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Name:Beinn Luibhean
Hill number:81
Height:859.7m / 2821ft
RHB Section:01D: Inveraray to Crianlarich
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Fyne, Catchment Boundaries, Long & Goil
Watershed:Ardlamont Point to Fife Ness, Firth of Clyde
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 24285 07912
Summit feature:outcrop
Col:678.7m  NN 2494 0789  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL37N OL39S 363N 364S
Survey:obvious summit/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 334 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Sick Kid15/12/2019
GavinTheobald 316/11/2019
Am Bodach23/10/2019
From Glen Croe, standard route up and down. A grassy, pathless slog for two thirds of the ascent. Enjoyed the summit even though the bigger hills were cloud covered with occasional glimpses of more.Chris Mac15/10/2019
With Sue from A83 on way from Edinburgh, sunny and showers.Frank12/10/2019
Fife Walking07/07/2019
steven morrice09/03/2019
Succoth - Beinn Ime - Beinn Luibhean - Succothdavidpettit8401/01/2019
Emma and Simon04/08/2018
From A83. Ben Arthur, Beinn Narnain, Beinn Ime and Beinn Luibhean. Ben Arthur with PM, rest solo.CJM22/05/2018
Out & back from the parking spot at the bridge over the Croe Water. On own.MorecambeMonkey22/05/2018
From the Cobbler to this lonely summit. Solo. Descended SE then SW to the car at the bridge 243060. Under 6 hours and just over 6 miles.bolton22/05/2018
Dave Geere16/05/2018
From the Cobbler. Descended well made path to point 628, then point 637, contoured pathless SW flank of Beinn Ime to the col, then straightforward but lumpy plod to the obvious summit. Then down steep grassy slopes to Rest and be Thankful.Owen B13/05/2018
Me and Colin. Beautiful day.iansm26/01/2018
Arrochar - Cruach nam Miseag - Beinn Narnain - Beinn Ime - Beinn Luibhean - The Cobbler N Peak - The Cobbler - Arrochar. Tough, pathless descent of Beinn Ime's SW face followed by a mostly pathless climb from the Bealach a'Mhargaidh is rewarded by a summit poised on the edge with remarkable views down to the A83.Mark Jackson20/08/2017
From Beinn Ime followed the path towards Beinn Narnain a little way before descending to Bealach a'Mhargaidh. Ascended via E ridge, weaving a way between the crags. With JT. Descended back to Bealach a'Mhargaidh and then down to Butterbridge on a bagger's path. From Butterbridge, walked to Abyssinia bothy. With JT.Sprog25/07/2017
Trantham Clan23/05/2017
With Ikuko after The Cobbler and by traversing the flanks of Beinn Ime. 10.6 miles and 4443 ft ascent. Wow!!GWR Chris03/05/2017
A great short walk from Butterbridge, perfect for a winter's day when the morning was thick fog and drizzle. Just time to scamper up and down after the rain stopped, and catch brilliant sunset views at the end of the day. The whole walk is on easy, relatively dry ground with a decent, faint path all the way. Red kite seen in the coire.Gill19/12/2016
Simon Winton01/11/2016
Weather fair, views North clag.MountainMac19/10/2016
Ben Vane and Ben Ime from Invergulasjustin99913/09/2016
Tom Mundell16/04/2016
Sick Kid21/11/2015
See The Cobblerdickscroop14/10/2015
3 of 4: From The Cobbler.ChrisR16/09/2015
The Rodmiester30/04/2015
GavinTheobald 211/04/2015