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Name:Beinn Mhor
Hill number:1424
Height:741m / 2431ft
Section:19C: Loch Fyne to Bute and the Firth of Clyde
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham
Grid ref:NS 10787 90809
Summit feature:trig point
Col:45m  NN099013  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL37N 363N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 123 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Glenbranter to Benmore ridge with Gill Stevens. 12 hills picked off. From Meal Breac S Top, and on to Capull Cloiche.jonglew14/11/2017
Glenbranter to Benmore, over Cruach Bhuidhe, Beinn Bheag, Beinn Mhor and various Tumps. The starting firebreak was very steep, slippy and nasty, except when you can get through the forestry. Would be quicker/easier/more pleasant to gain height by zig-zagging up the forest road. The walk over the hills is fairly rough, and there is quite a lot of up and down, especially towards the end of the Beinn Mhor ridge. A route for connoisseurs. Look out for Christmas decorations on the trees by the track leading down to Benmore.Gill14/11/2017
Solo, with Beinn Bheag, from Glen Branter.amswanston09/06/2017
See Beinn Bheagdickscroop04/10/2015
From Glen Massan, good parking, warm, calm, partly sunny, good views.iangalbraith29/04/2014
2 graham round beinn bheag, beinn mhor, cycled from glenbranter to top of track at bernice glenrobertphillips01/12/2013
Solo ascent. Steep ascent thru clearcut, open part tussocky, part boggy moorland to reach the summit then terrible descent thru the forest.alexmaclennan09/04/2012
From Glen Masson using the tourist route in a wet squall.Martin R08/04/2012
long circuit from Glen Branter - out on Gowal cycle route before break up out of forest onto Tarsuinn ridge. Down to Glen Massan, before forest tarck up Beinn Mhor, Beinn Beag and finish over SM Cruach Bhuidhe before back through rides to startnordicstar27/08/2011
from public rd end, Stonefield, up track N through forest above waterfalls to join Sron Mhor ridge. Cold, strong wind up top. Just over 5 hrs easy walking, with Mark. Views all round but not long.,niallp14/03/2009
Climbed during a stay in Dunoon.marktrengove14/03/2009
Alone, home via Dunoon.Grinner18/10/2008
done with clach bheinnbuggerlugs20/04/2008
Solo Uisdean2526/05/2007
From GlenbanterBLACKHILL25/04/2007
End of public road in Glen Massan. 2 miles on access road to farm across stream on bridge into forest. Wolfie - long haired retriever - followed me to top of forest (he died in early 2007). On pleasant zig zags above side stream to right. No GPS signal. At top of path a guide post showed way ahead, but then stopped when they were most needed. In mist on compass following buggy track under the ridge of hill. Strong S wind. Over wet lank grass and rushy bits to top at 12.30. No view - mist.arranc01/10/2004
Date is first visit. Notes from later...decent summit, boggy SW ridge, in mist. KIMM99: from botanic gdns on A815 @ 143856 (2) from Glen Massan via Meall Dubh/Carn Ban RHW30/10/1999
Evening Graham round from, non Graham, Clach Bheinn, Beinn Mhor, Beinn Bheag and Creag Tharsuinn.Eddie24/06/1993
Ascended from Glen Massan. Summit in cloud.JohnW26/07/1992
Sick Kid27/01/2017
GavinTheobald 224/10/2016
Tony S09/07/2015
Tom Mundell18/04/2015
Trekking toes18/04/2015
Pete R13/03/2013
Johnny Corbett09/02/2013
Campbell Singer22/09/2012