Beinn Bhuidhe

Summary for Beinn Bhuidhe

Beinn Bhuidhe is a route in “The Arrochar Alps” region / range which is located in the Loch Lomond to Loch Tay area of the Scottish Highlands as defined by the Scottish Mountaineering Club.

On this route you return by same way

Sunrise 5:48 am
Sunset 8:45 pm
14 hours 57 minutes(s) daylight
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21 km/ 13.05 miles940 m/ 3083.99 ft8 Hours plus
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This is a trip up the most isolated munro in the southern highlands Beinn Bhuidhe which is a complex lhill with steep sides of crags and wet grass that is situated between the upper reaches of Glen Fyne and Glen Shira.

This is the best approach preferably cycling up the private road up Glen Fyne as you can cycle as far as Inverchorachan which is about 7km. From the derelict cottage climb north-west to reach a high corrie below Beinn Bhuidhe and its north-east top. Steeper slopes to the col between these two points and continue south-west along the summit ridge to reach the highest point. Return by the same route of ascent.

You will get excellent views of The Tyndrum Hills on the north-east

Route points for Beinn Bhuidhe

QGrid Ref.BearingDistance(km)Description
NN1936124929° NNE0.74 (0.74)From the car park walk or preferably cycle along the private tarmac road.
NN2141149065° ENE0.16 (0.9)Cross the river Fyne and head past Glenfyne Lodge
NN2186154372° ENE0.3 (1.2)Pass Glenfyne Lodge on the left
NN2221156174° ENE0.16 (1.36)Pass by Wooded area and head into Glen Fyne
NN2269159638° NE0.2 (1.56)Pass Bridge on the west and continue straight on
NN2273179216° NNE0.15 (1.71)The house at Inverchorachan is the cue to turn left & start climbing
NN22781806285° WNW1.01 (2.72)Follow the path to the left the south side burn
NN21811837317° NW0.34 (3.06)Climb past Waterfall feeding the burn high above Allt a' Faing
NN21471896286° WNW0.46 (3.52)Ascend to summit of Beinn Bhuidhe.
NN2029187193° E0.17 (3.69)The summit Beinn Bhuidhe - 948 ( metres)
NN2046186859° ENE0.44 (4.13)To descend return by acent route
Munros covered on Beinn Bhuidhe
Ordersort icon Height Munro Meaning Pronunciation
216 948 Beinn Bhuidhe Yellow hill Byn voo-ie