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David Scott
wrote on June 25, 2011:
Decent route over two Munros. Scramble up unto Criese ridge is an easy climb with no real exposure and no big drops on climb. We contoured around Meall a' Bhuiridh from belalach instead of climbing over it on return route but wouldn't recommend it as scree was very lose and steep in places. Enjoy!
Sam McVeigh
wrote on April 22, 2011:
slog on the way up on deep snow, reckless glissading on the way down.
Roger Vander Steen
wrote on August 28, 2007:
Black Mount Estate 01838 400 255; permitted route during stalking 1st August to 20th October 2007, including weekends. From ski centre up the north ridge and continuation to Creise.
Andrew Murray
wrote on July 7, 2005:
Climbed Meall a' Bhuiridh on 11th june with some friends from found it to be quite easy even for my first Munro , coming down over all the loose boulders and scree was quite tricky. Scorching sun all the way up and down with some great views of Ben Nevis can't wait till the next one.
Andrew Murray
wrote on July 4, 2005:
This was my first munro and it was great and was made all the better as I done it as part of 3 teams from Soapworks in Glasgow who took part in the Wateraid challenge to cover all Munro peaks simultaneously on th 11th june 2005 so as to raise money for charity and even better still the challenge was recognised by Guiness as an official world record so to be part of a world record on my first munro was truly amazing and I now look forward to bagging my next munro in the very near future.
Jim Bull
wrote on November 24, 2003:
Climbed Meall a'Bhuiridh and Creise on November 23rd. 2003, as all the books say the first one is easy but getting to Creise not quite so! Fresh snow, knee-deep in places, made the traverse via the bealach from Meall a' B. to Creise quite tricky and the return was no less slippery and demanding. But the views from the top of Meall a'B. second time round were stunning, especially when the sun broke through and we were above the cloud layer. Well worth the effort for the views alone.
Robert Wall
wrote on August 18, 2003:
In Aug 2003 climbed this mountain along with Creise, Stob Gabhar & Stob a' Coire Odhair. A long haul on a hot, sunny day with little or no wind. Started at the white corries ski centre and dropped down from 'odhair to the old military road and returned at low level. A hard day out with many sharp descents, ascents. and excellent ridge walking. If trying this route take plenty fluid (if only to replace that lost to the midges) - yes they were bad! Some of the best scenery in the central highlands with views across Rannoch Moor, down Glen Etive and Buachille Etive Mor revealed full length
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