Summary for Tyndrum

Tyndrum is an region in Scotand and is located in the area as defined by SMC. There are 4 munros around here.The highest munro is Ben Lui at a height of 1130 metres .The smallest munro is Beinn a' Chleibh at a height of 916 metres .

Access: The A82 road from Glasgow - Tyndrum gives eastern access to these munros via Dalrigh (former battle ground). The A85 road from Tyndrum - Dalmally gives northern access.
Transport: Bus: Glasgow - Tyndrum & Dalmally; daily Train: Glasgow to Tydrum (Lower); daily
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Details for: Tyndrum

These hills rise on the south west of the little village called Tydnrum dominated by Ben Lui in appearance & height. There are scars on these hill from all the mining operations in a strange little gold rush period of time. The four munros are linked by a winding ridge which changed in character from grassy ridge to rocky buttresses.

The hills can be climbed in ones, two or one can traverse the whole range in a long days outing which really gives the range justice.

Tyndrum is also built over the battlefield on which, in 1306 AD, clan MacDougall defeated Robert the Bruce and took from him the Brooch of Lorne.

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Order Heightsort icon Munro Grid Point
28 1,130 Ben Lui NN266263
101 1,029 Ben Oss NN287253
175 978 Beinn Dubhchraig NN307254
281 916 Beinn a' Chleibh NN250256