Mullach Clach a Bhlair lies on its own to the SW of the rest of the Cairngorm range and is often the forgotten one of the group due to its lack on any distinctive features. The summit sits at the SW end of a long plateau known as Moine Mhor. The peak is only a small rise of the plateau and can be easily overlooked as a mound of moorland. Its position on the end of the plateau does give good views down Glen Feshie to the west. The best aspect to Mullach Clach a Bhlair is Coire Garbhlach which bites deep into the northern face of the Munro. The normal ascent route from Glen Feshie takes you close to the rim of the coire adding bit of character to the walk.
Overall Mullach Clach a Bhlair is sadly normally just a tick hill left behind in favour of its more famous neighbours to the NE but it is a Cairngorm hill none the less and that does demand some respect. There is parking available at Auchlean farm and good paths from here all the way to the summit via the west face.