadhoin from the bridge.robertphillips26/07/2014
DS DCMartin6604/01/2013
During a New Year week at Beauly. On a gloomy & murky day with J, Martin66 & Shaky up the track near Inverchoran until it petered out. Ground above looked easy-ish but turned into a bit of a slog. No view at the top. Quick descent by the same route.NotReallyABagger04/01/2013
2 of 2: From Inverchoran.ChrisR27/01/2012
NH, BW, CSw Uisdean2531/12/2007
Ascended from Inverchoran.JohnW27/07/2007
Parked at Inverchoran. Along road, easily up zig zag unused track through heather to a TV aerial. 800' slog over deer grass and tussock to an old fence line on the ridge and to top. 11.50. Golden plovers sounding off their key discordant interval song.arranc30/06/2006
Self and PeterInvicta1420/06/2005
Up and down from the road.Eddie06/12/1999
Date unrecorded. Pleasant ascent to fine summit, excellent near & far views. Carnoch 248511, simple ascent mainly on grassRHW01/01/1999
Am Bodach14/02/2019
GavinTheobald 205/05/2018
hill walker29/04/2018
Simon Winton07/01/2018
Tom Mundell13/08/2017
Trekking toes13/08/2017
dave g13/04/2017
Sick Kid18/02/2017
Dave McG22/03/2016