Bla Bheinn

Summary for Bla Bheinn

Bla Bheinn is a route in “The Isle of Skye” region / range which is located in the The Islands area of the Scottish Highlands as defined by the Scottish Mountaineering Club.

On this route you return by same way

Sunrise 9:04 am
Sunset 3:34 pm
6 hours 29 minutes(s) daylight
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8 km/ 4.97 miles930 m/ 3051.18 ft4 hours plus
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Bla Bheinn is a solitary mountain being the only other munro on the island which isn't part of the Cullin mountains . This is the usual (tourist) route up the mountain and may not be the most interesting climb but if you get a clear day the views across to the Cullin westerly will not disappoint.

Route points for Bla Bheinn

QGrid Ref.BearingDistance(km)Description
NG56112174254° WSW1.12 (1.12)footpath on the north bank of the river
NG55012150269° W0.86 (1.98)alt na Dunaiche
NG541215257° WSW0.61 (2.59)Climb up Coire Uaigneich; path becomes rocky here
NG535214330° NNW0.23 (2.82)Ignore path, Turning right up scree gully
NG534216290° WNW0.22 (3.04)Continue upwards over rocks
NG532217267° W0.3 (3.34)Continue upwards over rocks
NG529217193° SSW0.26 (3.6)The summit Bla Bheinn - 928 ( metres)
NG52872149172° S3.24 (6.84)Head to southern top for view point, involve a bit of a scramble
Munros covered on Bla Bheinn
Ordersort icon Height Munro Meaning Pronunciation
255 928 Bla Bheinn Blue mountian blaavin