Mayar from the Kilbo path

Mayar

Grass-covered Munro rising above Glen Fee and Glen Doll

Mayar is a grass-covered lump sitting above the winter corries of Glen Fee and forested Glen Doll. Often walked with its neighbour Driesh, these Munros make for a fairly easy day out.


Mayar


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Height928m
Prominence111m
Meaninghigh plain
ListsMunro, 254
LocationGlen Clova, The Mounth
Grid RefNO241738
Lat/Lon56.84913, -3.24573


The rocky summit of Mayar sits above grass-covered slopes that rise above impressive cliffs of Corrie Fee that overlooks forested Glen Doll. To the south of Mayar is Glen Prosen and to the north is a remote area of undulating terrain leading to Tom Buidhe.

Mayar along with it's neighbouring Munro Driesh, form a long stretch of grass-covered high ground above the Angus Glens. These hills have well defined paths up their slopes and make for one of the easiest Munro-bagging days.

Extending this route northwards will test navigation over fairly featureless terrain, but the effort is rewarded not only by bagging the Munros of Tom Buidhe and Tolmount, but also by a lovely hike down Jock's Road into Glen Doll.



Routes up Mayar


Driesh and Mayar

North of Forfar and Kirriemuir, Jock's Road runs along The Angus Glens towards Braemar. Overlooking this old drove road are the Munro twins of Driesh and Mayar, two rolling hills with fine paths that make for an easy afternoon's hillwalk.

Peaks : 2 Munros

Ascent : 900m (2950ft)
Distance : 14km (9m)
Time : 5hr

Munros above Jock's Road

Combining Driesh and Mayar with the Munros of Tom Buidhe and Tolmount to the north into one route makes for a delightful circuit over featureless grassy ground that will really test your navigation skills.

Peaks : 4 Munros

Ascent : 1375m (4510ft)
Distance : 26km (16m)
Time : 9hr



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