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Name:Meall an Tagraidh [Meall an t-Sagairt]
Hill number:4291
Height:759.9m / 2493ft
Parent (Ma):764  Meall na h-Eilde
RHB Section:10C: Loch Arkaig to Glen Moriston
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Hump, Simm, Graham Top, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 19462 94043
Summit feature:cairn
Col:626.3m  NN 1902 9408  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 34
(1:25k) 399 400
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 38 users)ByDate of Ascent
From the Witches Pool, up the forestry track along the Gleann Cia-aig to Meall an t-Sagairt, across to Meall na h-Eilde and on to Meall Coire nan Saobhaidh, before doubling back to h-Eilde's west top and the big down and up to the fine ridge of Glas Bheinn. Got back on the forestry track by returning northwards to Coire na Cosaig, then eastwards to a dam over which it is possible to cross the Abhainn Chia-aig.summitter13/04/2019
Meall na h-Eilde and Meall an Tagraidh. Up track from W end of Mile Dorcha and then straight up top main summit through knee deep very soft snow. stable enough so no problems though hard work. Easy cross over to second summit with a fence to follow and then straight back down. A much finer day than the forecast, pleasant weak sun most of time.dickscroop27/01/2019
1 of 6: From Dark Mile CP: Eas Chia Aig.ChrisR11/09/2016
From Dark Mile in snowy conditions.Martin R28/12/2014
while corbettingoatcake30/05/2014
From car park at foot of Glen Cia-Aigm up valley and climb to Eilde, then cross top to Geal carn, down to road at Acnasaul and back to startnordicstar31/12/2008
fine bookend summit, mostly grass, last summit on TGOC Day 2. TGO Challenge: Strathan to Laggan RHW15/05/2006
Round of Glas Bheinn, Glas Charn and Meall na h-Eilde from the Loch Arkaig road.Eddie03/01/1997
Ascended from Geal Charn by following the ruined fence in clearing but snowy conditions.JohnW18/02/1990
Alan Whatley31/05/2016
Dave Geere10/09/2014
hill walker29/09/2013
Andrew Simmons21/01/2011
Gavin Theobald08/12/2010
Colin Crawford07/05/2010
Pete R10/06/2006
john steel21/02/2004
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