Beinn Trilleachan, Glen Etive

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Beinn Trilleachan is famed for the rock-climbs on the Trilleachan Slabs high above Loch Etive. For hillwalkers, the mountain provides an enjoyable outing with stunning views.


Very boggy for the initial section. Higher up the hill is mostly pathless with some steeper sections and rocky terrain.

Public Transport

There is no public transport down Glen Etive.


Car park at end of public road down Glen Etive. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

Deer Stalking information

North-east of summit: Glenetive Estate. Stalking between mid-Aug and 20 Oct. No stalking on Sundays. Maps showing preferred access routes to the summits are sited at strategic points across the Estate. If further information is needed please phone 01855 851277 between 5 and 8pm.
South-west of summit: managed by Forestry and Land Scotland. No stalking issues.

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