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Name:Creag Bhreac
Hill number:4045
Height:615.1m / 2018ft
Parent (Ma):338  Tom Meadhoin
RHB Section:04A: Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven
Catchment:Leven (Loch), Catchment Boundaries, Linnhe
Class:Simm, Graham Top
Grid ref:NN 07793 61731
Summit feature:rock slab with embedded fence post near small cairn
Col:576.7m  NN 0832 6191  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
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Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 81 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked in entrance to forest near mausoleum. Track to NN 0777 6014, where an old track leads left immediately before quarry. Higher up, heather and tussock to forest edge (surprised at the solidity of the old iron fence posts!). Returned down through mature forest, making sure to emerge at track junction near the start.PGCE24/03/2024
From Doire Ban and along ridge to Onich.sclater13/01/2024
From Loch Leven. 3 of 3thekirkie pirate15/04/2023
Up from Callert over Tom Meadhoin. Just a brief shower and superb views over to Glencoe.NormanW24/03/2023
Ochils Mountaineering Club trip to the Alex MacIntyre Memorial Hut in Onich this weekend. On Saturday 18th February 2023, I nipped up Mam na Gualainn (796m) a Corbett then west to Tom Meadhoin (621m) a Fiona. I dropped down to North Ballachulish and back to hut. Good views from the Corbett in the morning, but by the time I reached the Fiona the mist had set in, 7hrs all in.chillyman818/02/2023
see logs for Beinn na Gucaig and Sidhean an Aonaich Mhorcarole engel07/07/2022
After Tom Meadhoin. Worth it for the view. Galltywenallt30/03/2022
From SSW, forest track, straight up from junction, steep mostly open forest, a few bluffs to avoid, nice sheltered ascent from cold NW wind. Down via Tom IainRHW21/05/2021
From onich sidhean an aonaich mhoir, tom lain, creag bhreac, tom meadhoin repeat, mam na gualainn repeat, mam na gualainn east top, beinn na calillich back to the bealach went down steep slope to the cemetery on the B863 to pick up the bike for a easy bike run back to the car at onich.robertphillips11/04/2021
Stunning views - worth the modest extra distance from the summit at E top49pp02/08/2019
Second visit after collecting Tumps to the westColin Crawford23/04/2019
In windy and fairly mank weather - getting back out after a short cold.atreides788714/03/2019
On my own. From Tom meadhoin. Great views. Sunshine and hailalwaysinshorts04/03/2019
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
Tom Meadhoin, Creag Bhreac from Loch Leven. Deep fresh snow. Started overcast but cleared to provide sunshine and outstanding views of snow-covered mountains.RobertP04/04/2018
A short morning on day moving on from Glencoe to Fort Augustus. Lucky with weather, a bit of wind,some very light rain and then snow flurries higher up but less than half an hour after I got back to car rain absolutely belted down.Over Tom Mheadhoin and on to Creag Bhreac from Callert House and back by same route. A very boggy approach path after recent rain.dickscroop02/01/2018
From layby on Loch Levenside. Good sun, mild, cool wind and great views by pm.iangalbraith28/09/2017
On way up Tom Meadhoin from Inchree.ngthack27/05/2016
With Jenx from Loch Leven side. Followed steep SRoW track up hillside from near Callert House. At Beallach followed faint path to summit, nearby top, before retracing steps to start. Nice start to 2014!nordicstar01/01/2014
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. Well worth the extra hour or so.NotReallyABagger09/08/2013
2 of 6: From Tom Iain.ChrisR10/12/2012
Cold but clear. During MLT course.dc9628/11/2012
Because it was there and because I was enjoying the setting sun.Martin R17/03/2012
Staying at HF Guest House, Loch Leven. Stroll up hill behind house with HF party. Main party reached about 1700' for some good views. Several continued to next point only to find that it was not the highest point as expected. Four of us continued to true summit of Tom Meadhoin. I ran down.pwbellarby03/09/1961
Sick Kid09/03/2019
hill walker26/07/2013