Cir Mhor and Beinn Tarsuinn

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This route ascends the two Corbetts on the west side of Glen Rosa, bypassing the A Chir ridge and culminating with the ascent of Cir Mhor - a fine peak which must rank amongst the most impressive Scottish mountains.


Rough bouldery mountain paths, rocky in parts, some boggy sections. Starts and ends on a good track through Glen Rosa.

Public Transport

Bus to start of minor road up Glen Rosa. Traveline Scotland.


Limited parking near end of public road past Glen Rosa campsite. Map and directions.

Deer Stalking infomation

East of ridge: National Trust for Scotland. Stalking between early September and 20 October. No stalking on Sundays. West of ridge: Dougarie Estate. Stalking between mid-August and 20 October. No stalking on Sundays. If further information is needed, please phone 01770 840259 or email

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