Beinn Laoigh (Beinn Lui)

Summary for Beinn Laoigh (Beinn Lui)

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

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Sunrise 8:52 am
Sunset 3:35 pm
6 hours 42 minutes(s) daylight
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Route points for Beinn Laoigh (Beinn Lui)

QGrid Ref.BearingDistance(km)Description
NN34302911256° WSW0.34 (0.34)Start from the car park at Dalrigh taking the track by the farm
NN33862904255° WSW0.35 (0.69)Follow the track through wooded area. This track leads all the way upto and past Cononish
NN33192877244° WSW0.23 (0.92)Pass under railway line bridge
NN31542864256° WSW0.38 (1.3)Contuinue along the good track througb to Cononish
NN30412849270° W0.33 (1.63)Pass "Cononish Cottage" at Cononish
NN29992837246° WSW0.51 (2.14)Continue along the track up until it finishes
NN28042734212° SSW0.11 (2.25)Cross Alt an Rund & climb steeply alongside Allt Coire Gaothach into the corrie
NN27982726230° SW0.46 (2.71)Path
NN27612698264° W0.23 (2.94)Follow faint path up the steep grassy slopes of the corrie to reach the crest of the ridge
NN26852696252° WSW0.11 (3.05)The path becomes better as it climbs the narrowing ridge
NN26482644171° S0.1 (3.15)Once on the ridge climb to the sumit of Beinn Laoigh (Ben Lui)
NN266263265° W0.15 (3.3)The summit Ben Lui - 1130 ( metres)
NN26492634351° N0.1 (3.4)Return by route of ascent
Munros covered on Beinn Laoigh (Beinn Lui)
Order Heightsort icon Munro Meaning Pronunciation
28 1130 Ben Lui Hill of the calf Ben loo-ie