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Name:Beinn Tulaichean
Hill number:35
Height:945.8m / 3103ft
Parent (Ma):30  Cruach Ardrain
RHB Section:01C: Loch Lomond to Strathyre
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Catchment:Forth
Class:Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo, Yeaman
(Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NN 41663 19596
Summit feature:rock by cairn
Drop:121.8m
Col:824m  NN 4120 2031  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL46N 365N
Survey:Leica RX1250
Comments:col measured as 824.0m
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Reached from the lay by on the A82 outside Crianlarich, a seven mile walk following the track under the railway line then cutting up to Grey Height over Meall Dhamh and onto Cruach Ardrain, taking seven and a half hours.WAYNE ROWLETT28/04/2019
With SF-MGChris Blake29/03/2019
Started the walk from the car park at Inverlochlarig at the end of Loch Voil. The going is very steep up grassy slopes and no distinct paths to follow until you get closer to the summit. Once at the summit of Beinn Tulaichean I carried on down to the bealach and then up to Cruach Ardrain. The return journey took me back to the bealach between the two mountains and then headed in an Easterly direction down the hill to the farm track in Inverlochlarig Glen. Followed this track back to the starting point. Walk took just over the 5 hours.Anglostark25/03/2019
From Inverlochlarig (NN 44575 18461) - Beinn Tulaichean - Cruach Ardrain SW Top - Cruach Ardrain. Intermittent path on the initial ascent of Beinn Tulaichean but becomes more distinct nearer the summit. Ground very wet and slippery on the descent from the bealach between Beinn Tulaichean & Cruach Ardrain SW Top to Inverlochlarig Glen. Good track along the glen back to the car park.david23020124/02/2019
Beinn Tulaichean (946m) and Cruach Ardrain (1046m) accessed from Iverlochlarig, west of Balquhidder. It was a killer ascending up Beinn Tulaichean, through the mist, I had to convince myself to carry on, but the views from the top were incredible. I got my first ever inversion, with all the mountains poking out the mist like islands in the sea. 7:10 hours all in.chillyman824/02/2019
Crianlarich - Stob Garbh - Cruach Ardrain - Beinn Tulaichean - Beinn a' Chroin - An Caisteal - Crianlairich (via West Highland Way). Frozen ground and some snow, patches of blue sky in amongst the clouds.twg2704/12/2018
With Crach Ardrainlednock04/07/2018
Climbed Beinn Tulaichean and then Cruach Ardrain on a scorcher of a day with my faithful Cockerpoo, Lucy. Beautiful clear skies and panoramic views.honey badger28/05/2018
Beinn Chabair, Beinn a Chroin, An Caisteal, Beinn Tulaichein, Cruach ArdrainHuwel17/05/2018
Completed both Beinn Tulaichean and Cruach Ardrain with Cioch M/C.JamesSDonald13/05/2018
From Inverlochlarig together with Cruach Ardrain.Geoff Briggs07/05/2018
From Crianlarichquadbarrel07/05/2018
Beinglas Farm, Beinn Chabhair, An Caisteal, Beinn a Chroin, Beinn Tulaichean, Cruach Adrain, Stob Binnein, Ben More, Benmore Farm. Day 59 of 59 for all Munros. 25km, +/-3600m, 14 hours. This walk compleats: all the Munros for the second time, Munros in big days (59), and all 55 walks in the Big Walks book.PGCE29/04/2018
46th Munrolojzi86062124/03/2018
An Caisteal - Beinn a'Chroin - Beinn Tulaichean - Cruach Ardrain. Some views and mostly dry. A tough walk - particularly the down and up between Beinn a'Chroin and Beinn Tulaichean.wozzat22/06/2017
Beinn Tulaichean and Cruach Ardrain from Inverlochlarig - WalkHighlands route. Great weather again.Crib Goch09/05/2017
