Mullach Clach a' Blair

Summary for Mullach Clach a' Blair

Mullach Clach a' Blair is a route in “The Glen Feshie” region / range which is located in the The Cairngorms area of the Scottish Highlands as defined by the Scottish Mountaineering Club.

On this route you return by same way

Sunrise 7:13 am
Sunset 5:42 pm
10 hours 29 minutes(s) daylight
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The Peak of the Stony Plain

DistanceAscentTime
23 km/ 14.29 miles740 m/ 2427.82 ft6 hours plus
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In the summer months this is one of the easiest munros in The Cairngorms at least from a navigational point of view. It's basically landrover track cut into the side of the Mounth that leads upto a few hundred metres from the summit of Mullach Clach a' Blair. That said a good level of fitness is required as it's a long approach through the beautiful Glen Feshie.

Route points for Mullach Clach a' Blair

QGrid Ref.BearingDistance(km)Description
NN85149761218° SW0.3 (0.3)Walk or Cycle to Carnachuin along path on the east River Feshie
NN85009535192° SSW0.67 (0.97)Cross over Allt Garbhlach and continue into Coille an Torr
NN84569365129° SE0.33 (1.3)Look at sagging Carnachuin bridge and be glad you're on the east side of the River Feshie
NN84819343103° ESE0.41 (1.71)Follow the Landrover track
NN8646938141° NE0.46 (2.17)Contine along the Landrover track as it climbs above the Allt Coire Chaoil
NN88219354221° SW0.25 (2.42)To the right is Mullach Clach a' Bhlair, and to the left is Moine Mhor and Carn Ban Mor.
NN88189298163° SSE0.24 (2.66)Leave the track and head onto the summit of Mullach Clach a' Bhlair
NN882927175° S5.76 (8.42)The summit Mullach Clach a'Bhlair - 1019 ( metres)
Munros covered on Mullach Clach a' Blair
Ordersort icon Height Munro Meaning Pronunciation
114 1019 Mullach Clach a'Bhlair Summit of the stony plain Mooluch Clach uh Vlarth