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Name:Ben Tirran
Hill number:491
Height:896m / 2940ft
RHB Section:07B: Braemar to Montrose
County/UA:Angus (UA)
Catchment:North Esk, Catchment Boundaries, South Esk
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,C,Y)
Grid ref:NO 37342 74607
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:244m
Col:652m  NO287801  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 44
(1:25k) OL53S 388S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 310 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Circular walk from Whean with John & Mike - dry, but windy and cold on ridgebarnz4817/09/2019
Easy longish day from Hotel. All weathers. Decent from Ben Tirran slightly more complicated than it should have been by number of new estate tracks, fences and both planting and felling but with some adjustments and river crossings, got there. With MM, AM, NM.kenmorti06/05/2019
With Mum, Dad, and Nick. Weather started clear, wintry showers at summitandymort06/05/2019
From Adielinn at 352715. The path NE meets an access/shooters track to Loch Wharral. Easy walking to summit but cloud descended. Just over 2.5 hours solo return as Storm Hector approached.bolton13/06/2018
From Clova Hotel, followed path to Loch Brandy, then E of loch up to Green Hill, then eastwards towards White Hill, SE to Ben Tirran (The Goet), returning along paths and track to the W side of Adielinn plantation, and back to hotel along the roadkdbennett28/01/2018
Snow to the valley and some deep drifts around. A fine hill day with good views and the White Mounth clearly living up to its nameDavid Bell01/12/2017
Up here early glad I set off at 6.20am as on the way down a number of people on their way up. Good views from summit. Back at car by 9.40. Company: Soloiandesbottes23/05/2017
TGOiansm22/05/2017
From Adielinn, with a clockwise circuit of Loch Wharrel.davidpettit8415/04/2017
The ridge south to north from Manywee via Finbracks,WEjhite Hill, Carn Trench, Black Shank, Ben Tirran and Green Hill. Nit of a plod really, might have been better on a clearer day.dickscroop21/09/2016
With BillyDanmawr03/07/2016
From Adielinn, and Loch Wharral, over the plateau to Green Hill and down via Loch Brandy. Winter hill walking and it's nearly May.Gill28/04/2016
The Snub, Boustie Ley, Benty Roads, Green Hill, Ben Tirran from Clova. Blue skies, fine day.RobertP01/11/2015
Weather fair with high wind.MountainMac12/10/2015
Climbed from the Glen Clova Hotel via Green Hill.Alan11/06/2015
Unexpected bonus to get this far owing to firm dry terrain (and feet) meaning quick progress. Left summit at 10pm, down in glen before 11 then 8km along road and back to car by 12:30am.alda26/05/2015
Ascended from Aidielinn plantation to summit via paths and tracks. Made a circuit above Loch Wharral via Rough Craig to return to starting pointraffemeister09/02/2015
Club meet , starting from the big pile of logs near Wheen. it was very foggy so unfortunately we didn't see Loch Wharrell. Once on the top it was a very easy walk along in the fog. But we managed a small view to Loch Brandy on the way down.tallblond28/09/2014
Solo good sunny day started at glen clover hotelNozzer30/05/2014
Parked at Adielinn Plantation. Saw 1 large herd of deer between 60-80 head and a smaller herd of about 30. On the ascent cloud was blowing over quickly but from Ben Tirran to the trig pillar about 1.2m visability was all I had. A lot of deep snow. On descent I dropped to Loch Wharral, half frozen and beautiful. Saw 3 others on the hill walking round the Craigs of Loch Wharral. About 30 -40 mountain hares most in their white coats were having fun on thesnow covered slopes down to the Loch.LizzieG02/03/2014
From Glen Clova.bowlesy24/05/2013
Alone. Lots of snow.Grinner03/03/2013
CK SheilaS28/12/2012
Jill - from Clova Hotel via Loch Brandypeterstanding11/11/2012
corbett bagging ben tirran from adielinn cottage and mount battock from millden lodge.robertphillips27/07/2012
with A on 3rd attempt. Up from Clova via L.Brandy - wintery conditions on top, hard graft to summit and back.gav77712/05/2012
500th Scottish Marilyn!! Solo from Ween at 6.30pm, fast up in shoes, to find snow/grey out on top and a stiff N'ly wind. Interesting but summit trig gained with compass/altimeter. Down in 41mins for circuit time of 1hr 55mins.nordicstar30/04/2012
Warm, dry, no wind fantastic views all around. With Anne Sinclair & Charlene Masclet SMHC day outLizzieG18/03/2012
selfdavidsbatty17/12/2011
Parked at Wheen and took the path up over Ben Tirran to the Goet. My five year old sons first Corbett attained with no assistance. Great weather and a fine time spent playing in loch Wharral on the descent.garyhoney09/08/2011
with Flake!batrigg25/06/2011
3 of 3: From Green Hill.ChrisR20/05/2011
Climbed at night on scout mountain leader assessment weekend.callumblack06/11/2010
Trig revisit. After Driesh. Circuit of 7 tops from Rottal, starting with Tops of Fichell, out to Glansie trig then over Ruragh.RHW25/07/2010
OSBM S6957ad-lib24/06/2010
With Sarah, good day out on snow.Colinmac200520/03/2010
With Lynsey on TGO Challenge 2009alistairpooler19/05/2009
A long walk over the ridge from Glenmoy saw us at the Goet in driving rain so headed for the hotel in Glen Clova asaptorkm03/08/2008
Solo.Dangerous Dave14/11/2007
Galltywenallt29/10/2007
I'm pretty sure I was up this one in the 1970s, but have no record. Best to be sure :)GWR Chris02/09/2007
One of the ways to bag 2 Corbetts in a day. Bag an easy one in the morning. Then drive 30 miles to the next glen and bag another. Unremarkable walk with no views.gman02/06/2007
MC JC KH. Climbed from Wheen. Cold and sunny. Strong westerly on top but warm outside the wind. Traversed round over Green Hill and descent via the Snub.Martin6630/01/2005
Ben Tirran (NO 372746) S/F NO352715 Windy, cool, showers, cloudbase 2500', overcast. Careful navigation required across summit plateau in fog.John Young01/07/2004
with Wendy B. from Clova Hotel, up the round of Loch Brandy then south to summit, down to road and walked back. Breezy but otherwise fine day.niallp11/05/2003
Cairngorm Club Bus meet. With a fellow member. From the car park at the end of the Glen Esk road. We walked along the track on the north side of Loch Lee and up the glen past Falls of Unich and Falls of Damff to a ruined building where the path ends. We followed a burn to the summit of Muckle Cairn before joining another path. We left it to go over White Hill (855m) to reach the summit of Ben Tirran (The Goet). We then headed for Green Hill where we met some other club members. We walked together round the rim above Loch Brandy to the Snub. We had time in hand so we decided on an extension to Boustie Ley, descending via Ben Reid. Weather was excellent.pwbellarby06/10/2002
Second round ascent.pwbellarby 2nd06/10/2002
actual date not knownclashcityrocker01/01/2001
sololittle al17/12/2000
From the road at the Adielinn Plantation on a clockwise round of Loch Wharrel. A clear spring day with remnants of snow still lying.Windy Corner12/03/2000