Add marker to map:              help
Marker Notes X

To add your own marker to the map, click on the appropriate symbol below the map, then click again at the location required on the map (using the crosshairs).

Logged-in registered users only...
When you add a marker, a pop-up box should then appear on the map - fill in the elevation (if known) and a brief description of your marker, then click [save].

To view previously saved markers which fall within the bounds of the map, click the show link (you may need to repeat this if you zoom or pan away from the current position on the map).

Name:Mam na Gualainn
Hill number:330
Height:796m / 2612ft
RHB Section:04A: Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Loch), Catchment Boundaries, Linnhe
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 11511 62539
Summit feature:cairn 6m E of trig point
Col:335m  NN140642  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
(1:25k) 384 392
Observations:base of cairn 10cm higher than flush bracket of trig point at NN 11505 62540
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

Show Map
(Please be considerate with your usage of the OS map pages, as there are daily limits)

View on: Geograph  OS Maps  Streetmap  NLS  OSM

Full screen map
Switch to Bing Maps view
(Please be considerate with your usage of the Full Screen/Bing Maps pages, as there are monthly limits)

Resize map: portrait / landscape / reset

Map Help, This page uses the Ordnance Survey OpenSpace API
which does not include Explorer (1:25000 scale) mapping.

Show/hide GPS File for mountains/markers shown

Show/hide GPX File for mountains shown

No summit photo available
Hill summit
No portrait photo available
Hill portrait

To contribute a summit or portrait photo for a hill
please contact the hillsummits website

N.B. Some hill summits are on private property or on land where there is no public right of way.  Permission should be sought from the landowner where access to a hill summit is through private land(*).
*For information about access rights in Scotland see the ScotWays website.
Please report via the contact page any logs you see below which describe or encourage acts of trespass, and mention the hill number and hill name.

