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Name:Beinn a' Chlachain [Meall an Doireachain]
Hill number:995
Height:626m / 2054ft
RHB Section:13B: Applecross to Achnasheen
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (North)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,G,Y)
Grid ref:NG 72419 49038
Summit feature:rock 8m S of trig point
Drop:373m
Col:253m  NG750520  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 24
(1:25k) 428N
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 123 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
aul-fogie08/05/2019
From Hartfield house, along the track to the end of the plantation, then up the very steep ridge, with good views of the coire. Turn right at the top and stroll to the trig. Very quick descent, smooth, dry ground.Gill06/04/2019
Tartantraveller05/04/2019
gary198105/04/2019
Ledi05/04/2019
Erik B03/02/2019
Jaxter17/10/2018
KeithByTheC31/07/2018
Route as arranc, but found it reasonably straightforward despite hill fog from about 300m.Owen B10/07/2018
JulieB25/05/2018
BrianFish24/05/2018
PGCE11/05/2018
GavinTheobald 201/04/2018
bertbarnett12325/02/2018
thenomad14/02/2018
jonglew14/02/2018
Tom Mundell18/11/2017
Trekking toes18/11/2017
BrianJ23/07/2017
IainK14/07/2017
highlandhillwalker01/06/2017
alda28/03/2017
BlackPanther12/03/2017
weaselmaster25/08/2016
Sick Kid25/08/2016
Dave McG26/06/2016
Isbjorn08/06/2016
IanHHill28/05/2016
h3cla26/05/2016
NormanW11/04/2016
hill walker09/03/2016
Gallovidian09/10/2015
willyross01/07/2015
lindaross01/07/2015
With D Roeder. Parked by Hartfield Hostel. NW along track to end of wood then up SW edge of Coire Glas to plateau and to summit. Sunshine, great views. Back along plateau edge for about 2k then with some difficulty down v steep slopes back to car (13:10)dbb18/05/2015
with TMS friendsdavidsbatty16/05/2015
anne336616/05/2015
Included Meall na Fhuaid.Campbell Singer08/05/2015
Tony S18/04/2015
richtea504024/03/2015
From Hartfield House.ChrisR16/03/2015
With Jenx from Hartfield Field Centre. Parking beside track outside. Cut up to forest edge above hospital then good deer tracks providing an uphill traverse under crags. Above a knoll a break in the hill allows easy access to the ridge, from there to summit is an easy walk. Back over the 5H top and down coire rim direct to track and back to start. Wintry.nordicstar03/01/2015
jenx03/01/2015
from hatfield hostel strath maol chalium up steep slopes next to sitka wood to ridge line to summit.robertphillips16/11/2014
From Heritage centre and then along the ridge. Interesting glacial features.Martin R26/09/2014
needanewdog31/08/2014
TONY DEALL10/08/2014
DaveMcS06/07/2014
MC JC OMartin6604/05/2014
ancient brit30/04/2014