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Name:Meall an t-Sagairt
Hill number:11172
Height:139m / 456ft
Parent (Ma):1403  Cruach Lerags
RHB Section:19A: Oban to Loch Fyne
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Watershed:Greater Loch Linnhe
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NM 88058 30984
Summit feature:no feature
Col:107m  NM879311  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 49
(1:25k) 359 376
Observations:level summit area
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 10 users)ByDate of Ascent
From forestry track to the south...Easy.. Open hillside, tree graveyard.vegibagger21/05/2018
7th Tump of 12 today on a 23.8km route from Connel to SYHA Oban, climbing Dun Clachach, Creag an Lubhair, Ganavan Hill (south top) Cnoc Carnach, Barra Mor and Clach na h-Ealtainne, descending East then ascending through the felled forest to explore four high points, two of which my GPS read 136m @ NM 88053 30985 and NM 88061 30984 respectively. Nice views of the higher hills. Highest point has a small Triangular stone atop. Descent Sw along ridge then South over fence over stream next to garden, over railway line heading East for Barran an Fhraoich...Dazingdale06/05/2018
Flattish felled summit area with indistinct HP covered with brash, accessed from forest machinery track . Good views til new trees grow. Parking at wide entrance to reservoir track to SW and short walk.Denise 24/04/2018
From Oban along Glencruitten Road and Achavaich road to gate about 878307. Track through gate now widened for forestry traffic and gorse largely gone. Up this road a short distance, then right up south-west ridge to top of hill. Trees on summit and north-west side felled very recently, leaving ground very messy. Light cloud, some sunshine, the odd snowflake, chilly wind. Down and back to Oban by similar route.mainnirnamfiadh18/03/2018
Done from the north, returning from its neighbour - not recommended due to the huge amounts of windthrow. There's a route of sorts along the NE - SW ridgeline back to the gorse path and parking spot on the roadColin Crawford15/04/2017
On return to Oban after Creag an Iubhair. Rough track from road about 882310 to ridge, then through fence into trees in direction of summit, but without reaching it (ground very rough and wet), so not ticked. Down again to road and continue into Oban.mainnirnamfiadh28/02/2017
Straight up from road - v steep grass n bracken but no difficulties (in springtime).RHW09/06/2015