Beinn Mhanach

Summary for Beinn Mhanach

Beinn Mhanach is a route in “The Bridge of Orchy” region / range which is located in the Loch Tay to Loch Rannoch area of the Scottish Highlands as defined by the Scottish Mountaineering Club.

On this route you return by same way

Sunrise 7:29 am
Sunset 5:35 pm
10 hours 6 minutes(s) daylight
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18 km/ 11.18 miles770 m/ 2526.25 ft4 hours plus
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Nice easy munro with long (7km) walk into Auch Glean. Once the southern foot of Beinn Mhanach is reached it's a steep ascent up the grassy banks of Chuirn.

The long approach to Beinn Mhanach winds up Auch Gleann and the track fords the Alt Kinglass 7 times which can cause difficulties if the river is high.

The summit of Beinn Mhanach offers the best view of Beinn Dorain plus it offers excellent views of the other Orchy Hills.

Route points for Beinn Mhanach

QGrid Ref.BearingDistance(km)Description
NN316354110° ESE0.45 (0.45)A82 road at Auch Gleann
NN3206352751° NE0.7 (1.15)Follow the track past the cottages at Auch.
NN3263356854° NE0.94 (2.09)Under the viaduct following the track 7km.
NN36839616° NNE1.59 (3.68)Head up steep open hilside towards a col between the two domed summits.
NN373411174° S8.05 (11.73)The summit Beinn Mhanach - 953 ( metres)
Munros covered on Beinn Mhanach
Ordersort icon Height Munro Meaning Pronunciation
211 953 Beinn Mhanach Monk's hill Bine Vannoch