Meall Greigh is the most eastern Munro in a chain that is known as the Lawers ridge. The Munros form an arc around Lochan na Cat at the head of the Lawers Burn. Meall Greigh has a mainly grassy summit with very few craggy outcrops. There are good views to be had of Lochan na Cat to the west and Loch Tay to the south. It is also a particularly good view point to view the other Munros which make up the Lawers ridge.
Meall Greigh can as well as being included in the main ridge to make a very long day out also be climbed on its own or broken into a smaller day by combining it with Meall Garbh via its western ridge. For this route there is a steep climb up from Lochan na Cat to reach the bealach between the two.
Meall Greigh possibly lacks a lot of features that can easily be had on many of the other Munros in this area but it is still well worth a visit.