Meall Bhuidhe is a remote Munro Lying within the rough Bounds of Knoydart between Loch Hourn to the north and Loch Nevis to the south. It is a small Munro at 3104ft but is packed full of character.
Meall Bhuidhe is normally climbed in conjunction with its better known neighbour Luinne Bheinn to the north which is connected by a long craggy ridge to Meall Bhuidhe's east top.
The main summit ridge runs W to E with the actual summit at the western end and a subsidiary peak on the eastern end. The slopes to the north encircle 2 deep corries giving extremely craggy slopes that are well seen from neighbouring Luinne Bheinn. From the summit a long ridge runs north splitting the 2 corries to Druim Torc-Choire.
From the summit of Meall Bhuidhe fantastic panoramic views can be achieved in all directions but in particular south to Loch Nevis
This is a remote Munro that will involve a long walk in from any direction. It can be tackled from either Inverie to the SW or Barrisdale to the NE. Inverie has the benefit that you can make an expedition of it and take the boat in from Mallaig which runs twice a day. Either direction should result in a fantastic walk.