Beinn a' Ghlo

Summary for Beinn a' Ghlo

Beinn a' Ghlo is an region in Scotand and is located in the area as defined by SMC. There are 3 munros around here.The highest munro is Carn nan Gabhar at a height of 1121 metres .The smallest munro is Carn Liath (Braemar) at a height of 975 metres .

Access: The best access to the Beinn a' Ghlo mountain is via Blair Atholl on the A9 road.
Transport: Rail:Trains from Perth - Inverness stopping at Dunkeild, Pitlochry & Blair Atholl. Bus:Perth - Inverness on the A9
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Details for: Beinn a' Ghlo

Beinn a' Ghlo is much steeper and stonier than the other hills in this area and is a complex group of hills with lots of tops and corries. From The Cairngorms is is seen as a domed summit surrounded by symmetrical tops across lots of empty glens.
Beinn a' Ghlò has such a diversity of flora that it has been declared a Site of Special Scientific Interest and Special Area of Conservation. Beinn a' Ghlo is surely one of the most mysterious & beautiful group of hills in this area or even the eastern part of the highland.

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Ordersort icon Height Munro Grid Point
32 1,121 Carn nan Gabhar NN971733
66 1,070 Braigh Coire Chruinn-bhalgain NN945724
181 975 Carn Liath (Braemar) NN936698