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Name:An Grianan
Hill number:2965
Height:862.6m / 2830ft
Parent (Ma):120  Stuc an Lochain [Stuchd an Lochain]
RHB Section:02A: Loch Rannoch to Glen Lyon
County/UA:Perth and Kinross
Class:Hump, Simm, High Hills of Britain, Corbett Top, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 48072 42963
Summit feature:small rock
Col:761.3m  NN 4832 4371  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 51
(1:25k) OL48W 378W
Observations:cairned outcrop 70m SSE at NN 48096 42901 is 0.4m lower
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 63 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Circuit from Pubil. Steep track then steady steep ascent to summit of An Grianan. Continued to Sron Chona Choirein, Stuic and Lochain and Meallan Odhar, descending SW ridge to join the ascent track.RobertP19/07/2023
From PubilBaggerGutt26/03/2023
Parked at Pubil crossroads. Up past two barns and the West side of the wood, crossing 2 deer fences and the burn to join the hydro road. Crossed the Allt Camaslaidh north of Inflow 3, then a trudge to the top in thick mist. Then on to Meallan Odhar and CAC Meall Phubaill.NormanW16/04/2022
Parked on the verge at NN460 419, and walked back along the road to the gate of Pubil Lodge. Signs clearly discouraged entry, so went east to just beyond the cattle grid, then straight up the hillside on grass, and along the ridge to the summit. Good views over Loch Lyon. On to Meall an Odhar.LizH03/07/2021
Along the Loch Lyon north side track from just west of Pubil to its highest point then over easy mossy ground to Meall Phubuill 710m then on to the 796m summit. NE to Sron a' Choire Chnapanaich, avoiding the worst off the hags. An old fence line drops southwards then re-climbs to Meallan Odhar. Continuing to Stuc an Lochain meant that we joined the Easter walkers enjoying the unseasonal sunshine, so we left the tourist path to bag the empty An Grianan. A straightforward descent westwards to the hydro dam on the Allt Camaslaidh, where low water levels made a potentially tricky crossing to the track on the far side more feasible than would be the case in wetter conditions.summitter03/04/2021
With Tatiana & Skye. Skye wore her new belay jacket very icy and coldGrimpeur123429/11/2020
An anticlockwise round of 5 tops direct from tent by Loch Lyon dam only slightly hampered by cloud on a couple of tops. Creag a Chaorainn; on same heading to Meall Bhuide; contoured back round tio Creag Doire nan Natraich, saw fox at about 650m; Meall nan Odhar;and then contoured south to An Griannain and SW back to road and tent.dickscroop01/06/2019
From Pubil via hydro intake track.richtea504029/08/2017
C/W round of meall daill, guala mhor, meall na feithe faide, meall buidhe, creag a chaorainn, meall an odhar, an grianan from pubil.robertphillips16/07/2017
From SSW, gate, straight up beside plantn, steep grass. Then on to M an Odhar.RHW15/11/2014
Including munro but from south.Sunny, hot, good views.iangalbraith04/09/2005
Solo from Pubil, dep car 3:45pm, back 8pm; fine, partly-cloudy but some sun, glorious views and pleasant early-summer light.NorfolkPT2108/06/1993
Simon Winton03/08/2020
Sick Kid29/12/2018
Dave McG23/09/2018
Erik B23/09/2018
Dave Geere08/04/2017
Alan Whatley31/03/2017
hill walker10/09/2016
Rambling Ray11/06/2015
Gavin Theobald15/05/2010
Colin Crawford23/04/2008