Glas Bheinn (Assynt)
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Glas Bheinn is a steep-sided and rugged but flat-topped mountain which draws less attention than its Assynt neighbours. It is best known for the Eas a'Chual Aluinn, the highest waterfall in Britain, on its lower slopes.
Altitude: 776 metres
Detailed route description and map
Other routes and challenges
The hill can be more quickly climbed from south of Loch na Gainmhich, using a stalkers' path initially before cutting up the west flank of the nose.