Beinn Dearg

Summary for Beinn Dearg

Beinn Dearg is a route in “The ” region / range which is located in the area of the Scottish Highlands as defined by the Scottish Mountaineering Club.

This is a mainly circular route but there are parts where you need to retrace your footsteps

Sunrise 8:04 am
Sunset 5:55 pm
9 hours 51 minutes(s) daylight
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Route points for Beinn Dearg

QGrid Ref.BearingDistance(km)Description
NN876664281° W0.98 (0.98)From the car park near the Old Bridge of Tilt, take the road to Old Blair
NN86696667327° NNW3.35 (4.33)From Old Blair follow private track through trees on the north side of the river
NN84946954338° NNW4.36 (8.69)Continue over moorland to reach a remote bothy
NN83473644° NE1.83 (10.52)From Snaicheachan Bothy follow a very rough track up Allt Snaicheachan
NN8476749216° NNE0.8 (11.32)Zig zag up to to southern nose
NN85017568337° NNW0.96 (12.28)Head up to the crest of the southern ridge
NN8467765824° NNE1.3 (13.58)Continue onto red granites summit and retun down the same way
NN852777184° S2.08 (15.66)The summit Beinn Dearg [Blair Atholl] - 1008 ( metres)
NN84787488147° SSE0.21 (15.87)Down the Bulldosed track as an alternative way pack
NN87556878200° SSW2.26 (18.13)Change direction an rejoin the track back to Old Bridge of Tilt
Munros covered on Beinn Dearg
Ordersort icon Height Munro Meaning Pronunciation
124 1008 Beinn Dearg [Blair Atholl] Red hill Bine Jerrack