Meall Buidhe, Glen Lyon facts for kids
This page is about a Munro. For the other, lower, hill in the Glen Lyon area called Meall Buidhe, see Meall Buidhe (Corbett).
Quick facts for kidsMeall Buidhe
Meall Buidhe summit
|Elevation||932 m (3,058 ft)|
|Prominence||c. 236 m|
|Parent peak||Stuchd an Lochain|
|English translation||Yellow hill|
|Language of name||Gaelic|
|Location||Stirling council area, Scotland|
|Topo map||OS Landranger 51|
Meall Buidhe is a Munro situated in the southern highlands of Scotland. It forms the northern side of Loch an Daimh and is often climbed in conjunction with Stuchd an Lochain. The normal route climbs north from the eastern end of the loch until easier ground is reached. The route angles east and then north once the ridge is gained. Strong walkers can continue round the loch and take in a Corbett, Sron a' Choire Chnapanich, and the aforementioned Stuchd an Lochain.
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