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Name:Meall na Aighean East Top
Hill number:131
Height:904m / 2966ft
Parent (Ma):107  Carn Mairg
RHB Section:02A: Loch Rannoch to Glen Lyon
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Simm, Corbett Top
Grid ref:NN 70631 49510
Summit feature:cairn
Col:862m  NN703496  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 51 52
(1:25k) OL48E OL49W 378E 386W
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 40 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at 729474 and then through the gate and up into the trees to the hillside. Some snow and very windy but clear. The start or winter!curlebd27/10/2019
An anti-clockwise circui rt from Fortingall: Meall nan Eun; Meall na Aighean; Creagan Mhor. Parked close to main entrance to Glen Lyon house, this was the only gate open but had a 'No Hill Access'sign. While changing car came out of gate next to bridge and left it open - no sign so I took my chance and gained hiil track via the farm outbuildings with no people about. easy track onto ridge, then a short stretch of rough heathery ground until easier going to the summit. Pickled oput a line on opposite side to col between Meall an Aighean and its West top which worked out well, over West top and on to Creagan Nhor. Dropped down to join other track by the ruin and followed it to farm. Could not find a track oput to the road (tghere must be onem, finished up crossing a stile into a field (next to the pig!), across that and another style into cottage gardens, where a parked car was a good indication of track access. Followed track to Glen Lyon road about a kilometre west of start. Not sure tdickscroop26/08/2019
meall crumach, meall nan eun, meall na aighean, meall na aighean east top, creag mhor from fortingallrobertphillips01/07/2019
shapely stony summit (mist). acw circuit from Fortngall RHW28/03/2005
With: hr; From Invervar through gate & path up SSW ridge of Meall na Aighean. Out to E top. Down & up to Meall Liath then up to Carn Mairg. W to Meall a'Bharr & Meall Garbh then An Sgorr & Carm Gorm. Down to Invervar Burn & path. Cloudy day with some viewIan Baines08/05/1985
With: ib; Helen Baines08/05/1985
Steve Q06/04/2018
Sick Kid06/08/2017
Lindsay M18/09/2016
Gavin Theobald21/04/2011
Colin Crawford02/12/2006
Tom Mundell18/08/2002
Paul and Terri26/07/1999
David Purchase18/04/1992
Pete R20/06/1982