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Beinn Udlaidh

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Beinn Udlaidh forms the south side of Glen Orchy, its plateau summit bitten into by corries on its northern side. Its most distinctive feature is a remarkable quartzite dyke - well seen from Bridge of Orchy - that reaches from the ridge almost down to the glen.

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Region: Argyll

Altitude: 840 metres

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Detailed route description and map

Beinn Udlaidh and Beinn Bhreac-liath from Glen Orchy

Other routes and challenges

The route above is the most convenient for climbing both the pair of Corbetts. Approaches from the south are deterred by forestry plantations.

Walker-friendly accommodation in the area

Tyndrum and Dalmally Hotels

Tyndrum and Dalmally B&B

Tyndrum and Dalmally cottages

Argyll Hostels

Panoramic summit view (click to open)




Users' walk reports for Beinn Udlaidh

There are 646 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Beinn Udlaidh. They have contributed 23 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
  03/02/2012  5 C2
  02/11/2018  3 C2G1S1
  25/11/2016  3 C2
  18/03/2016  3 C2
  29/09/2012  3 C2
  06/10/2018  2 C2
  08/04/2018  2 C2
  27/02/2016  2 C2
  01/05/2015  2 C2
  08/03/2015  2 C2
  01/03/2017  1 C2
  25/10/2015  1 C3
  02/10/2014  1 C1
  26/07/2014  1 C2
  26/12/2013  1 C2
  24/11/2013  1 C2G1
  21/09/2013  1 C3G3S1
  12/07/2012  1 C2
  04/11/2018  0 C2G1
  08/05/2016  0 C2
  12/08/2012  0 C2
  27/04/2012  0 C2
  28/01/2012  0 C1

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