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Name:Beinn Bheag
Hill number:1059
Height:668m / 2192ft
RHB Section:14B: The Fannaichs
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Broom, Catchment Boundaries, Triples, Ewe, Gruinard
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,G,Y)
Grid ref:NH 08519 71388
Summit feature:rock
Drop:196m
Col:472m  NH092714  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 19
(1:25k) 435S
Observations:rock is situated between E cairn (NH 08652 71369) and W cairn (NH 08450 71405)
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 138 users)ByDate of Ascent
Walked in from A832 along Loch Bhraoin. Good track for walking; wouldn't advise it for a bike - lots of new deep gravel makes it slow as walking. Together with Groban.IanHHill14/07/2019
From A832. Beinn Bheag, Groban, Ceann Garbh Meallan Chuaich (also visiting the trig point), camping on descent. Excellent views into Fisherfield, hot but mostly with cloud cover, and lots of horse flies on return.RobertP06/07/2018
From A 832 via Loch a BhraoinBLACKHILL31/05/2018
Descended from Groban to beallach. Then up from beallach towards north west. Back down east flank to Lochinvraon,Campbell Singer10/05/2018
CK SheilaS03/06/2017
G and A with Elspetharthurwhittaker01/06/2017
From Lochivroan with Dave LaidlawPeterb11/05/2017
With Craig. Housechild and Vicky returned after the Corbett.Grinner13/04/2017
From Groban, then cycled back from Lochivraon. Too hot and dry to continue over Rainicn.Topographer5717/08/2016
Parked up on main road and cycled down track to Loch Vroan, along the rough road (walking may have been quicker) to the bothy behind locked lodge. The track extends another half km before becoming wet. Cut up the burn to the Bealach Gorm and climbed Ben Beag and Groban from there, back more direct to the lodge and out.nordicstar01/08/2016
The cycling didn't really work for me. Too much gravel washed up from the loch. But after I abandoned the bike it was all ok and some great views into the Fisherfields.jenx01/08/2016
From lochivroan - followed path then made a bee-line for slope just past col. Care needed with burn crossingsButeobuteo31/08/2015
Bike along loch, terrible track. Drizzled all day, then rained harder. No views from top.iangalbraith24/06/2015
A Flaming June day (not!) Cloud at top restricted view and then followed us to Groban. 8 km cycle out (ouch)elizyanne13/06/2015
2 of 4: From Groban.ChrisR25/11/2014
With Dave Roeder. From road (9:30), bike along Loch a'Bhraoin to 113731 (10:25). Crossed river, up Groban (12:10), then Beinn Bheag (13:30), Creag Rainich (16:00) via watershed & back to bikes (17:30) & car (18:20). Low cloud & light rain, so no views; cleared on descent to glorious evening. Unfit; slow progress.dbb05/06/2014
round of 3 groban, beinn bheag, and creag rainich cycled from the road past the loch to the bothy.robertphillips20/10/2013
It's a long way with a bad back. Thankfully it is possible to cycle to the the non-MBA bothy (with a toilet, wow).Martin R16/10/2013
selfdavidsbatty02/07/2013
On solo run from Achnasheen to Braemore.amswanston07/06/2013
walked in to stay at Locha'Broin bothy for two nights, reading Nan Shepherds 'The Living Mountain'. Clockwise circuit round Cean Garbh Meallan Chuaich, Groban, Beinn Bheag and though tired then up Corbett Creag Rainich and top.vegibagger28/08/2012
Beinn Bheag (NH 084714) & Groban (NH 099709) S/F NH 162760 Carried dingy from road to loch then paddled to far end for 2 night camp. Overcast for majority of day with sun in late afternoon. Cloud base >3000' giving spectacular views of Munros. Bothy totally transformed, now has flush toilet!John Young01/08/2012
Solo Uisdean2530/12/2008
From main road with 800' start, on track to east end of Loch A'Bhraoin, another long mile past the bothy on WDP to cross the river at a cairn and up over rough dry ground to top at 12.20. Ptarmigan - lowest I've seen. East top higher but beautiful views from west top. to Grobanarranc14/06/2007
fine steep dry grassy hill; great view. Incheril clockwise via Hts of Kinlochewe; lift down with estate worker RHW21/04/2000
Round of Creag Rainich, Beinn Bheag and Groban from Lochivraon bothy.Eddie06/11/1999
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