Logged Descriptions  (logged by 309 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Solo. After camping at Red Squirrel and packing up a drenched tent. Wet day with mixed visibility. Lucky when reached the top with fairly clear views down to Loch Leven / Glencoe.amcculloch18/05/2019
In windy and fairly mank weather - getting back out after a short cold.atreides788714/03/2019
From the right of way east of Callert House using the highways reflector posts. Back same way.mindlessflogger28/02/2019
With Peter J, Andrew M, Terry, Beth, Wesley. From layby east of Callert House. Low cloud from 600m, much less windy than MWIS forecast. Faint path from near 466 col to summit.Owen B21/02/2019
With Alan Gillies, full traverse including Beinn na CaillichHighland Days19/01/2019
E-W Ridge Walk from Kinlochleven, over the 6 Tops north of Loch Leven, catching a bus back from North Ballachulish. Takes about five hours to walk - bus comes every 3 hours!summitter06/10/2018
North Ballachulish - Tom Iain - Creag Bhreac - Tom Meadhoin - Mam na Gualainn - Mam na Gualainn E Top - Beinn na Caillich - Kinlochleven.Mark Jackson18/08/2018
Solo on a wet and windy day. Colin dropped me off.iansm17/08/2018
Excellent E to W traverse from Kinlochleven to Callert House over the three tops - Beinn na Caillich, 755m top and Mam na Gualainn. Excellent steep snow to first top - quite challenging, then bouncing along on good snow all along the ridge. Only downside was the descent path which was as wet and boggy as ever. Bike back to Kinlochlevendickscroop21/02/2018
2nd corbett of the Day, Set off up the right of way from Callert house to the bealach turn east and up the ridge to summit. good views all around could see Schiehallion and Blackwater DamNozzer20/06/2017
3 Marilyn round from car park just w of Blar a Chaorainn. WHW to Lairigmor, the SW to join NE ridge of point 755 half way up. Over point 755 (lovely views of Stob Ban and Ben Nevis in summit lochan) then obvious circuit over Mam na Gualainn, Tom Meadhoin and Doire Ban. Down to Lochan Lunn Da Bhra and easily crossed river at E tip of lake. Clive G08/05/2017
From Kinlochleven. Mist and start of first snow of winter on summit.davechaffey08/11/2016
Mam na Gualainn ridge from Kinlochleven. Beinn na Caillich, Mam na Gualainn E top, Mam na Gualainn, returning back along ridge to beallach and descent NE back to West Highland Way and Kinlochleven. Excellent views to Beinn a Bheithir, Aonach Eagach and Mamores with a dusting of snow.RobertP05/11/2016
Wanted a long walk rather then a quick bag. Started at kinlochleven, followed the WHW path to obvious path leading to Beinn na Caillich. Then a 45 min walk to Mam na Gualainn, which looked a million miles away. Returned the same way. Good views.Jhimmy13/10/2016
From lay-by up RoW to col, turn right. Hazy but super views. Would be a lovely ridge walk (but SE gale). Crossed the col to bag Tom Meadhoin too.GWR Chris07/10/2016
From road (9:40) took signed footpath E of Callert Ho almost to col, then climbed up to SW ridge of Mam na Gualainn and along it following path to summit (11:30). Limited views; cloud on top; drizzly rain. Descended to col and followed reasonable path along the wide ridge to the summit of Tom Mheadhoin (12:40). Still in cloud but rain stopped. Back to col and then down footpath back to car (13:50).dbb26/07/2016
Carried on to Doire Ban & Tom Meadhoinduchally14/04/2016
29th Solo. Snow level down to 300m. Cloud base down to 600m, snow showers on and off, cold wind. Powder snow thick making travel difficult. From Kinlochleven, east to west traverse and walk out to North Ballachulish.RGibbs18/02/2016
With HF GroupJohnIvor01/10/2015
From B863 near Callert, a steep but fairly easy ascent, mainly on short grass.Topographer5707/09/2015
With Alan. Kayak around Isles of Glencoe after.Munroist393521/06/2014
Two excellent summits with fine views, linked by a very enjoyable high-level ridge. I went up beautifully constructed zigzags up the W slopes of Beinn na Caillich and down to NN107624 where the path shown on the map does not exist- better to have gone to the col. Though there are a few places when the paths are a mess or obscure, one is spoilt by having them nearly all the way,unusual for the Highlands. From Mamore Lodge road end (NN165623- gate with padlock),a 13 mile circuit over the tops and back via Lairigmor. Scallops and Tradewinds IPA afterwards at the MacDonald Hotel. It wasn't like that in Kinlochleven in the 1980s!pwheeler21/05/2014
a hard climb from Kinlochleven via west highland wayAristotle Chip16/08/2013
On the way back from a week in Ardgour with Shaky. A very wet morning had us in the Clachaig for lunch but with better weather forecast for the afternoon, decided to chance our arms on Mam na Gualainn. Parked at the edge of the woods at 095603, E of the Callert House entrance & followed good path N then NE over Callert Lump to summit. On upper slopes, mist started clearing & a glorious sunny view appeared. Returned to col & Shaky went down to the car while I wandered over to Tom Meadhoin & then to its W top where there was a spectacular view.NotReallyABagger09/08/2013
Linear route as part of TGO Challenge.Gayle12/05/2013
With Tom Meadhoin Graham, a lovely walk from the valley of our B and B.nickywood112/05/2013
From Callertbowlesy03/05/2013
DebsMountain Goat28/02/2013
first ascent, 3 in party, sleet with snow showers on the top, lots of snow under foot, but mostly good views in a bitter wind. straight up from the A82 via an old row, then up the ridge to the summit. return same wayrum doodle 10/02/2013
Ridgewalk with Max in driving drizzle and wind. Terrible descent through bracken and steep hillside to roadwalk back to the car.alexmaclennan28/06/2012
From near Callert House up to the bealach and then along ridge. Back over Tom M. Sunshine - hang out the flags.Martin R17/03/2012
Solo.Dangerous Dave27/02/2012
garbh bheinn morning and mam na gualainn, and tom meadhoin in the afternoon.robertphillips11/02/2012
From WHW there is a good path up Beinn a Caillich. Then a plod through the mist over undulating terrain to the summit. Returned more directly to WHW down flank of hillButeobuteo02/10/2011
With Filip N. Warm and Sunny. Walk started in Fort William and ended in kinlochleven: McDonald Hotel.stevenf10/04/2011
with BrainJamesSDonald01/12/2009
Traverse with JVJohn Lee15/03/2009
CK SheilaS29/12/2008
1 of 2: From B863 at Callert.ChrisR28/11/2008
Trig revisit. Fine hill & view; outclassed by its Corbett Top Beinn na Caillich. Tacked onto a snowy Mamores circuit, descending E via its 2 Tops then returning via good path to Mamore Lodge (£3 parking).RHW11/04/2008
With Keith Taylor in evening with GrahamSpudGunn04/05/2007
with Agav77724/02/2007
w Jenx, up from lodge at Kinlochleven - walk out on track, up to peak and back along ridge - good routenordicstar18/11/2006
NUFWS Loch Lochy trip. Large group including Jon, Phil & Clare.Grinner20/02/2005
Staying at the HF Guest House, Alltshellach. Solo. From a little east of Callert House. Walked on path towards Lairigmòr. I followed the path to a height of about 400m and then went up SW ridge of Mam na Gualainn to reach the summit. Descended the same way. A beautiful day with extensive views. Snow at most levels, quite thick high up. Very cold on top.pwbellarby26/12/2004
Second round ascent.pwbellarby 2nd26/12/2004
Family hike during stay at Isles of Glencoe Hotel.marktrengove26/10/2004
MC JC. Climbed on beautiful autumn day from Mamore Lodge. Fantastic tree colours along side of L. Leven. Very little wind a nd sun. all day. Great views in all directions. Agreed that this would have made a great 'final' Corbett!Martin6618/10/2003
Solo walk in wind and rain, full of flu-yet managed 3 marilyns. Doire Ban & Tom Meadhoin after this. Lovely trees on descent - rough.Slept all next day in chalet with flu.Chris Pearson23/02/2003