Beinn an t-Sidhean, Strathyre

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Beinn an t-Sidhean (often anglicised to Ben Shian) is a steep-sided hill that shelters Strathyre from the westerly winds. Its sides are clothed with forestry plantations but from the moor above there are excellent views.


Steep paths up through the forest, muddy in places, a short exposed moorland section.

Public Transport

Bus to Strathyre.


Strathyre Forestry Commission car park, A84 Strathyre. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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