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Name:Meall Breac
Hill number:6705
Height:532m / 1745ft
Parent (Ma):1040  Sgurr Mor
RHB Section:14B: The Fannaichs
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five
Grid ref:NH 22351 75060
Summit feature:cairn
Col:490m  NH218750  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 20
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 15 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at Braemore Junction for a circuit of Creag Dhubh, Meall Coire nan Gamha and Meall Breac (returned NW to pick up new forest track).PGCE31/05/2024
2 of 5: From Beinn Liath Bheag via bridge at 231748.ChrisR05/07/2022
from car parking area at end of Loch Droma, used estate track to access route. Walked as far as dam at ```nh 231 747 and then struck upwards ( a bit too steep at times in retrospect), reaching ridge. The world open up, follow 'crest' and and walked the set of tops, ending at Creag Dubh. Not wanting to walk down a peat baggy frustrating valley, partially reversed route and descended to glen at NH 214 744- and ambled back using estate track.VerySlowPlodder25/09/2020
Unsure of date, up rocky NE ridge.Dave McG01/01/2011
My pal's dog was lost in the area so spent a few days roaming these tops. Dog eventually turned up a week later. Didn't say where it had been. Funnily enough, it's name is Breac. Great wee hills.BigJ14/05/2010
Simon Winton08/07/2020
Gavin Theobald10/05/2019
hill walker06/10/2017