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Beinn Dearg Mor

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Beinn Dearg Mor and its lower neighbour Beinn Dearg Bheag are undoubtably amongst the finest of the Corbetts. The pair require a very long day and a river crossing to reach.

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Region: Ullapool

Altitude: 910 metres

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Detailed route description and map

Beinn Dearg Mor and Beinn Dearg Bheag from Gruinard

Other routes and challenges

Beinn Dearg Bheag and Beinn Dearg Mor are usually climbed as a pair, making one of the most spectacular and challenging Corbett outings; they are also extremely remote. As a day walk, the approach from Gruinard given above is extremely long but avoids any serious river crossings; the route can be amended by including the scramble over the north ridge of Beinn Dearg Beag if required.

The other main approach is via Shenavall bothy; this is shorter but involves a great deal more ascent and descent to reach the bothy. After fording both rivers this route then climbs very steeply up the lower slopes to reach the corrie south of the summit.

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Panoramic summit view (click to open)




Users' walk reports for Beinn Dearg Mor

There are 240 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Beinn Dearg Mor. They have contributed 10 public walk reports including this summit. These are ordered below with the most popular ones first. The rightmost column shows how many summits were included in their report, which may help you to find the most relevant reports.

Title AuthorDate walked LikesHills
  01/04/2014  26 M5C7S2
  20/09/2019  9 C3G1
  18/06/2010  9 C2
  07/10/2015  5 M5C3
  19/08/2012  5 C1
  18/06/2011  4 C2
  23/09/2008  4 C3G1
  10/06/2019  3 C5G1
  24/05/2016  3 C3G1
  11/07/2010  1 M2C2

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