Name:Beinn Teallach
Hill number:675
Height:914.6m / 3001ft
Section:09C: Loch Lochy to Loch Laggan
Col:613.1m  NN 3722 8716  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1895302/05/2017NN 36142 85968  F: Rock 5m S of cairnDSM
2874716/07/2019NN 36139 85964  F: rock
S: Leica RX1250
2983229/11/2019NN 36023 85907  F: CairnDSM
2983329/11/2019NN 36140 85971  F: CairnDSM
2983429/11/2019NN 36139 85965  F: Embedded boulderDSM
-245815/05/2009NN 36139 85964  F: rock 5m S of cairn
O: note this is the NE top; larger cairn on SW top (NN 36025 85905) is not the summit and is 0.6m lower
S: Leica NA730/530
-245915/05/2009NN 36139 85970  F: cairn
S: Leica NA730/530
-246019/01/2015NN 36141 85969  F: cairn
S: Leica NA730/530
-246102/11/2008NN 36024 85905  F: large cairn
S: Leica NA730/530
-246215/05/2009NN 36023 85907  F: large cairn
O: note summit is on NE top and is rock 5m S of a cairn (NN 36140 85965)
S: Leica NA730/530
-246315/05/2009NN 36025 85909  F: rock 3m N of cairn
S: Leica NA730/530
-2648115/05/2009NN 36139 85964  F: rock 5m S of cairn
S: Leica 530

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Beinn a'Chaorainn & Beinn Teallach Solo Deep snow above 300m. Clear on Beinn Teallach but weather closed in on Beinn a'ChaorainnHuwel26/02/2020
From splendid camping pitch on Tom Mor col; TGOC 19Colin Crawford15/05/2019
53 - with Beinn a' Chaorainn. Soft snow most of the way up from the pass. Cloudy on top, but cleared on decent SW to give incredible views towards Aonach Mor on the right, and ahead down to Loch Trieg. With Jon C and Nigel.huwthomas01/12/2018
Ascent from Laggan dam car park. wet and cold. Julie and Don.Bookerdddd21/09/2018
SoloChris Blake12/05/2018
Debs and TallieMountain Goat25/09/2017
With ChristineKeith9906/08/2017
With keithchristine9906/08/2017
From Roughburn parking, anticlockwise circuit of Beinn a'Chaorainn and Beinn Teallach with boggy initial ascent, descending to Tom Mor and when tying to regain the forest path.welshyboyo30/07/2017
From Roughburn, along ridge of Beinn a'Chaorainn, continued N, dropped n and NW to bealach with Beinn Teallach, S over the summit, return to Roughburnkdbennett01/07/2017
Weather fair with hazy views.MountainMac08/05/2016
EMC club tripN.Morters13/12/2015
CUHWC Roy Bridge trip.AGWilliamson20/09/2015
From Roughburn. On own.MorecambeMonkey25/06/2015
Solo. Stayed at Tulloch Station bunkhouse. Good dry weathermunromurph19/04/2015
With Beinn a'Chaorainn, from Roughburn - very clear until late 3PM. Loads of snow down to 450m - cold againwychwood29/12/2014
Sunny/overcast, clear, calm, dry day with Robert Wight and Ron Dorn. Great views. Usual route from Roughburn parking spot.6 hours.alexmaclennan24/08/2014
From Roughburn, Beinn a'Chaorainn plus tops and Beinn Teallach.rhalstead17/06/2014
Through the forest and up the pleasant glen to the bealach. Then onto the Munro. Lovely warm and sunny day. With GHC.Play2End30/05/2014
Second hill of the day. Couldn't decide which summit cairn was the highest so we visited both.darradog30/05/2014
Climbed with Rob and John from Tulloch Bunkhouse. Very wet and foggy, Made good use of Rob's OSGR-capable GPS. Found lower summit first, then high one. Difficult descent to find cairn in Beallach in thich fog.banksey15/11/2013
Number 100Roblex31/07/2013
Solo day nice weather with a breeze stunning views all round. Glad I did Chaorainn first. A nice gradual ascent onto Teallach and an easy descent.LizzieG03/07/2013
Up from Roughburn on A86, Beinn A'Chaorainn and Beinn Teallach. Bit cloudy and grey today, could almost see Loch Linnhe though.tsharp11/06/2013
ML AssessmentLoz_mck05/06/2013
DMC Roybridge weekend. Crisp, cold and a little snow on the ground. Decided against doing the neighbouring munro at the same time as it was in the cloud, whilst this one was cloud free...jonbowyer19/01/2013
With Haydn, Ben and John (MPS)rambler_gary02/01/2013
me & Dan lots of snow!!jennygraham28/11/2012
With Pam in the snow, after Beinn a'Chaorainn. Spectacular summit views.milngavie_kenny04/11/2012
2nd of 2. Easy enough descent, but pretty wet leading to a boggy belach. Good luck finding path! Lunch break at top before descent then river crossing before forest trail out. 20.8km, 1380m, 7hr10.bowzi26/08/2012
Parked at Roughburn entrance to wood. Bagged Beinn a\'Chaorainn first. Weather was rain and cloud. Looks a farely interesting Northeast ridge. BIG problems happened when I expected a bridge that was not there. River in spate. No other choice but to wade thigh deep.Jhimmy18/07/2012
Reached from the col at the cairn after descending from Beinn a' Chaorainn, then south back to Roughburn.Windy Corner03/06/2012
Estimated date - done soloAimless Rambler10/05/2012
Enjoyed the horseshoe with the bonus of wet snow on top. Company: Jake the Black Lab.iandesbottes18/10/2011
with davemn2318/07/2011
climbed with Maggie on a lovely day. Main problem wasfinding a safe crossing point over the swollen stream. Great views .dave neilson18/07/2011
group of 5 munros from roughburn beinn teallach, beinn a chaorainn, creag meagaidh, stob poite coire ardair, carn liath cycled back to car from arberarder.robertphillips27/05/2011
Roughburn to Aberarder via Beinn Teallach, Beinn a'Chaorainn, Creag Meagaidh, Stob Poite Coire Ardair and Carn Liath. Day 34 of 59 for all Munros. 23km, +/-1900m, 8 hours.PGCE11/05/2011
Rich Fahy, Mark Whelanhutonthehill07/03/2011
With JayColinmac200527/02/2011
With Beinn a Chaorainnnickywood127/05/2010
From Roughburn in snow and sun shine. Continued north for Beinn a Chaorainn.mindlessflogger09/02/2010
A bagging mission enlivened by the remarkable appearance of Painted Lady butterflies on the descent. Several million of these migrants appeared in GB in a week and many were seen this far N. The (butterfly!) event made the national newspwheeler29/05/2009
small rocky hill. longish descent and walk outakmilne25/04/2009