Beinn Mholach, from Dalnaspidal
Beinn Mholach is a retiring Corbett, hidden away from roads, its rocky summit being the highest point of an area of rough heather moorland and bogs. The effort of reaching its massive cairn is extensive views at the heart of the Highlands.
Good track along lochside, then boggy pathless section. Mostly heathery slopes on the hill with some rock and bog.
None to start.
Parking area before level crossing, near Dalnaspidal Lodge.
Hillwalking in Winter
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