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Name:Mor Bheinn
Hill number:23
Height:640.3m / 2101ft
RHB Section:01B: Strathyre to Strathallan
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 71627 21164
Summit feature:rock by trig point
Col:313m  NN706205  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 51 52 57
(1:25k) OL47W 368W
Observations:cairn 160m NE at NN 71721 21292 is 3.2m lower
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 179 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Glen Artney Church CP. Hard going through long grass, heather and bracken - should have done it earlier in the year!nicolajane07/07/2019
Parked a little east of Tynreoch to north of hill, followed forestry track to stream issuing from WNW aspect of summit - followed north side of stream initially then south side. Minimal deep heather.willyross02/07/2019
From Comrie, approached from the south, back to the northquadbarrel07/10/2018
Ben Halton - Mor Bheinn - Beinn Dearg - Creag na h-Eararuidh [Stuc na Cabaig] (pitched tent overnight by summit) - Sron nam Broighleag - Sron na Maoile from Glen Artney. Warm, with some rain and thunder.RobertP09/06/2018
Set off from Church CP in Glen Artney on a Sim,G,Sim,G,Sim ACW circuit. Some fine situations. Excellent summit views.ger15/05/2018
From Glen Artney church, descended via Allt Glas glen.Grinner18/02/2018
Quite tough going in snow-bound heather. But spectacular views in all directions once the sun broke through.summitter01/01/2018
CK SheilaS05/01/2017
From Dalchruin in Glen Artney. Ben Halton and Mor Bheinn. A bit of a plod through the long grass at the start but good going on the track and pathless over the fairly rough ground of the two tops. No obvious line from the end of the track just pick what looks best, wade through more long grass and occasional bracken. On return the middle fence is a good guide to the line to contour Ben Halton.dickscroop01/08/2016
5 of 6: From Beinn Dearg.ChrisR23/07/2016
From the north, along forestry road to its end, up and across hillside to almost at the Ben Halton col, then south ridge. Takes out all the steepness and rough ground.hillsman18/06/2016
Solo from Tynreoch on loggers track to NN 70563 21718 after which a bit of a slog up side of the burn to 604m spot. North Top first then across to the trig. HP could be at trig or 150m or so to NE. Plumped for the trig. On to Ben Halton. Final day's bagging of the 2016 Trig Baggers Weekend.jonglew17/04/2016
A good walk over both Grahams and all tops on the way.jenx16/04/2016
Curcuit of the two Grahams and tops from Dalchruin w Jenx. 5hrs in a ckear bright day with biting north wind. New deer fences but apart from one climb all have stiles.nordicstar16/04/2016
From church cp. after Ben Halton. Lot of newly planted trees & new deer fences all over the place.ngthack07/04/2016
Solo. Circular walk starting at NN739230 where it is possible to park at the start of a footpath along the trackbed of the former railway line, which is signposted to St Fillans and Kindrochet. Followed the signposted route to beyond Kindrocket where I turned SW on a track used by others to approach Mòr Bheinn. From this track ascended to summit of Mòr Bheinn North Top. From here went SW over a minor top at NN718214 to the cairn on Mòr Bheinn at NN717212 and then the trig point on Mòr Bheinn. The highest point is a rock adjacent to the trig point. Continued to Ben Halton. Beautiful day, weatherwise.pwbellarby20/03/2016
From the north tynreoch track then up side of small burn to the trigrobertphillips06/08/2015
With Ben Halton from Tynreochjimbloomer21/03/2015
2nd of 2 Grahams from Glen ArtneyGallovidian31/08/2014
Solo trip, route from the N and W now available. Park on the A85 at NN717233 and follow the old railway line across the river to the start of a farm/forest track which takes you through felled forest under the west side of the hill. A route just to the south of the burn flowing WNW from near the summit avoids any difficult ground. There is a deer fence along the top of the forest which has to be climbed as there is no stile.Invicta1411/04/2014
2 graham round beinn dearg, mor bheinn with pat from carpark near church glen artney.robertphillips11/12/2013
Did after Beinn Deargduchally23/06/2013
Sunny, warm, sharp wind, hard going, good views.iangalbraith06/04/2013
Traverse of Sgiath a'Chaise, Stuc a'Chroin, Ben Vorlich, Meall na Fearna, Beinn Dearg and Mor Bheinn. With PK. 600th Marilyn!amswanston02/06/2012
From Glen ArtneyBLACKHILL04/04/2012
Persistent rain and frequent showers. Started from NN745217.Did I mention it rained?Martin R17/10/2011
Trig revisit. Trig is [was] on lower of 2 summits: Marilyn is 100m to NE. From N, Tynreoch, parking by gate just to W. Forest tk, crossed clear fall from NN706216 but probably better to continue to track highpointRHW31/01/2010
Ascended after descending the north east ridge of Beinn Dearg.JohnW07/04/2008
With Dave, MikeOik25/07/2005
AAMc Uisdean2515/05/2004
On 3 OS maps! Park on back road near strawberry farm. To Tomanour through deer fences and up to rough bracken shoulder of Ben Halton. Deer paths and grassy runs led to side of the hill over 2' heather to ridge and trig 6471 at 12.45. Hen harrier quartering the ground muttering to itself.arranc23/04/2003
Date is first visit. Notes from later...fine, heathery, fair view; trig on adjacent summit. from N, Tynreoch, parking by gate just to W. Forest tk, crossed clear fall from NN706216 RHW13/04/1998
Round of Meall na Fearna, Beinn Dearg, Mor Bheinn and Ben Halton from Glenartney Lodge where semi miserable stalker insisted on route I ignored after 15 mins.Eddie22/08/1995
DoneJohn Youngblank
dave g03/07/2019
GavinTheobald 228/03/2019
Sick Kid18/11/2016
Dave McG18/10/2016