Continued on from Cruach Ardrain - very windy on the ridge - attained summit - scoured of snow - headed off back towards Crianlarichwychwood22/03/2017
Weather fair.MountainMac07/11/2016
From Benmore Lodge via Meall Dhamh Cruach Ardrain, Beinn Tulaichean, return via Stob Garbh and ridge N from therekdbennett08/10/2016
ACW round of grey height, meall dhamh,stob glas, beinn tulaichean, cruach ardrain sw top, cruach ardrain, stob garbh sw top, stob garbh, stob coire bhuidhe, creag a phuirt, from A82 layby near keilator.robertphillips18/08/2016
KeithByTheC15/08/2016
From Inverlochlarig, as per Walkhighlands route.TRG31827/07/2016
M2Dave Geere07/05/2016
SelfHighland Days28/02/2016
With Nick Piotrowski after Cruach Ardrain. Clouds lifted and we got views plus a fogbow.signyred09/02/2016
Walked this with John Porter a nice long day on the hill and the rain stayed away till we got to the pub.Eileen O'Neil16/08/2015
An Caisteal circuit in the cloudsjustin99914/08/2015
Beinn Tulaichean & Cruach Ardrain from Inverlochlarig. On own.MorecambeMonkey24/07/2015
Remodelled cairn into smaller and neater design. Midsummer but cold north wind persists.alda23/06/2015
First of the day with Rois. Roasting in the sun, freezing in the shade. A long slog up from Balqhuidder side.GravelMonkey30/05/2015
From Inverlochlarig up Beinn Tulaichean, on to Cruach Ardrain and back down Inverlochlarig GlenGallovidian05/04/2015
Continuation of walk from Cruach Ardrain. Followed south ridge of Cruach Ardrain down to wide bealach and thence south easily to summit. To return, retraced steps up south ridge of Cruach Ardrain to a path junction marked by a small cairn, and then back by our outward route.Man of Kernow113/09/2014
GMC weekend Beinglas Campsite near The Drover inn. Neil Goeff T and Bryn. 2 days of a longer weekend jps66606/09/2014
4 of 8: From Cruach Ardrain. With Tim.ChrisR03/09/2014
The big one. Crianlarich 9am - Coire Ardrain (bog, and deer fence!) - steep to S C Bhuidhe - Stob Garbh - Cruach Ardrain 12.20 - Beinn Tulaichean - col and rough traverse to Stob Glas - ugly descent to 500m - enormous pull onto Beinn a'Chroin 3.30 - W Top - An Caisteal (wonderful hill) - climb to Beinn Chabhair almost finished me 6.30 - W ridge, down to lochan then pelt along burn and down to Inverarnan 8.20 to catch last bus! V hot and sunny all day. 8 litres, lots of streams, much cake, 5 Munros, last day.Mark Jackson19/07/2013
With Lyndsay & Alan Munro when we were at Crianlarich Ochills club hut for Karen & Paul Yarnold weekend. Cloudy damp in the cloud. Not much wild life family of Ravens, 1 Deer, 1 Hare & some small birdsLizzieG29/06/2013
ran over and back while karl waitedlithosyork22/02/2013
After camping at NN398191 and catching the tent in the morning! Some views from summit!!! With Maddyrobertgn23/08/2012
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=21499basscadet19/05/2012
6th ascent - with angelaThearlaichdubh18/03/2012
MC DC JCMartin6614/05/2011
beinn tulaichean and cruach ardrain from the south inverlochlarig.robertphillips29/03/2011
Solo ascent with dogsalexmaclennan04/03/2011
With Ian Soulsby.Dangerous Dave31/10/2010
Done from Inverlochlarig with Allan, Monika and Andrew on a slightly cool and windy but pleasantly sunny day.jonbowyer29/08/2010
Climbed with Monika, Jon, Andrew B. Very clear / sunny but a bit windy on top.amcculloch29/08/2010
Climbed From Inverlochlarig, up the grassy slope but soon picked up a path. Continued on to Cruach Ardrain.rhalstead25/06/2010
Climbed with Maggie and Elspeth after Cruach Ardrain.Summit clear and a fine sunny evening for the long walk back to A82. Fine views up to Glencoe.dave neilson02/05/2010
with dave and elspethmn2302/05/2010
MSMI Uisdean2509/01/2010