Beinn Fhionnlaidh from Glen Etive

Summary for Beinn Fhionnlaidh from Glen Etive

Beinn Fhionnlaidh from Glen Etive is a route in “The Appin” region / range which is located in the Strath Orchy to Loch Leven area of the Scottish Highlands as defined by the Scottish Mountaineering Club.

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Sunrise 7:30 am
Sunset 5:36 pm
10 hours 5 minutes(s) daylight
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Beinn Fhionnlaidh from Glen Etive

13 km/ 8.08 miles960 m/ 3149.61 ft4 hours plus
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A route up a fairly isolated hill from the Glen Etive side on a good Forestry Commision path up onto boggy hillside to a rocky summit trig point.

Route points for Beinn Fhionnlaidh from Glen Etive

QGrid Ref.BearingDistance(km)Description
NN143483226° SW1.06 (1.06)Pass through the gate of Invercharnan and walk past the house along the forest track
NN135476307° NW1.83 (2.89)Continue along the track gradually gaining height
NN12134881336° NNW0.24 (3.13)The path branches onto obvious path onto open hillside
NN120490241° WSW0.44 (3.57)Turn left at the fence and drop down to cross a rickety bridge
NN116488288° WNW1.08 (4.65)Continue on the north of the burn onto the obvious gash north of Meall nan Gobhar
NN1063492410° N0.52 (5.17)From Meall nan Gobhar climb steeply up the ridge of Bien Fhoinnlaidh eastern outpost
NN107497267° W1.2 (6.37)Form Point 841 climb the rocky eastern ridge to the summit. There are a couple of scambling moves which can be avoided
NN095497173° S4.98 (11.35)The summit Beinn Fhionnlaidh [Glen Etive] - 959 ( metres)
Munros covered on Beinn Fhionnlaidh from Glen Etive
Ordersort icon Height Munro Meaning Pronunciation
198 959 Beinn Fhionnlaidh [Glen Etive] Finlay's hill Bine Ee-yoon-lie