Beinn Chabhair, from Inverarnan

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Whilst it may rank amongst the smaller Munros, Beinn Chabhair is a suprisingly rugged peak with great character. The summit ridge is a lumpy collection of knolls and rocky humps which make a fine walk. The start via Beinglas Falls is very steep and eroded, and there is fair amount of boggy ground on the middle, moorland section.


Hill path; stony and eroded lower down, boggy across moors. Good path up the ridge itself.

Public Transport

Citylink buses pass Inverarnan (Drovers Inn).


Inverarnan. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

Hillwalking in Winter

Please note that hillwalking when there is snow lying requires an ice-axe, crampons and the knowledge, experience and skill to use them correctly. All route descriptions and difficulties given here are for summer conditions. See our Winter Skills page for basic information on the essential skills, techniques and knowledge needed for winter hillwalking.

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