Name:Meall Doire Fheara
Hill number:4352
Height:670.2m / 2199ft
Parent (Ma):914  Carn na Coinnich
SMC/RHB Section:12A: Kyle of Lochalsh to Garve
County/UA:Highland
Topographical area:HW08 Ghlais-eagle
Catchment:Cromarty
Class:Simm, Graham Top
(Tu,Sim,GT)
Grid ref:NH 31341 52451
Summit feature:mossy outcrop
Drop:52m
Col:618m  NH315513  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 26
(1:25k) 430
Observations:cairn 100m N at NH 31329 52557 is lower
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 41 users)ByDate of Ascent
The broad ridge from the south was generally quite unpleasant, very heavy going underfoot. Good viewpoint though. On to Cnoc Coinnich over better terrain east of the small lochanColin Crawford30/05/2024
2 of 5: From Creag Ghaineamhach. With Karen.ChrisR03/03/2023
From Carn na Coinnich across peat hag terrain passing north end of Loch Gruamach climbing up onto southern shoulder of MDF over a false summit before 2nd rise to highest point. Had to go north west to avoid scramble down outcrops on NE flank to about 600m and then descended NE following outflow burn from Loch a choire Riabiach back to main track back to Bridgend.Jossker25/02/2023
Parked NH 3225 5487. Track to Jubilee Wood, up through wood to meet the hill track followed to col then up to summit. Down over Meall Doire Fheara and Creag Ghaineamhach.PeteF19/10/2022
Access and parking were the only problems. Suspension bruidge locked off, no vehicle access to estate track on S side of river so had to park by gate which extended walk. Route itself no problem. Because of delays in getting going settled on track and then cut u to Meall Doire Fheare and on to Carn na Coinnich.dickscroop20/04/2022
Solo. The old suspension bridge opposite the renovated church is now closed and padlocked.garbo110314/11/2021
Parked in small car park at Church Wood, 292538. Not very enjoyable circuit of Meall Giubhais and Meall Doire Fheara; probably the worst Simms in Strathconon. Poor path, rough vegetation and few deer tracks. The wobbly suspension bridge is the highlight.PGCE16/06/2021
On the way back down from the Graham. Sunny, eindy and great views. Stay high, avoid the bogs.iangalbraith17/04/2021
Second top of 9.thenomad02/10/2015
RHW29/04/2011
With Rhona Fraser. We ascended Carn na Còinnich and Meall Doire Fheara in the course of a score class in the Highlander Mountain Marathon. Won a prize in the marathon too.pwbellarby01/04/2007
weaselmaster09/06/2023
Sick Kid09/06/2023
Tony S31/05/2023
Alan Whatley12/05/2023
anguscow11/03/2023
Simon Winton30/10/2022
neilsan28/08/2021
Dave McG01/03/2021
BlackPanther14/06/2020
dmckeith22/06/2019
Gavin Theobald06/05/2018
interloper04/10/2017
Fletch04/10/2017
BaggerGutt30/05/2016
silverhow20/04/2016
Martin R15/05/2015
dynamo8306/03/2015
mountaineagle28/12/2014
richtea504014/07/2014
alda19/04/2014
RobertP02/04/2013
arthurm16/12/2012
mae16/06/2012
hill walker13/06/2012
chalky195329/10/2009
IainT13/04/2008
Lindsay M06/02/2005
StueyB31/10/2004
Sherlock24/03/2002
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