Ballachulish

Summary for Ballachulish

Ballachulish is an region in Scotand and is located in the area Strath Orchy to Loch Leven as defined by SMC. There are 2 munros around here.The highest munro is Sgorr Dhearg at a height of 1024 metres .The smallest munro is Sgorr Dhonuill at a height of 1001 metres .

Access: From the A828 road to Oban
Transport: Bus: Glasgow - Fort William; Fort William - Oban
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Details for: Ballachulish

This is a beautiful group of hills which form a great horseshoe around the southern end of Loch Leven & rising high above the small settlement of Ballachulish which used to be a ferry point but closed in December 1975 when the Ballachulish Bridge opened. There are several ways up Beinn a' Bheithir. The simplest is to head through the forestry up Gleann a' Chaolais, aiming to reach the col between the two summits. From here both munro summits can be bagged and then the walker can descend by same way.

The fine topography of this range collectively known as "The Beinn a'Bheither Group" is best view from the western end of The Mamores probalby Mullach nan Coirean.

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Order Heightsort icon Munro Grid Point
107 1,024 Sgorr Dhearg NN056558
137 1,001 Sgorr Dhonuill NN040555