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Name:Beinn Bhreac
Hill number:98
Height:680.8m / 2234ft
RHB Section:01E: Loch Long to Loch Lomond
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Dumbarton)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 32155 00064
Summit feature:rock within 1m of trig point
Col:151m  NN275001  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL39S 364S
Survey:obvious summit/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 214 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From the parking SE of the farm, by the forestry. ATV track to about 450m altitude, helpful in the mist.Owen B13/10/2019
ATV track from designated car park (NS308987) facilitates the ascent.BaggerGutt31/08/2019
Tullich Hill, Ben Reoch, Beinn Bhreac circuit from Glen Douglas. Easy descent to the west of the forest.Geoff Briggs24/05/2019
4of4: From Ben Reoch E.Top.ChrisR19/11/2018
Circuit of Tullich Hill and Beinn Bhreac from the parking area in Glen Douglas. Recorded route and write-up at:
Straight up from car park at Invergroin. Solo.Dangerous Dave26/02/2018
From Invergroin with Steve Smith, parking by bridge parapet. On to the 2 Ben Reoch's.jonglew04/12/2017
6th hill of 7 today on a tough route from Garelochhead station to Inverbeg with my 70 litre rucksack climbing Sron Mallanach and Craggan Hill from the Three Lochs Way then veering off to climb Tullich Hill, Ben Reoch and Ben Reoch East top descending and reascending gradually to reach the summit close to the Trig. Great views across Loch Lomond looking North. Descent tricky across broken heathery crevasses heading for Rubha Mor....Dazingdale02/10/2017
ROUTE: Inverbeg - Beinn Bhreac - Ben Reoch E Top - Ben Reoch - Tullich Hill - An t-Sreang - Arrochar. BEINN BHREAC: followed road and track at first to comms mast at NS340981, then faint, intermittent path ascending ridge by fence all the way.Mark Jackson18/08/2017
Bob & DukeDukeNukem17/06/2017
From Invergroin in Glen Douglas.ngthack04/05/2017
Solo. From parking area provided for hillwalkers at NS309987 in Glen Douglas. Along road west to signposted access to Beinn Breac at NS306990. A few posts along an ill defined path takes one to a rough, rather damp, track, which I followed upwards. High up it veers northwards. At a gate in a fence, followed fence towards summit, continuing upwards from point where fence turns sharply to south to pass someway west of the summit. There is a minute cairn on the rock outcrop that has the highest point of Beinn Breac as well as the trig point on it. Continued to Ben Reoch East Top and Ben Reoch. A superb day, weatherwise, with excellent views.pwbellarby02/10/2016
CK SheilaS06/05/2016
Carried on to Tullich Hillduchally07/03/2016
Nice to do the full round of the 2 Graham's plus tops this time.jenx04/03/2016
With Jenx. Parked on minor road to south nr high point. Tullich Hill, Graham tops and onto Beinn Breac. Direct down to road and a mile back to car. Great crisp cold weather with snow above 500m. Classnordicstar04/03/2016
Up the west side of the forest in Glen Douglas to Beinn Bhreac, on to Ben Reoch and Tullich HuntGallovidian05/09/2015
See Tullich Hill.dickscroop15/05/2015
Linked Beinn Bhreac with Tullich Hill as part of a linear walk from NS 310987 back to the Loch Long Hotel in Arrochar. Came down to the col at An t-Sreang then climbed to Tullich Hill. Came down same way, a good route. 8 miles with 3300ft ascent. Operated ham radio on short wave bands for SOTA from both summits (GM4OBK/P).G4OBK (Phil)04/02/2015
Solo, round of Beinn Bhreac, Ben Reoch and Tullich Hill from Invergroin.amswanston27/07/2014
2nd of day with Bob B. Deep snow and getting coldPlay2End22/02/2014
Solo from the signposted carpark climbing Ben Bhreac and Ben Reoch. 3 hours.alexmaclennan20/05/2013
From Tullich Hill. Almost the entire length of Loch Lomond was visible from the summit.Topographer5717/02/2013
Snow everywhere, lets hope it freezes! Great wee day, visibility superb.Colinmac200502/12/2012
beinn bhreac and tullich hill from glen douglas.robertphillips12/04/2012
Alone, from Glen Douglas Road.Grinner28/08/2011
Tullich Hill then across to Ben Reoch and Beinn Bhreactcrannoch29/01/2011
Beinn Bhreac (NS322999) S/F NS337979 Low fog over Loch Lomond, cloud base overcast 2500 am, clear & sunny pm. No wind, above freezing and melting snow on hill. Strange 3 or 4 toed footprints in snow!John Young01/12/2010
with jr. and again on 2/6/17 with other work colleagues after B Reoch.Thearlaichdubh08/10/2010
Trig revisit. Nice summit, grass and rock, simple steep ascent from S. Crisp winters day, climbed out of the cloud into sunshine.RHW13/12/2009
Nice viewpointKevin2903508/04/2009
Afternoon ascent from bridge at Invergroin. Excellent viewpoint.JohnW03/04/2009
MMC WalkRocky04/01/2009
Came from Ben Reoch. Returned to col before contouring round to lower col between Ben Reoch and Tullich Hill. Light rain.campagvelocet18/09/2008
JW Uisdean2505/03/2005
Dry, some sun, cold wind, good views, snow higher up.iangalbraith28/11/2004
SelfHighland Days21/04/2004
Solo tripInvicta1416/06/2003
By forest edge. Fire awareness training has been cancelled - Tannoy announcement on still air! On buggy tracks to crest of hill to open moor over 2 or 3 more horizons to top at 10.00. to Tullicharranc02/08/2002
From Glen DouglasBLACKHILL12/10/2001
From Invergroin Fm, Beinn Bhreac & Ben Reoch, with Fiona, Chalmers No.35agentmancuso16/04/2000
excellent hill, great view of loch lomond. glen luss, layby W of invergroin RHW08/05/1998
Evening Graham round: Tullich Hill, Beinn Bhreac from Glen Douglas. Beinn a'Mhanaich from The Military Road.Eddie03/06/1993
Elma Jim Lambertdonmeister03/07/1985