Cona' Mheall

Cona' Mheall

Munro neighbour to Beinn Dearg

South-east of Ullapool and on the edge of Inverlael Forest wilderness, Cona' Mheall is a Munro neighbour to mighty Beinn Dearg.

Cona' Mheall

Meaningadjoining hill
ListsMunro, 176
LocationInverlael, Freevater and Strathvaich, Loch Broom to Easter Ross
Grid RefNH275817
Lat/Lon57.79105, -4.90426

Cona' Mheall is a bouldery and shapely peak with a fine summit ridge travelling north-south.

Most hillwalkers will opt to bag Cona' Mheall along with Beinn Dearg and its other neighbouring Munros, likely using the stalker's paths heading in from Inverlael.

A fine alternative is to head up from Loch Droma, scrambling up Cona' Meall's narrow and rocky southern crest.

Routes up Cona' Mheall

Inverlael Munros

South-east of Ullapool, a network of forestry tracks and old stalkers paths reach into the vast areas of Inverlael, Freevater and Strath Vaich Forests where Beinn Dearg's bouldery, grey dome rises high above neighbouring Munros.

Peaks : 6 Munros

Ascent : 2600m (8530ft)
Distance : 35km (22m)
Time : 13hr

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