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Region: Isle of Mull
Altitude: 761 metres
Beinn Talaidh - a symmetrical cone - was for many years a Corbett before a resurvey demoted it to the ranks of Grahams. It is situated at the very centre of the Isle of Mull, and can be approached either steeply from the south, or more attractively along Glen Forsa to the north.
There are 139 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Beinn Talaidh. They have contributed 8 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.
|Mull - Stone Circles, Eagles, Adders and Great Hills||weaselmaster||15/05/2016||6||G3|
|Beinn Talaidh,Beinn Fhada & Sgurr Dearg fae Tomsleibhe bothy||Norman_Grieve||29/09/2011||6||G3|
|Ben Talaidh - the short way||johnkaysleftleg||29/07/2011||3||G1|
|Mull. More than just a Munro!||simon-b||23/03/2015||2||M1C1G2|
|BOGOF: Knapdale Peninsula and Mull's lost Corbett||malky_c||28/02/2011||2||G1S1|
|3 days in Mull||Benaden887||11/05/2016||1||G2|
|A Mull Graham||Gavin99||21/06/2012||1||G1|
|samey Beinn Talaidh 1995 and 1996||litljortindan||05/04/1995||0||G1|