Meall Buidhe from Stuchd an Lochain

Meall Buidhe, Loch an Daimh

Munro peak above Loch an Daimh

In a remote area near the western end of Glen Lyon, the grassy slopes of Meall Buidhe gently rise above Loch an Daimh reservoir below.

Meall Buidhe, Loch an Daimh

Meaningyellow hill
ListsMunro, 248
LocationGlen Lyon west, Rannoch Moor to Loch Tay
Grid RefNN498499
Lat/Lon56.61692, -4.4492

Resting between Rannoch and Glen Lyon, Meall Buidhe is a gentle hill sitting in a remote location. Superb views from the summit cairn over Rannoch can be savoured on clear days.

The most often climbed route up Meall Buidhe is a there-and-back hike from the Giorra Dam at the eastern end of Loch an Daimh. Typically taking 3-4 hours, this leaves plenty of time to aim up Stuchd an Lochain on the opposite side of the loch later in the day.

The nearby Corbett Cam Creag, can be tagged in as a grassy detour from Meall Buidhe, adding around an hour or so into the route.

Routes up Meall Buidhe

Loch an Daimh Munros (and a Corbett)

Stuchd an Lochain, Meall Buidhe and Cam Creag are two Munros and a Corbett surrounding Loch an Daimh at the western end of Glen Lyon. These peaks are not far from the populated areas of Stirling and Perth, yet the remote location makes a hike over the hills very memorable.

Peaks : 2 Munros, option of 1 Corbett

Ascent : 1335m (4380ft)
Distance : 17km (11m)
Time : 6:40hr

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