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Name:Meall Garbh
Hill number:2992
Height:848m / 2782ft
Parent (Ma):207  Beinn Sgulaird
RHB Section:03B: Loch Linnhe to Loch Etive
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Creran, Catchment Boundaries, Etive
Class:Simm, Corbett Top
Grid ref:NN 04776 45183
Summit feature:cairn on outcrop
Col:788m  NN046450  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
(1:25k) 384
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 172 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Debs & Tali, late start, Rocky Tops of Beinn Sgulaird as per Pocket Mountains, Central Highlands.Mountain Goat19/09/2019
Lots of ups & downs today, not looking hopeful for a clear summit, not seen it yetLizzieG12/07/2019
Dave McG07/07/2019
carole engel01/06/2019
Am Bodach29/05/2019
Ascent of Beinn Sgulaird from Druimavuic. Anticlockwise route, ascending ridge line before descending the west flank of Beinn Sgulaird.welshyboyo08/08/2018
Pete R22/07/2017
On TGO ChallengeColin Crawford12/05/2017
On route to Beinn SgulairdRoblex18/04/2017
Out & back from Druimavuic. Descended in the twilight & then dark after watching the sunset from the lower flanks. With Gavin & Alex.MorecambeMonkey25/03/2017
Crossed on descent from Beinn Sgulaird.PeakyPete28/08/2016
With Beinn Sgulaird by SW ridge from Loch Crerankdbennett24/08/2016
Paul and Terri27/03/2016
En route to Beinn Sguilard from DruimavuicCrib Goch06/07/2015
From Druimavuic a round of Druim a'Vuic, BS ST, Meall Garbh, Beinn Sgulaird and NT.rhalstead05/07/2015
Second SiMS of the day en route to Beinn Sgulaird.. had to re-visit top on the return to the start of the walk.Buteobuteo08/06/2015
Clear-ish and pleasant day with a breeze moderating, leading to great views. Very enjoyableCapt Malbec14/03/2015
3 & 5 of 6: Out from Beinn Sgulaird South Top. Return From Beinn Sgulaird.ChrisR04/08/2014
From Druimnavic with Robert Wight and Ron Dorn. Fantastic sunny calm day with stunning views.alexmaclennan18/04/2014
Top on the way to Munro. Very snowy.Play2End01/03/2014
self (Beinn Sgulaird)davidsbatty02/12/2013
Sick Kid26/05/2013
second ascent of beinn sgulaird, with a first ascent of the 2 south tops, 2 in party, clear for most of the day, then a prolonged snow shower as we start our descent, climbed from druimavuic, pt 488 and up the ridge to pt 863, cut steps in the descent, pt 848, again cut steps down from this top and the final summit ridge in crampons, only taking them off after descending a few hundred metres from the summit.rum doodle 07/02/2013