Beinn a'Ghlo

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More a range of hills than a single peak, Beinn a'Ghlo has three Munro summits giving a strenuous day. The summits may be rounded, but the steep flanks and sculpted form of this great massif makes for a memorable outing.

Terrain

Mostly good paths, with steep descents between the peaks and some rough, boggy ground.

Public Transport

Public transport to Blair Atholl, 4 km from the walk start.

Deer Stalking Information

Information is provided for two estates crossed on this route.
1 - Atholl (Forest Lodge) Estate
Deer stalking will take place on 15/09/2014; 16/09/2014; 17/09/2014; 18/09/2014; 19/09/2014; 20/09/2014; in the following area :
Carn a Chlamain area - Area runnin... [MORE]
2 - Lude Estate
Deer stalking will take place on 22/09/2014; 23/09/2014; 24/09/2014; 25/09/2014; 26/09/2014; in the following area :
Ben Vuirich - Route from north via Daldhu ok t... [MORE]

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Start

Parking at end of public section of Monzie road, near Loch Moraig. Map and directions.

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