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Name:Beinn Ime
Hill number:68
Height:1011m / 3317ft
Section:01D: Inveraray to Crianlarich
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Fyne, Doubles, Leven (Dumbarton)
Watershed:Ardlamont Point to Fife Ness, Firth of Clyde
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo
Grid ref:NN 25500 08483
Summit feature:shelter around old trig point
Col:299m  NN271211  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL39S 364S
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 635 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Beinn Imekeithouk26/10/2017
with Stefan. Did Beinn Narnain, Beinn Ime and the Cobbler in 6.5 hoursAlistairCarson09/09/2017
A very wet solo ascent from Beinn Narnain side. Footpaths indistinguishable from streams. Very limited visibility.honey badger28/08/2017
Arrochar - Cruach nam Miseag - Beinn Narnain - Beinn Ime - Beinn Luibhean - The Cobbler N Peak - The Cobbler - Arrochar. Very straightforward.Mark Jackson20/08/2017
After Beinn Chorranach, descended to Glas Bhealach and then steeply up to the summit of Beinn Ime. With JT, his first Munro at the age of 7. Walk continued to Beinn Luibhean.Sprog25/07/2017
Revisit after beinn chorranach, from butterbridge.robertphillips14/07/2017
Spent my 40th climbing Beinn Ime on a scorcher of a day with amazing views. Perfect.Chris Mac08/05/2017
Gavin Appleton, Craig Brackenridge, Keith Armour. First hill for a long lon time.ian-e19/02/2017
From Arrochar direct up Beinn Narnain, down to Bealach a'Mhaim, then up Beinn Ime. Return via Bealach a'Mhaim and down Cobbler path to Arrocharkdbennett07/11/2016
Weather fair but with patches of clag intermittent.MountainMac19/10/2016
Beinn Narnain and Beinn Ime from CP at Succoth nr Arrochar, using WalkHighlands' route. Dry day but no views with clag level about 600m all day.Crib Goch14/09/2016
Climbed with McGuireian.monaghan20/06/2016
Loop from Succoth taking in Narnain and Ime. Baking hot day in May, stunning views all around, including Cobbler and Ben Lomond.liljonb09/05/2016
Incredibly windy, very wet underfoot. Not the most enjoyable Munro but great views to the summit of Beinn Narnain which we had just summited and of the cobbler and our recent Corbett Ben Donich! Number 3!KPvLSF07/05/2016
100th Munro With MR - from Inveruglas Round of Narnain and Ime Very windy but warm, incessant rain. Snow in patches onlywychwood19/12/2015
Wet and windy day my first walk out with the Glasgow Hill walking club. A very good experience and good to have company.Eileen O'Neil16/11/2015
Climbed after Narnain. Cloud rolled in for this hill which was an easier climb than its neighbour. Started raining just as we started our decent and lasted all the way out.akmilne23/10/2015
done with AndyFCMark23/10/2015
4th Munrolojzi86062115/08/2015
from Arrochar. wonderful days walking. squelch aplenty in the col but what a view today. remains of trig point on summit noted. continued on to Narnain and Arthur.stig_nest30/11/2014
Solo, fieldwork Uisdean2523/10/2014
From Succoth, Beinn Narnain and Beinn Ime.rhalstead11/09/2014
With Duncan Scattergood, Claire McLelland and Richard Ramsden. Fantastic day with stunning views.custard9929/06/2014
Flexi day hillwalk by myself. Final tick of the Alps Munros. Good walking.GravelMonkey23/05/2014
With RayW and JennyWdickiewren30/11/2013
DMC Arrochar trip, Beinn Narnain and Beinn Ime...jonbowyer24/11/2013
after Cobblerrambler_gary24/06/2013
From Arrochar, followed path up Allt a' Bhalachain with Beinn Narnain. Great views.ajsharpe26/05/2013
Butterbridge- Beinn Luibhean- Ben Ime- Bealach a' Mhaim- Butterbridge walk with Pete. Out and back by Bealach a' Mhaim; we would have done the N ridge in better visibility. Second visit without a view. Met a SOA guy on summit. Keeping to the path on the way down from the bealach didn't seem simple- we hadn't gone up that way. Still a few Purple Saxifrages in flower here. With Petepwheeler26/05/2013
Galeforce winds some hail but mostly dry and lots sun Solo With Ben vane 5 hourspigerg21/05/2013
100th Munro. Did the Corbett first then made my way up this in snow showers.Play2End01/05/2013
Started at Inveruglas, Ben Vane, Glas-Bhealach, Beinn Ime, Bealach a'Mhaim, Alt CoiregrogainPunkywull06/10/2012
First Munrottcc2524/09/2012
with Craig? Not certain of the dateDanmawr22/09/2012
Ascended with Beinn Narnain from Arrochar. In cloud from just below summit so no views from top.quadbarrel11/08/2012
Estimated date - done soloAimless Rambler10/06/2012
With Tim at 8pm on a beautiful sunny summer's eve, after climbing wither whether on the cobbler :)Loz_mck27/05/2012
Same day as Ben Narnain. Topped a perfect day!Arran2829/03/2012
240th - Solo - from inn at Arrochar, follow path up Allt a' Bhalachain. Clear dry day with v good views, snow from 800m. Long winter day.RGibbs07/02/2012
Beinn Ime from Arrochartcrannoch12/11/2011
Day's walk with Jim S in fine hot & sunny conditions (previously climbed in late 1970's with Norman A et al)barnz4818/09/2011
Date is estimate but was September 2011. Enjoyable hill, done with Ben Narnain. The stone summit enclosure was a surprise. Great views!bobblehat_kenny10/09/2011
Date is estimate but was September 2011. Enjoyable hill, done with Ben Narnain. The stone summit enclosure was a surprise. Great views!milngavie_kenny10/09/2011
Walk with Roy and MhairiBronagh01/07/2011
Not as rugged as Narnain.Roblex01/07/2011
With Sam - Beinn Narnainrobba_wag01/05/2011
From Arrochar via Beinn Narnaindavidpettit8430/04/2011
Beinn Luibhean then Beinn Ime with Tony G, Andy H & Graham B first then Beinn Chorranach just Tony & me.zoob18/04/2011