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Beinn Bhrotain is a huge, sprawling mountain rising in an extremely remote location on the west side of Glen Dee. Its northern side falls precipitously down to the great trench of Glen Geusachan.
Altitude: 1157 metres
Summit view: Open virtual summit
Detailed route description and map
Other routes and challenges
The obvious alternative to the route given above is to start from the Linn of Dee to White Bridge and then make the ascent from Glen Dee. This route could include Carn Clioch-mhuillin, which was originally a Munro and was intended by Sir Hugh to be his final ascent. If including Monadh Mor then the descent could be made down the boggy Glen Geusachan.
The standard ascents are epic enough for most. However, from Monadh Mor you could head up the SW ridge of Sgor an Lochan Uaine to link with that range.