|Height:||588m / 1929ft|
|RHB Section:||15A: Loch Broom to Strath Oykel|
|Class:||Marilyn, Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five, Yeaman|
|Grid ref:||NH 27041 96221|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 20|
|Observations:||cairn 70m N at NH 27043 96290 is 30cm lower|
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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Please report via the contact page any logs you see below which describe or encourage acts of trespass, and mention the hill number and hill name.
|Logged Descriptions (logged by 57 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Parked at spaces by gate. Cycled to East Lodge, track to main lodge is mostly tarred but after is good landrover track. Walked along road till at east ridge and up easy ground to summit then on to cairn, 2 hours 30 minutes. Down due west to bealach for route to MLC||Coinneach||10/04/2019|
|2 of 5: From Creag a Chait. With Sam.||ChrisR||26/06/2018|
|Cycled from just above Ullapool as far as Cadubh, then directly up and down MCL before cycling on past East Rhidorroch as far as 263940 and onto easy SW ridge. Descending cloud and increasing wind compromised the views to the south and west. Track from Ullapool is paved as far as Rhidorroch and good as far as East R but thereafter steep and stony.||Topographer57||01/09/2017|
|Nice bike ride in from Ullapool (drove up private road for few hudred metres and parked by gate). Left bike at East Rhidorroch, walked up stony track and onto south ridge which was much drier than surrounding ground. Direct line across to Meall Liath Choire and back down to bike. Some fascinating rock formations and topography. Easy walking throughout. Fortunately no stalking today. Bit hazy but views across to Coigach peaks still stunning.||AndrewFinnimore||22/07/2017|
|From East Rhidorroch Lodge. Easy slopes. Majestic views.||Campbell Singer||17/05/2017|
|The day after being turned back from the Glen because of stalking- mid July! we came back and drove to East Rhidorroch lodge having negotiated access on being asked to change our plan. Followed the track then the offturn stalkers path before bearing off at 300m on the direct ridge to Cnoc Damph. Therafer an almost direct line to Meall Liath Coire before descending to the track and van 1km short of parking spot by the lodge.||nordicstar||29/07/2016|
|The walk up using the stalkers paths would have been nice on a better day. A lovely area.||jenx||29/07/2016|
|Not sure if it is possible to get any wetter.Arranc explains the route I kind of reversed it.||Martin R||22/09/2015|
|From Duag Bridge - got wet crossing stream.||jimbloomer||08/06/2014|
|From southeast (Mullach a'Chadha Bhuidhe) then north over Rappach Water to Meall an Fhuarain.||Alan Moore||02/06/2011|
|Mizzling rain for most of day. On bike on track to Rhidorroch Lodge, past a quarry to Cadubh. Left bike, on track to junction to top of path at a very wet bealach at 11.30. Plod into mist to a ridge and top at 12.45. No view - mist. Downhill on compass to cross river at 13.30. 2 steps underwater. to Meall Liath.||arranc||25/07/2010|
|Round of Meall Dubh, Meall Liath Choire and Cnoc Damh from Knockdamph bothy.||Eddie||10/05/1999|