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Name:Meall nam Fuaran
Hill number:2936
Height:805m / 2641ft
Parent (Ma):2  Creagan na Beinne
RHB Section:01A: Loch Tay to Perth
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Hump, Simm, Corbett Top, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN826361 (est)
Col:671m  NN813374  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 52
(1:25k) 379W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 46 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked near Croftmill (space for one car on verge at end of passing place). Round of 7 Simms: Meall nam Fuaran and north top, Harrow Hill, Meall nan Eannchain, Sron a' Chairidh, Creag Grianain, Meall Mor.PGCE06/07/2020
We followed the pheasant fanciers track up the east flank of Meall nam Fuaran from Croftmill. It peters-out a few hundred metres from the top but a mix of sheep, hare and deer routes help map a way through the heather and sphagnum. Then to the North Top across (thankfully dry) peat hags and on to Garrow Hill, where a new lazy-shooters track is joined. The same track provides a good return route to SE of Garrow farmhouse in Glen Quaich, meaning a trek back along the road - quiet and with plenty of bird distraction to pass the time - curlew, lapwing, dipper, swallow, swift, greylag, oystercatcher etc. Around 3.5 hrs in total.summitter25/05/2020
Andrew Simmons27/09/2019
A 7.45 start to give me time to take tent down and drive over 400 miles home after I finished - and to beat the rain. A good track up from Garrow all the way to first summit bar a short section of less than 1km on good grass: Sron a Chaoineidh: back to on track to Meall nan Eanchain then easy going NE to Garrow Hill; then, as I had time, east to Meall nam Fuaran N top; Meall nam Fuaran; NW stright down to road near start point without problems.dickscroop04/06/2019
From Newton Bridge and Glen Almond. Land rover track to within about 600 metres of the summit.benalder28402/01/2019
From Croftmill, 4X4 track to 700m then summit, On to North Top and Garrow Hill.NormanW04/12/2017
C/W round of meall nam fuaran, meall nam fuaran north top, garrow hill, meall nan eanchainn, sron a chaoineidh, creag an sqliata, from parking on verge east of croftmill, biked from hp of road to the west back to car, a mixture of tracks and good ground , and a few peat hags.robertphillips30/09/2017
Parked at 867367, track from Croftmill up to 710m. Summit may or may not be the cairn.Topographer5720/08/2017
Martin R03/05/2017
Followed shooter's track in from the east, which goes much further than map shows.JohnW05/04/2017
Alan Whatley13/11/2016
hill walker16/12/2012
Lindsay M04/03/2012
Sun and high cloud, cool breeze, warm, good views.iangalbraith13/07/2011
Gavin Theobald25/07/2010
Ascent from Loch Freuchie via bulldozed track accessing lines of grouse butts.Phaedra30/05/2010
The Dancing Mon28/06/2009
Colin Crawford07/07/2005
From Glen Quaich Lodgedunx200530/12/2004
fine summit & view, views into & across Glen Lochan v fine. acw traverse Garrow-Glenquaich Lodge, parked in field with permission RHW04/04/2004