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Name:Meall na Fearna
Hill number:20
Height:809m / 2654ft
RHB Section:01B: Strathyre to Strathallan
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Earn
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,C,Y)
Grid ref:NN 65081 18680
Summit feature:small pile of stones
Drop:236m
Col:573m  NN638187  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 57
(1:25k) OL47W 368W
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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From Ardvorlich (10:45), following tracks up Glen Vorlich, then up W slopes of Beinn Domhnuill, heading directly to Meall na Fearna, returned over summit of Beinn Domhnuill, then back down to Glen Vorlich and return to Ardvorlich (14:45)kdbennett06/01/2019
Anticlockwise circuit, clagged in cloud of the TuMPs of the SE ridge culminating in the Marilyn Corbett summit.vegibagger16/11/2018
With Sue from Ardvorlich through Glen Vorlich and on to cold windy summit. Return same way. First of the winter snow. (dusting)Frank26/10/2018
Parked by church at head of Glen Artney (9:25) and cycled to about 674183 (10:25). Steeply W up trackless slopes N of stream to end of ridge above, then NW to E ridge of hill. Lumpy ground led to summit of Meall na Fearna (12:05). Back down E ridge then steeply direct down to Glen (13:55). Crossed river nearby (NB there is a bridge unmarked on map about 500m north). Straight up slopes opposite to (relocated) summit of Creag na h-Eurauidh (15:05). Down by same route to road, bike (16:15) and car (16:40). Cloud about 500m and some drizzle earlier; level rose later but still no view from either top.dbb02/09/2018
MMC walk my lead. John Berry and Rob Wight. also joined by Fiona Russell and Gordon. Ardvorlich to Beinn Domhuill to summit then back to track and car. Low cloud, warmish, light winds only really cold on summit. Snowshoes from 500m. 5 hours.alexmaclennan13/01/2018
Ardvorlich - Glen Vorlich - Meall na Fearna - Dubh Choirein - Stuc a' Chroin - Ben Vorlich - Ardvorlichdavidpettit8405/11/2017
Meall na Fearna and tops from Ardvorlich. Creagan an Lochain (twin tops, S considered higher), Beinn Domhnuill, camped overnight before Meall na Fearna W Top, and summit of Meall na Fearna. Descended NW into Glen Vorlich and rejoin ascent route.RobertP13/08/2017
Eventually bagged despite printing off the map in 2003! Fairly straight forward, bogs can be by passed from the west.Jhimmy04/06/2017
13 top round starting stuc gharbh finishing beinn fuath from glen artney, biked up the glen for first 6 km.robertphillips21/05/2017
A pleasant afternoon stroll from Glen Vorlich. You really cannot see the hill at all until you climb up to Beinn Domhnuill. The peat hags are easy to cross, and there's a slight path. I came down via the bumps leading to Bealach Gliogaranaich, which is very nice at first. The path towards Glen Vorlich then degenerates into a pretty nasty bogfest - follow the deer tracks, they know the best route! It's a relief to get back on the vehicle track. A nice walk nonetheless.Gill09/08/2016
A big day from tent up track from head of Glen Artney. A round of the horseshoe including Meall na Fearna, the Graham Creag na h-Eararuith and 13 graham tops. Had hoped for some bounding along on grassy ridges but only got those towards end, the rest a bit messy with peat hags, numerous bumps and tops with multiple claimants to be the high point. had some issues with the forest in crossing to south side, now partly felled and I thought I could work through the felled section on what looked like a track from above. Always a mistake, should have gone round west end as originally planned.A good day nonetheless.dickscroop31/07/2016
Solo.Dangerous Dave03/07/2016
From Glen Artney and up Gleann an Dubh Choirein, approaching the summit from the south. A clear day and a close up view of the south-eastern ridge of Ben Vorlich.Windy Corner15/05/2016
CKSheilaS29/12/2015
JimT07/12/2012
From Ardvorlichnordicstar09/11/2012
12 of 12: From Ben Vorlich.ChrisR16/10/2011
selfdavidsbatty17/03/2011
ben vorlich, stuc a chroin, and meallna fearna from the north.robertphillips23/01/2011
With Mora from ArdvorlichBLACKHILL21/05/2010
climbed from ardvorlichbuggerlugs21/07/2007
AloneSpudGunn06/06/2007
Galltywenallt19/02/2007
And 22/05/2018chrispine04/05/2006
With Ben & Tim, staying in Balquhidder.Grinner24/09/2005
With: solo; Climbed this after doing Ben Vorlich in morning. Left Helen and boys to do Stuc a'Chroin while I dropped down SE ridge then up Meall na Fearna. Descended via W top and met them again after waiting on path in Glen Vorlich.Ian Baines31/05/2004
solodonmeister14/04/2002
Climbed from Ardvorlich House setting off at 2.45pm and reacing the top at 5pm. Occasional blustery showers and hail showers at the top on cold southerly wind. Climbed B. Domhnuill on route. Large herd of deer on bealach in extensive peat bog area. All very light in colour. Two hares on the way down - both still in winter coats. Numerous grouse. Back in 1h10.Martin6601/04/2002
Finished trip with this hill the other side of Ben Vorlich.douglas_easton30/09/2001
From the N at Ardvorlich, via W top. Nice views.Aye Jimmy27/08/2001
FJB Uisdean2518/02/2001
Not a particular inspiring hillgman09/09/1999
See log for Ben VorlichGallovidian05/07/1997
Solo. From Glen Artney. Tarred public road continues beyond the end shown on the OS 1st series 1:50,000 map, but no parking or even a turn round at the end. Parked about 1km back from the end of the road. Walked to end of road and on track up slopes of Monadh Odhar before dropping down to Allt an Dubh Choirein. Walked up glen on path, actually quite wide for some way. At Dubh Choirein ruin took path towards Ben Vorlich / Meall na Fearnan col, but it is indistinct and difficult to follow. Before the col struck up the hillside to reach the summit of Meall na Fearna. Descended over point 742m and minor tops.pwbellarby23/06/1996
Solo tripInvicta1416/06/1996
Round of Meall na Fearna, Beinn Dearg, Mor Bheinn and Ben Halton from Glenartney Lodge where semi miserable stalker insisted on route I ignored after 15 mins.Eddie22/08/1995
from W top. Many downs and ups over hags to top, 13.30.arranc19/04/1995
Icy, very cold, clear.iangalbraith03/01/1995
Ascended from Glen Vorlich in overcast conditions. Went on to re-ascend Ben Vorlich.JohnW29/10/1993
Corbett bagging: Beinn Each and Meall na Fearna RHW25/10/1992
Route 24 on Cicerone guide to be published in 2012ancient brit23/03/1991
GavinTheobald 227/03/2019
weaselmaster09/02/2019
Sick Kid09/02/2019
Ralph17/09/2018
steven morrice26/08/2018
bertbarnett12326/01/2018
iansm22/10/2017
andrew brown26/08/2017
Tom Mundell28/05/2017