Beinn Pharlagain, near Rannoch Station

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Beinn Pharalagain is a rounded, knobbly ridge of heather and grasses running south from the Munro Sgòr Gaibhre. It's highest summit - Meall na Meoig - acheives Corbett status. The walk can be extended to take in the two Munros of Sgòr Gaibhre and Càrn Dearg.


Good approach track, then pathless hillwalking. Straightforward slopes of grass and heather, with boggy ground lower down.

Public Transport

Train to Rannoch Station on the West Highland Line.


Parking opposite 'Road to the Isles' track at NN446578, 2km east of Rannoch Station. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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