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Name:Beinn an Dothaidh
Hill number:112
Height:1004m / 3294ft
RHB Section:02A: Loch Rannoch to Glen Lyon
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Awe
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NN 33181 40860
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:247m
Col:757m  NN340405  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 671 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Bridge of Orchy on paths via Coire an Dothaidh and Coire Reidh. With JAS.kdbennett03/11/2019
Wonderful walk with Lorna and David. Beinn Dorain at same time.Skerryvore21/09/2019
Climbed Beinn Dorain first then Beinn an Dothaidh, accessed from Bridge of Orchy. Sunny intervals all day quite windy at times with a strong southerly, 6:45hrs all in.chillyman826/07/2019
Ace day with Joe. From Bridge of Orchy, up Beinn Dorain to Beinn an Dothaidh, continued onto Beinn Achaladair. Climb up to Beinn a' Chreachain looked daunting but was actually fine. Then descended to Lon na Cailliche via 813m spot height. Slogged up to Beinn Mhanach and descended to the south to track to meet West Highland Way back to Bridge of Orchy.JonathanConey06/07/2019
70th Munrolojzi86062101/06/2019
From Bridge of Orchy (NN 29722 39547) - Coire an Dothaidh - Carn Sasunnaich - Beinn Dorain - Coire Reidh - Beinn an Dothaidh West Top - Beinn an Dothaidh. Back to Bridge of Orchy via Coire Reidh & Coire an Dothaidh. Path to Coire an Dothaidh badly eroded and very boggy in places. Blizzard conditions on the summits, deep drifts in places, navigation challenging!david23020108/05/2019
soloAimless Rambler23/04/2019
from train before going over back and down to west highland wayRodge30/03/2019
Route: Bridge of Orchy station - Carn Sasunnaich [Beinn Dòrain North Top] - Beinn Dòrain - Beinn an Dothaidh West Top - Beinn an Dothaidh - 993 spot height - Bridge of Orchy station. Stats: 5hrs51, 14.3km, 1,276m ascent. Weather: warm & sunny. Notes: only FJL & I ascended Beinn an Dothaidh West Top.millionmts10/08/2018
with DoriannRodge05/07/2018
Two from Bridge of Orchy.liljonb01/06/2018
Summits of Beinn Dorain and Beinn an Dothaidh from Bridge of Orchy via Coire an DothaidhCrib Goch27/05/2018
With Karen Daly and Buster, on to Beinn DorainHighland Days17/05/2018
Climbed after Beinn Dorain.anderson2419/10/2017
a day off on WHWYanndroid11/05/2017
Bridge of Orchy station-Beinn an Dothaidh W Top-Beinn an Dothaidh-Beinn Achaladair S Top-Beinn Achaladair-Meall Buidhe-Beinn a'Chreachain-Beinn Mhanach-Beinn a'Chuirn-Bridge of Orchy stationcampagvelocet08/05/2017
CUHWC Glen Coe trip. Bad weather forecast led us to opt for these two hills. With JG, PF and JF.AGWilliamson30/03/2017
Summits of Beinn Dorain and Beinn an Dothaidh from Bridge of Orchy via Coire an Dothaidhkdbennett21/01/2017
Ascended from Auch Glen, down to Bridge of Orchyquadbarrel04/01/2017
SoloUisdean2523/04/2016
Climbed with UMHC trip to Crianlarich. Very cold and wet with little visability. Tried out my new boots! Climbed with Beinn Dorain.electricfox06/02/2016
Good hillsEileen O'Neil25/09/2015
With jerry. Still wet and cloudy. This hill has a better path and is more Interestingtallblond04/07/2015
With Tony Gordon. From Bridge of Orchy up Beinn Dorain, interesting mountain, rocky slabs and snow fields. Enjoyed descending in snow, linking patches. On to Beinn an Dothaidh, grassy & boggy, cold wind and deteriorating weather.zoob26/05/2015
Weather fair.MountainMac14/05/2015
With Brian R. in lovely sunshine. Clear skies and quite mild. A quick day trip from Fife.Play2End05/11/2014
GMC weekend Neil & Goeff on home journey from Glen Coe Independent Hostel jps66601/11/2014
Log entryJanSue07/09/2014
From Bridge of Orchy while on way to Glencoejustin99920/08/2014
Beinn Dorain and Beinn an Dothaidh. GLSS hillwalk.killiedaft05/07/2014
Walked up only path from Bridge of Orhcy on clear day, some very boggy patches before the main climb, walked up along Beinn Dorains many false summits until the proper top, great views and patches of snow everywhere, walked back down to col and climbed the very wet Beinn An Dothaidh. Had to hurry off the summit because cloud came down, it was pouring with rain before we got to the car. Brilliant 9.5 mile walk after bagging Broad Law and Culter Fell the day previous.DanTrig09/06/2014
With Alvin & Mel from BHMC. Start at Bridge of Orchy station. Dry. Strong wind on summitalwaysinshorts12/01/2014
Camped at Bridge of Orchy after long train journey from south. Being picked up at 10.30 - plenty of time for Beinn Dorain and Beinn an Dothaidh! Set off at 5, on Dorain by 7, back in 5 hours. Unbelievable weather with perfect early morning cloud inversion, glorious views.Mark Jackson09/07/2013
Beinn an Dothaidh and Beinn Dorain from Bridge of Orchy.rhalstead07/07/2013
2 of 9: From west top.ChrisR04/06/2013
With Beinn Dorainnickywood117/05/2013
Its always tough to drop to a col and start the ascent again, but its such a beautiful day it would be silly not to. There was more of a breeze on this hill. Col to 993 top 58 minutes with a stop for food. After crossing snow took direct route to 993, the views were WOW, then followed the countour round to the summit 1 hour 15 mins col to summit. Its happening this day just gets better with every topLizzieG19/04/2013
Solo ascent with three dogs and with a fine dusting of snow on the hill. Lovely weather and views.alexmaclennan27/10/2012
With Sarah - this mountain is (I think) called "burning" ... It was freezing (felt like -5 or colder) and it snowed. Irony. Great place for a beacon though...Loz_mck11/09/2012
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=23365basscadet14/07/2012
Second ascent.thenomad29/02/2012
Glorious day. Ascent from Bridge of OrchyHysteresis06/02/2012
Dad's Ashes ScatteredGCW17/12/2011
5th ascent - with scotrekThearlaichdubh24/07/2011
See Beinn Doraindickscroop31/05/2011
3rd ever Munro :)Smeggers28/04/2011
beinn dorain and beinn an dothaidh from bridge of orchy.robertphillips02/03/2011
dave norman elspeth almn2307/06/2010
Climbed from Bridge of Orchy hotel with Maggie, Norman, Elspeth and Al. Brief shower as reached summit but pretty good views to be had. Heard thunder on way down but avoided getting wet again.dave neilson07/06/2010
A nice walk up in warm weather, great views from the top and good irn-bru at the bridge of orchy hotel at the bottom.green flash07/06/2010