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Name:Beinn Mholach
Hill number:397
Height:841.7m / 2761ft
RHB Section:05A: Loch Ericht to Glen Tromie and Glen Garry
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Tay
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,C)
Grid ref:NN 58752 65481
Summit feature:large cairn
Drop:196m
Col:646m  NN557680  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 42
(1:25k) 385E
Observations:trig point 20m W at NN 58735 65485 is slightly lower
Survey:obvious summit/Leica RX1250
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From Dalnaspdal on A9 along tracks S, W side of Loch Garry to Allt Shallainn, crossing by footbridge, then following ATV tracks up NE ridge of Creag na Gabhar, and SW along ridge to Beinn Mholach, return same route. With JAS.kdbennett20/04/2019
Bridge of Ericht - Beinn Mholach - Stob an Aonaich Mhoir - Bridge of Ericht. Couple of inches of snow on the ridge.davidpettit8427/10/2018
Day 2 of a 2 day round of 9 tops north of Loch Rannoch from Durnish bothy: Creag a Mhaigaaidh(G); Gualann Shelleach(Gt);Beinn Mholeach(C) and back to tent. Shorter of the two days, had tiome to walk out but stayed put as train booked for following day.dickscroop14/05/2018
A nice walk, but the weather was vile, a combination of strong winds with heavy rain that was trying to be snow but not managing it. Amazingly, the visibility was excellent all day. The massive flat boggy area at the top of Loch Garry is really something special, but what a shame the Cairngorms National Park is unable to protect it from a a hydro scheme and new bulldozed tracks.Gill27/04/2017
Solo with Lily from dalnaspidal and Loch Garry on a calm, dry ,low cloud dayalexmaclennan28/03/2017
Cycled to top of Corrievarkie track and approached via Beinn Bhoidheachraffemeister12/07/2016
Parking at bridge on B 846, nn 610 590. with mora, hydro roads takes u well on your way,BLACKHILL12/05/2016
Overnight backpack from Dalnaspidal. Glas Meall a'Chumhainn, Stob an Aonaich Mhoir, Glas Mheall Mor, Beinn Bhoidheach, Beinn Mholach, Gualann Sheileach, Creag a'MhadaidhRobertP01/05/2016
Craeag a' Mhadaidh NN 633650 S/F NN 645731 2nd trip down Loch Garry to climb this hill. Drove to loch side then wind assisted trip down looch for overnight camp at 622666. Very cold night but dry. Awful navigation error, didn't check map before setting out and crossed river needlessly, realised mistake at about 624675. Fortunately this gave a straight, if boggy route direct to hill rather than planned use of longer track. No cairn at summit. Dry day with sunny periods, light wind and high cloud. Returned to tent via path and found bothy (not MBA) at 617670, Duinish, not too bad, definitely useable. Returned to camp and packed up. Very pleasant paddle back down loch with no wind at all, decided to camp at loch side and get out in morning. Very cold night and snow showers in morning so brought car down road to get out.John Young01/04/2016
With M. Long walk from A9. Staying Blair Atholl.douglas_easton25/03/2016
From Dalnaspidal (A9), cycled to end of Loch Garry, then on to bridge and up the long east ridge. No cloud above 400m when I set out but gradually higher cloud moved in from the west and hit the summit at about the same time as me.Topographer5702/11/2015
Visibility enough to see the trig from the grotesque cairn and vice versa. Better views from lower. Started from Craigannour Lodge mainly because the autumnal trees nicer than Dalnidspal dreariness.Martin R26/10/2015
Good hill marred by enormous ugly but well-built beehive on topalda11/06/2015
What an excellent Corbett you can see about every mountain in the central highlands. bike and walk in from DalnaspidalNozzer25/03/2015
Cycled in from Dalnaspidal. Great summit with large cairn and a trig. The visibility was tremendous. Must have been able to name at least 50 summits.BigJ25/03/2015
Did after Stob an Aonaich Mhoirduchally15/07/2014
cycled up from bridge of ericht to high point on track.robertphillips10/05/2013
alone SheilaS29/09/2012
Trig revisit. Overtopped by a fine beehive cairn 2-3m tall (similar to the one on nearby Chuallaich?). From S, parked at Aulich just W of bridge. Longish walk-in, visited Gualann Sheilach) Yeaman then the trig. Jog-walked back down, intent on S9393 before dark.RHW04/09/2010
Alone, from B846.Grinner29/08/2010
Twa Corbetts from Dalnaspidal. Long cycle down Loch Garry before a pathless hike to first summit.Weather dull turning to rain at times. Peat hag hell between tops Fine views over Loch Erict towards Ben Alder.gercal5320/06/2010
Alone. Via bike from A9SpudGunn29/07/2009
Solo tripInvicta1408/06/2008
Galltywenallt31/10/2007
Walked in from Rannoch at Crigannour lodge, picked up track and then cross country to top.nordicstar20/10/2007
Cycled in from Loch Garry on a cold and wet day with lowish cloud. Weather slowly improving but had to search for the summit in thick mist.Martin6609/10/2005
actual date not knownclashcityrocker01/01/2001
Cycled up from Bridge of Ericht to the high point of the road, then up and down to Stob an Aonaich Mhoir, back down the road for a couple of miles and out and back to Beinn MholachGallovidian15/07/2000
Started to snow. On return to Loch Rannoch by bike, fingers were near frozen.IanHHill24/04/2000
Bagged from the nearby bothygman09/09/1999
selfdavidsbatty29/07/1999
Solo Uisdean2517/05/1999
Long walk in from Aulich.JohnW11/05/1999
Long walk from Dalnaspidal along Loch Garry to Beinn Mholach. Then to Stob an Aonach Mhoir a Corbett on the side of Loch Ericht. Then return to Dalnaspidal.Aye Jimmy30/08/1998
Cuckoo being chased by another bird. From Annat on ROW with bike for 1 1/2m. To junction with RP 4 miles ahead. Across moor to an intervening ridge down to cross hags and stream and a further long mile up 1200' over heather and small rocks with many false horizons to top at 13.05.arranc25/05/1997
Mixed weather, good views, peat bog and heather.iangalbraith06/05/1996
With DaveOik06/04/1996
Round of Stob an Aonaich Mhoir, Beinn Mholach and Creag a'Mhadaidh from Killchonan.Eddie14/04/1995
Solo. Day trip from Stonehaven. From near Annat (Loch Rannoch). I passed over the summits of Plucach and Sgurran Dearg before reaching the summit of Beinn Mholach. I descended south and joined a track (not shown on 1:50,000 map) and which is a continuation of one shown on the map which lies to the north of Aulich Burn. This was followed to 608604 where a path (not marked on map) was followed down the tongue of land between Aulich Burn and Allt a Chreagan Odhair. At the bottom I found a bridge across Allt a Chreagan Odhair. I crossed the bridge and went down the track to the main road. I went along the road back to Annat.pwbellarby09/10/1994
Corbett bagging: Stob an Aonaich Mhoir and Beinn Mholach RHW02/05/1992
Route 62 in Cicerone guide to be published in 2012ancient brit25/02/1992
weaselmaster13/01/2019
Sick Kid13/01/2019
hill walker30/09/2018
Jaxter26/05/2018
PhilMcLean11/03/2018
borderline12/08/2017
bertbarnett12326/06/2017
Kevin2903528/12/2016
m0untain_n0mad24/04/2016