|Name:||Druim nan Eilid|
|Height:||382m / 1253ft|
|Parent (Ma):||1644 Uamh Bheag|
|RHB Section:||01B: Strathyre to Strathallan|
|Donald area:||Glen Artney Hills|
|Catchment:||Catchment Boundaries, Earn, Forth|
|Watershed:||Firth of Tay, Ardlamont Point to Fife Ness, Firth of Forth|
|Grid ref:||NN 65451 12964|
|Summit feature:||old overgrown cairn|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 57|
(1:25k) OL47W 368W
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 12 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Crossed the bridge over the Keltie Water (nice pools) east of Druim Mor and followed the track to Meall Leathan Dhall, taking in Tom Dubh en route. Then went cross country to bag Druim Meadhoin and Druim nan Eilid. Straightforward in dry conditions. Then back over the river via the bridge south of Arivurichardich and along the track southwards to Braeleny. Still had an hour to kill so took in the summit of Druim Mor as well before heading back to lockdown.||summitter||18/04/2020|
|From SW, last of 4 from the Bracklinn road, sunny showery pm||RHW||13/01/2019|
|From my back garden in Callander. Through the golf course, up Braeleny Road, east over the Keltie Water and on a good track to within a hundred yards or so of Tom Dubh's summit knoll. Rejoined the track until a side spur led to the summit of Meall Leathan Dail, just across the fence line where it makes a distinctive bow to the west. Back to the track, crossing it and descending NNW to the high point of the double height fence - not a true deer fence, so easy to squeeze through - and over marshy tussocks to Druim Meadhoin. NW to a col and a gentle climb to the single stone marking the summit of Druim nan Eilid before heading west to the easily visible bridge - very direct, very tussocky - and returning along the Braeleny Road.||Nick Down1||04/02/2018|
|4 tump round tom dubh, meall leathan dhail, druim meadhoin,druim nan eilid, from track to the west.||robertphillips||26/01/2018|
|Useful overgrown vehicle track from main track to north.||alda||14/09/2016|