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Name:Meall Innis an Loichel
Hill number:952
Height:390m / 1280ft
RHB Section:12B: Killilan to Inverness
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NH 20423 38948
Summit feature:cairn on rock
Col:219m  NH199388  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
(1:25k) 430
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 93 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
E ridge of Beinn na Muice to fine summit, then descending W, over Monar dam to climb then NW ridge of Meall Innis an Loichel. Fine hot sunny day.RobertP05/07/2018
From the layby between the two dams. Very windy.NormanW11/05/2018
From upper dam, quick up/down. 3/4N.Morters04/05/2018
Parked the car, walked up the hill, came down again. Ffffing windy on the top and in between.Gill28/10/2017
Parked by the second dam and went up the steep Southwest face to the summit, returning on the easier Northwest face back to the start point. With Chris.Peterb19/05/2017
As per Peterb's account. Lovely views in all directions - a fine viewpoint.bowlesy19/05/2017
6 of 6: From between the dams.ChrisR08/04/2017
With Jenx from parking off Water Board road to west. Here at least below the clag the weather behaved, up the west ridge to summit boulders and cairn. 4 of 4 today.nordicstar21/03/2016
Quick up and down after a previous soaking on the other two hills. Nice to get down to the Slaters for a warming and a pint.jenx21/03/2016
That little parking space is obviously the one to use.Martin R12/10/2015
3rd/3 for the day. From high point of road between two dams. Small but pleasing.Topographer5714/08/2015
from the high point on the road after the dam headwall.robertphillips05/04/2015
With Alan Dawson and Chris Watsonvegibagger16/07/2014
bike, walk CraigW20/05/2014
Parked at first dam and quickly up the steep north side, back down and across to the other 2 Marilyns.AndrewFinnimore27/04/2014
CRM, PMI, SRM Uisdean2520/10/2013
Drove up to the dam for a short walk on a travelling day(Cannich to Birnam). Up deer-nibbled slopes to a fine viewpoint- green Strathfarrar below, Loch Monar and big hills in cloud above. Worthwhile place to appreciate a special view, almost the one celebrated in Iain Thomson's Isolation Shepherd. Just an hour on foot.pwheeler30/05/2010
Quick late afternoon ascent, having first climbed the two Marilyns to the west. Weather perfect but no camera.JohnW02/06/2009
10 miles up Glen Farrar to start of Farrar four path. 2 kilometre walk to cross over the dam to prow of hill still on tarmac. Left pack. Cuckoo. Up on deer grass bypassing grey boulder slabs to top at 10.45. to Muicearranc06/07/2006
Took in on return to dam after western Mullardoch munrosChris Pearson12/08/2002
From the track up from the end of Strathfarrar.Eddie09/11/2000
steep wet hill, fine rocky summit. dam @ 203395, 3 Marilyns then return along good tk RHW26/12/1999
Sick Kid09/12/2016
Tom Mundell23/07/2016
TONY DEALL13/05/2016
Emma Rose07/07/2014
Rowan Piper07/07/2014