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Name:Mam na Gualainn East Top
Hill number:4039
Height:755m / 2477ft
Parent (Ma):330  Mam na Gualainn
RHB Section:04A: Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Loch), Catchment Boundaries, Linnhe
Class:Simm, Graham Top
Grid ref:NN 12261 62676
Summit feature:no feature
Col:719m  NN119626  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
(1:25k) 384 392
Observations:rocky knoll 140m ENE at NN 12395 62726 is probably lower
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 78 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
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
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
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
Part of the fine ridgewalk between Beinn na Caillich and Mam na Gualainn- see their logs for details of my walk from Kinlochleven.pwheeler21/05/2014
tough climb off the west highland wayAristotle Chip17/08/2013
From the valley, with the neighbouring Corbett, nice alternative to Munro Bagging.nickywood112/05/2013
Ridgewalk with Max in driving drizzle and wind. Terrible descent through bracken and steep hillside to roadwalk back to the car.alexmaclennan28/06/2012
w Jenx, up from lodge at Kinlochleven - walk out on track, up to peak and back along ridge - good routenordicstar18/11/2006
with Liz Patterson, SMMC meet Onichclashcityrocker16/10/2002
From Kinlochleven along WHW then path over Allt Nathrach over Beinn na Caillich (CTC) to this W top of Mam na Gualainn then on to Corbett back down via WHWcelticrambler16/06/2002
Cloudy, windy, snow on ground, short distance views, from Mamore Lodge. 2009 repeat - warm, sunny, calm, good views.iangalbraith14/02/1999
Second summit on way to Mam na Gualainn.Aye Jimmy28/05/1998
With Robin, Rich Barry, Paddy Ryan.thenomad17/02/1997
With RaymondMaggie13/09/1993
Ascended whilst walking from Mam na Gualainn to Beinn na Caillich.JohnW19/02/1990
Dave Geere27/05/2018
Martin R30/04/2018
Lindsay M19/11/2017
Tony S19/08/2017
hill walker09/08/2017
Clive G08/05/2017
Alan Whatley01/03/2017
Sick Kid11/10/2014
Gavin Theobald01/02/2012
Jon F21/03/2010
Steve Q28/09/2009