Meall na Teanga is normally climbed in conjunction with Sron a Choire Garbh. Meall na Teanga dips its toes in Loch Lochy to the east and is well seen from the A82 road from the opposite side of the loch. The main summit ridge runs SW before turning W and dropping down to Gleann Cia-aig. The ridge is bitten into by three large corries from either side giving an impressive craggy walk. This is not the normal route of ascent due to accessibility but that’s not to say it cant be tackled as it does make a fantastic climb. The NE ridge joins up with neighbour Munro Sron a Choire Garbh via the low bealach known as the cam bealach. This is the normal point of ascent for both Munros.
Meall na Teanga only just qualifies as a Munro at 3012ft, but it still offers a fantastic walk with fine views in all directions especially due to its prominent position on the banks of Loch Lochy.