Name:Uamh Bheag East Top
Hill number:7153
Height:663.4m / 2177ft
Parent (Ma):1644  Uamh Bheag
SMC/RHB Section:26B: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
Donald area:Glen Artney Hills
County/UA:Perth and Kinross
Topographical area:HS11 Vorlich-torlum
Grid ref:NN 69610 11935
Summit feature:stone
Col:645.2m  NN 6931 1178  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 57
(1:25k) OL47W 368W
Observations:ground 100m S at NN 69634 11843 (18m NW of cairn)is 0.5m lower; base of trig point 180m S at NN 69612 11749 is 0.8m lower
Survey:Leica NA320/Leica RX1250/Leica GS15
Surveys of Uamh Bheag and Uamh Bheag East Top.pdf
Comments:Subsimm deleted Dec 2020
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Meall Clachach, Uamh Bheag, Uamh Bheag East Top, Beinn Odhar, Beinn nan Eun. Feels more like the Highlands than any of the other Donalds. Beinn Odhar, Beinn nan Eun has lots of deep peat groughs. This walk is worth doing just for the waterfall at Allt Ollach, although the climb up Am Beannan is pretty steep. Meall Clachach, Uamh Bheag, Uamh Bheag East Top, Beinn Odhar, Beinn nan Eun. Feels more like the Highlands than any of the other Donalds. Beinn Odhar, Beinn nan Eun has lots of deep peat groughs. This walk is worth doing just for the waterfall at Allt Ollach, although the climb up Am Beannan is pretty steep.tsharp02/05/2024
From Auchnashelloch Church CP to Auchnashelloch Hill, Am Beannan, Meall Clachach, Uamh Bheag, Beinn Odhar, Beinn na Eun and Cnoc Brannan. Grass, heather, peat hags.sclater03/08/2023
On the way back from the main summit.Owen B25/04/2023
From mapped car park by the church (NN 7109 1609). Walked ~560m W along road to field gate, then Am Beanan, Meall Clachach and Uamh Bheag first. On to the trig pillar and East Top before heading over to Beinn nan Eun and its asociated D. Top for a 14.6km round. With DS.jonglew06/02/2023
Collecting my final New Donalds on an overcast day with Martin66 & Smithy. Parked at church, through gate opposite & then crossed burn above ruins & straight up tedious grass slope to Beinn nan Eun. Followed small path & then grassy break through hags to Beinn Odhar. Walked on a bearing until top wind turbine appeared in mist & then handrailed fence on a small path, skirting bog at bottom to one side up to trig & then Uamh Bheag, my final New Donald. No view but sun trying to break through. Passed over true E top, down ENE spur crossing Allt Ollach high up & then directly across the boggy bealach on to W bank of Allt Mor to join the outward route. A shorter, boggy but feasible route of return with lots of small animal tracks to help. A long trip from Merrick at age of 14!NotReallyABagger19/11/2022
CK SheilaS12/05/2022
Came over from Uamh Bheag. A lovely sunny day (see photos). On to Beinn Odhar. Solo.Dangerous Dave05/03/2022
Route to Uamh Bheag from Callander after fresh snowfall, starting at bottom of road leading to Bracklinn Falls. Walked up icy road approx 2.5km and crossed bridge to follow track, gaining height quickly. Left track to climb Tom Dubh, rejoined track for short while before climbing Meall Leathan Dhail. Returned to track to its end then traversed to beallach and climb to Meall Clachach. Along broad ridge to Uamh Bheag and East Top (plus the 2 other high points). Return to Uamh Bheag and more direct descent to rejoin the outward route. Camped at beallach before walking out. Fine bright conditions and fresh snow, drifted in places, made progress relatively slow, and substantial thaw overnight.RobertP25/02/2022
Uamh Bheag from Glen Artney via Am Beannan and Meall Clachach. On to trig point and east top. Peat hags not as bad as was expecting plus there is a trodden path for a lot of the way. Descent via Corie na Fionnarachd on deer path.Fife Walking26/09/2021
Just for completeness, clearly lowerColin Crawford08/07/2021
Did the circuit with Gmacelizyanne11/10/2020
Parked at Glen Artney Church car park, then walked up Findhu Glen, then ascenting up Beinn nan Eun (no cairn only a wooden post). Over Beinn Odhar then up to Uamh Bheag to see the carved wood face! Descenting via Meall Clachach, I stupidly carried on down the north face of Am Beannan was far too steep for comfort. The peat hags were extensive across the tops. Sunny intervals with a moderate breeze all day.chillyman807/06/2020
From church car park in Glen Artney, W along road to bridge over Water of Ruchill, then across fields and up An Beannan, on to Meall Clachach, Uamh Bheag, then E to trig point and E top, then Beinn Odhar and Beinn nan Eun, descending N to bridge over river S of Auchnashelloch and back to car parkkdbennett21/03/2020
En route from Uamh Bheag to Beinn Odhar. (S)gerrybowes20/08/2019
Route to Uamh Bheag.smocks and denims15/05/2019
Surveyed with Graham Jackson and Dave Marshall Galltywenallt25/10/2017
With Uamh Bheag main topnickywood117/07/2017
Followed SMC Grahams and Donald circuit: Am Beannan - Meall Clachach - Uamh Bheag W and E tops - Beinn Odhar - Beinn nan Eun. Rime on the ground helped with the peatier sections. Otherwise Spring-like, with a skein of geese flying North, bright sun and a cloud inversion.Nick Down121/01/2017
4 of 7: From Uamh Beag. Then TP.ChrisR28/10/2016
Nipped out & back from trig on way to U B.ngthack06/04/2016
Got this on the way to the Donald.Play2End07/08/2014
Fantastic sunny, light wind, high cloud snowshoe around the horseshoe of all 4 hills, with Holly and Abby.alexmaclennan17/02/2013
From Uamh Bheag. On the way to Beinn nan Eun and Ben Clach before returning to the carpark at the church in Glenartney.Alan Moore05/11/2011
Dry, high cloud, cold wind, part sun, good views.iangalbraith22/02/2009
Am Beannan, Meall Clachach, Uamh Beag & Tops, Beinn Odhar, Beinnan nan Eun from Auchnaseallach Kirk, back down road a short distance to cross bridge. Down ridge to track along Findhu Glen on the way back.agentmancuso24/07/2004
from U B. Skylarks. 12.45.arranc22/04/2003
665m gps, grass. RHW13/04/1998
Round of Uamh Mhor and Bheag from Callander.Eddie18/03/1995
Crawford Lindsay11/02/2022
Sick Kid10/01/2020
Gavin Theobald26/03/2019