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Name:Ben Challum [Beinn Challuim]
Hill number:152
Height:1025m / 3363ft
RHB Section:02B: Glen Lyon to Glen Dochart and Loch Tay
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Catchment:Tay
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NN 38688 32227
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:450m
Col:575m  NN378330  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
(1:25k) OL48W 377E 378W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 573 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Debs & Tali. Intended to do Cam Chreag & Beinn Chaorach but Debs wanted to do the Munro. So came back down the main path and along the WHW back to the van at the Wig Wams. (Fences in area up the valley has several gates to exit and access the hills)Mountain Goat11/05/2019
From By the Way campsite. Hard frost overnight. Cold and hazy on summityounggl12/04/2019
amcvey31/03/2019
Wet, windy, snow/ice at the topHuwel17/02/2019
cachristiso102/02/2019
nigheandonn14/10/2018
NickF05/10/2018
weaselmaster09/09/2018
Sick Kid09/09/2018
solitaryfellwanderer07/09/2018
m0untain_n0mad14/07/2018
Previously climbed 12/04/2009duchally10/06/2018
Went back after initially not going all the way to summit.Rodge13/05/2018
Weather clag.MountainMac21/04/2018
Martinad08/04/2018
Gallovidian01/04/2018
From Kirkton farm in full winter conditionsGeoff Briggs22/03/2018
From the farm Long slow trudge in the snow. 9 hours up and down.liljonb19/02/2018
NHWC18/02/2018
With JW, along West Highland Way from YHA Crianlarich to Kirkton Farm.robertgn06/01/2018
Kendall26/12/2017
john342104/12/2017
Toril03/12/2017
FCL19/09/2017
BlackPanther09/09/2017
gary198128/05/2017
scoob14/05/2017
Fi14/05/2017
Steve Clark07/05/2017
Cycle in from Kenknock Glen Lochay to Allt Challuim then an easy ascent from there after finding my way around the deer fence. Flighty snow from about 800m to the summit. Steep slippy on the final bit of the ascent but by far a very enjoyable hill day this mountain surprised me by being so stunning & not a difficult day outLizzieG17/04/2017
Return visit to collect camera left there the day before. Slightly damp but working ok.alda03/04/2017
alda02/04/2017
Solo ascent on a wet and very windy day. First two thirds of ascent very boggy. Clouds parted for 5 minutes at the top to reveal a glorious sunny view.honey badger19/03/2017
With I.McSkimmingHighland Days16/01/2017
Pommyjon01/01/2017
sololithosyork30/12/2016
leyreflo18/12/2016
roddycun08/12/2016
From Kirkton Farmkdbennett26/11/2016
hosabel22/11/2016
DuncanH11/10/2016
Storm the dog11/10/2016
alister.walker06/09/2016
hill walker05/09/2016
park on A82 near kirkton farm and follow WHW to the path on right by side of the farm and church. head to the railway crossing and look for a cairn on your right and head towards the fence running up the forest. you follow this boggy path all the way till you come out and see two tops. ben calluim is the furthest away go over the false summit and a short down and up to summit. Retrace your steps back to finishAristotle Chip27/08/2016
captainslow10/08/2016
Isabel29/05/2016
marsdavs23/05/2016
Hammy15/04/2016
Rannoch_Monkey25/03/2016