Garbh Bheinn of Ardgour

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Garbh Bheinn is a magnificent mountain, rough as any in Ardgour and famed for the great climbing crags on its eastern flanks. The route described here is out and back along the Sròn a' Gharbh Choire Bhig ridge which offers superlative views throughout.


Intermittent path up the ridge, mix of some boggy ground and outcropping rock. There is some very simple scrambling.

Public Transport

None to start.


A861 at bridge over Abhainn Coire an Iubhair, near Inversanda. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

Deer Stalking information

Carnoch Estate. Stalking during September to 20th October. Land West of Bheinn Bheag including Druim Laith Ard and South West of Garbh Bheinn to the A861. Access from the cattle grid on the A861 at Glen Tarbert watershed via Coire a Chothruim is generally not affected by stalking. If more information is required please email (preferred) no later than 24 hours before planning to take access or phone 07714 428958.

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