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Altitude: 708 metres
Beinn Dearg, rising between St Fillans and Glen Almond, has a steep east face. A recent independent survey has resulted in the SW summit, marked 705m on 1:25k OS maps, being regarded as the highest point. We've updated the location but retained the hill name (the alternative name Stuc na Cabaig refers to a northern spur seen as a peak from below).
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There are 150 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Beinn Dearg. They have contributed 12 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.
|(One Hundred and) Fifty Shades of Graham||weaselmaster||20/11/2016||5||G4|
|Two of Perthshire's finest||Fife Flyer||09/03/2017||2||G2|
|A wee bit Cleggy on the Last of the Perthshire Grahams||Graeme D||26/07/2013||2||G1|
|Lovely Graham in Glen Artney||wjshaw2||04/07/2013||2||G1|
|Last of the year - two walks in Glen Artney and Glen Turret||malky_c||29/12/2015||1||C1G2|
|Glen Artney Beinn Dearg||U059361||05/06/2016||0||G1|
|Bright and breezy on Glen Artney's Beinn Dearg||rob munbett||09/05/2016||0||G1|
|Over Beinn Dearg`s new Graham, Mor Beinn and Ben Halton||Benaden887||25/02/2016||0||G2|
|Beinn Dearg in November||paz1953||25/11/2015||0||G1|
|Mor Bheinn and Beinn Dearg (eventually) from St. Fillans||past my sell by date||29/12/2013||0||G2|
|Beinn Dearg - east top.||Norman_Grieve||04/10/2012||0||G1|
|Mor Bheinn & Beinn Dearg||Johnny Corbett||17/01/2011||0||G2|