Beinn Iutharn Mhòr and Càrn Bhac, Inverey

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The long approach up Glen Ey deters many from the round of these two remote Munros. On a busy weekend they give a quieter escape from the busier hills of the area.


The long approach walk has a good track; the hills themselves are mostly heathery, though very remote; the area between them is peat-hagged and there is some very steep ground heading up Beinn Iutharn Mhor.

Public Transport

None to start; nearest bus stop is in Braemar.


Inverey village. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

Hillwalking in Winter

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