Beinn Chabhair, from Inverarnan

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A fine Munro with good views down Loch Long. The summit ridge is a lumpy collection of knolls and rocky humps which make a great walk in fine weather. The lower section can be boggy and the first and last sections next to Beinglas Falls are stony and eroded.


Stony eroded path, higher up there is a boggy section; excellent path once the ridge is reached.

Public Transport

Citylink buses pass Inverarnan (Drovers Inn).


Inverarnan. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

Deer Stalking information

All approaches from the north-west (Glen Falloch) side of the main ridge: Glenfalloch Estate. Stalking between late Aug and 20 Oct. For Beinn Chabhair, the approach via the Ben Glas burn (and avoiding Coire a’Chuilinn to the north) is always OK. On other hills, routes which keep to the ridges and avoid corrie floors are always OK. If further information is needed, please phone 01301 704229 or e-mail

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