Sgiath Chùil and Meall Glas from Glen Lochay

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These two rather neglected Munros are divided by a very steep-sided and low bealach, making the ascent of both into a strenuous day. More usually climbed via a boggy approach from Glen Dochart to the south, this northerly route gives slightly drier going but involves a river crossing near the start.


The River Lochay must be forded near the start of the route- this is impossible in spate. Track then grassy going for ascent of Meall Glas, though pathless. Extremely steep and time consuming descent and reascent between the two Munros. Descent route is boggy and time-consuming.

Public Transport



Car park 1km short of road end in Glen Lochay. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

Deer Stalking information

Glenlochay Estate. Stalking between early July and 20 Oct. No stalking on Sundays. A sign with stalking information is displayed in the car park and at the entrance to the estate in Glen Lochay. If further information is needed please phone 01887 840412 or 07766 816033, or e-mail: (8am to 6pm MonSat; if unanswered please leave a message).

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