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Name:Beinn Dubh
Hill number:3989
Height:642m / 2106ft
Parent (Ma):99  Mid Hill [Beinn Dubh]
RHB Section:01E: Loch Long to Loch Lomond
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Dumbarton)
Class:Simm, Graham Top
Grid ref:NS335954 (est)
Col:595m  NS330961  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL39S 364S
Comments:Alternative col at NS329961
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 129 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Glen Striddle horseshoe clockwise.deknyff29/08/2019
Used good hill path from Luss. Patch of ground to the north by fence looks higher than cairn.Buteobuteo06/04/2019
Debs & Talisker from LussMountain Goat23/06/2018
During the hill racequadbarrel25/04/2018
From Luss - excellent ciruit of Grahams and tops with snow over the tops and fine views. Beinn Dubh, Mid Hill, Doune Hill E Top, Doune Hill, Beinn Lochain, Cruach an t-Sidhein, Beinn Eich, return along Glen Luss. Approx 9h.RobertP17/02/2018
14th and final hill of the day on an epic horseshoe of the Luss Hills from the Alderdale b&b in Luss climbing Cruach Dubh, Beinn Ruisg, Creag an Leinibh, Balcnock, Beinn Tharsuinn, Beinn Chaorach, Beinn a'Mhainach, Cruach an t-Sidhein, Beinn Lochain, Doune hill, Doune hill East top, Beinn Eich and with a struggle up Mid Hill from West ridge then more easily across to this top, recording the summit as NS33575 95403 followed by the long but steady descent along the wet and slippery track,sometimes on the grass, to Luss. What a day!!Dazingdale03/10/2017
6 of 6: From Mid Hill.ChrisR27/09/2017
Luss - Beinn Dubh - Mid Hill - Doune Hill N Top - Doune Hill - Beinn Lochain - Cruach an t-Sidhein - traversed to Beinn Eich col - Beinn Eich - Edentaggart - Luss. Great walk.Mark Jackson24/08/2017
From Luss.ngthack10/05/2017
From Luss, with Andy Ward and Jess. Mostly good weather, a few showers.trainingforwinter01/04/2017
doune hill, doune hill east top, mid hill, beinn dubh C/W from glen mollochan.robertphillips28/11/2016
sololittle al01/11/2016
Fri 2/9 - Plan was to do mica walkers' guide LL&TT Vol 1 West walk 8 - Starting from Luss got as far as Beinn Dubh & returned to start because of cloud and rain - but had a nice late lunch in Coach House coffee shop in Luss :)mnph02/09/2016
In mist from Luss Village with MN. Car parking is expensive but it seems to be a major coach stop.trimarc225/08/2016
Solo with Lily. Glen Mollochan round on a blustery showery day. 7 hoursalexmaclennan03/07/2016
With two friends. From Luss Village over the footbridge across A82. Followed the path, which starts almost as soon as you are over the bridge, up the SE ridge to the summit of Beinn Dubh. There is a cairn, but highest point is further NW and on the other side of a fence to the path. Continued to Mid Hill. Light falling snow most of the time.pwbellarby15/04/2016
Glen Striddle circuit from Luss. With Gavin.MorecambeMonkey15/03/2016
Parking in Luss, cross bridge, path all the way, very busy hill with views to die for.hils15/01/2016
The Glen Striddle Horseshoe, walked with Gregor. Beinn Dubh and Mid Hill.Chris Mac10/10/2015
See Beinn Eichdickscroop14/05/2015
Solo.Dangerous Dave17/04/2015
From Luss on well used path the the summit and beyond to the higher point near to Mid Hill where I operated ham radio for SOTA.G4OBK (Phil)05/02/2015
Om way back from Mid HillThearlaichdubh26/05/2012
Low fog over Loch Lomond, climbed from the Ram's bridge up Glen Striddle w Jenx. Pulled out of inversion at 1000 ft, perfect circular walk over summit, Bein Dubh and back down long ridge to Lussnordicstar20/01/2011
Snowshowing solo ascentalexmaclennan05/12/2010
Glen Striddle horseshoe from Lusstcrannoch26/11/2010
With PG after Mid HillJohnIvor06/02/2009
Easy path up from just west of footbridge over A82 at Luss.campagvelocet28/07/2008
The day after the Herald review, a lot of ill prepared people. Low cloud (@920m), dry, very windy, cool but good views,iangalbraith08/10/2006
Snow (approx date.) And again in Feb 2013 with Mark.grimjimm15/01/2006
Ascended from Luss, heading for Mid Hill.JohnW23/10/2003
From Mid Hill. Stroll on faint path down and through peat hags to top at 10.45.arranc05/08/2002
With Mid Hillhillsman23/01/2000
From Luss with Fiona, straight up ridge to Beinn Dubh, round to Mid Hill and down to Glenmollochan. Chalmers No.33.agentmancuso17/07/1999
steep grassy. glenmollochan in glen luss: anticlockwise RHW03/05/1998
Evening round Beinn Eich to Beinn Dubh from Luss Glen. Became a regular, early Spring Jura training session with others from The Military Road.Eddie09/06/1992
Fell run from Luss to Helensburgh with Neil and Barrystever30/12/1991
Mark E Smith27/05/2018
Steve Q03/03/2017
Sick Kid03/02/2017