N.B. Some hill summits are on private property or on land where there is no public right of way. Permission should be sought from the landowner where access to a hill summit is through private land(*).
*For information about access rights in Scotland see the ScotWays website.
Please report via the contact page any logs you see below which describe or encourage acts of trespass, and mention the hill number and hill name.
|Logged Descriptions (logged by 103 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Up early to beat the weather. Cycled up Glen Strae to 183340 then up the ridge on the right side of Coire Dubh Ealcha and via cols at 176351 (515m) and 172361 (445m). Ground good albeit steep in places. All other routes are much longer or involve much more re-ascent.||Topographer57||29/05/2019|
|On three-day route from Bridge of Orchy to Taynuillt.||Grinner||18/05/2019|
|2 of 2: From F/B after Beinn nan Lus. Whilst cycling back down Glen Kinglass a pickup truck driver stopped and checked if I was ok. Friendly.||ChrisR||26/06/2017|
|After Beinn nan Lus, dropped to the fine suspension bridge at GR 152369, then crossed the moor heading for a single tree higher up. From here went more or less straight up past a holly and into a burn line which becomes an incut valley. Leads through a few rocky edges easily to summit. Back same way to be met at road by Alistair the local Ghillie from Ardmaddy who kindly gave us and bikes a lift back to Inverawe smokery CP.||nordicstar||11/09/2016|
|Two good Grahams climbed today from Glenkinglass. Lower slopes can be tussocky, but managed to find good routes up both hills. A beautiful spot. Helped by advice and a lift from Alistair. Region 3 complete!||jenx||11/09/2016|
|Ascended from A85/B8077 junction, Glen Strae, Lairig Dhoireann and Meall Beithe with descent back over Beinn Lurachan. It feels a long way with lots of up and down.||benalder284||15/04/2016|
|Cycled from Inverawe CP and then meandered up to the summit in the heat.||Martin R||10/06/2015|
|Using the route from the new Grahams book, I logged 19km, 1260m ascent, rather than the 15.5km, 1160m stated in the book. Parked just a few yards in on the track - there is a sign saying no vehicles further on, but a couple of parking spaces near the start. Great day, super weather, and the descent down the ridge from Beinn Lurachan is lovely, despite being hard on the knees.||nicolajane||09/06/2015|
|meall garbh and beinn nan lus from inverawe, biked up glen kinglass.||robertphillips||22/06/2014|
|From tent at head of Glen Kinglass along with the three surrounding Graham tops in poor weather and very wet ground in places due to recent snow melt but an enjoyable day.||dickscroop||29/03/2014|
|Beinn Lurachan, Meall Beith, Meall Garbh and Meall Buidhe from Stronmilchan Bridge. Long walk back down Glen Strae with Martin Collins.||jimbloomer||29/06/2013|
|From Glen Strae. With Ben nan Lus.||AndrewFinnimore||21/07/2012|
|ran with nicola and john||tom smith||26/02/2011|
|Parked off B8077. Hot work up hill on buggy tracks, many footprints gave re-assurance after 3 walks without. A mile traverse on flat contour to col before M Beithe. Across a massive stream cut gorge on NW side of hill and a further long drop to cross a fence in a 1500' col. Final 800' clamber to top at 13.10. Heat haze to 8 miles.||arranc||13/04/2007|
|A glorious day||Alison R||24/07/2005|
|Sunny, hot, gusty, 51mph, good views.||iangalbraith||08/08/2004|
|Ascended from B8077, Glen Strae, Lairig Dhoireann and Meall Beithe. Very good weather unlike May 2002 when heavy rain forced a retreat.||JohnW||24/10/2003|
|Victoria Bridge round: Beinn nan Aighenan, Beinn nan Lus, Meall Garbh and Beinn Suidhe.||Eddie||30/03/1996|