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Name:Beinn na Sroine
Hill number:274
Height:636m / 2087ft
RHB Section:03C: Glen Etive to Glen Lochy
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 23398 28934
Summit feature:trig point
Col:415m  NN250304  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
(1:25k) OL39N 364N 377E
Observations:rock 7m NE and knoll by remains of mast 35m SSW at NN 23390 28901 are as high
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 181 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Up in around an hour from A85 parking space. Some views but higher tops cloudy.willyross28/03/2019
With big gang from KMRT & associated hangers on. Rubbish weather.ngthack08/03/2019
Quick run up from the road on a dreich day.Grinner17/02/2019
A nice walk via the usual route from the parking space on the A85. Nice and steep, so very dry and easy going. Unbelievably good views of snowy Munros from the top; Ben Lui and Ben Cruachan looking especially fine.Gill29/03/2018
Steamy day, bagged while heading west. Nice summit views.oatcake03/07/2017
1 of 6: From B8074 Catnish CP.ChrisR03/10/2016
Alone. Couldn't resist grabbing this late in afternoon, after superb walk around Meall Odhar across Glen Lochy. Up and down from parking by forest. Great views all round esp. to Cruachan, Lui and Glen OrchySpudGunn10/03/2016
From NN237308. Parking and firebreak.jimbloomer04/03/2016
Straight up from parking space at 246287, seems to be a path developing, quickly lost in the snow. fabulous views. great winter hill this as lower slopes are tussocks and bracken.hils12/02/2016
Up a good forest track from Glen Orchy beginning roughly at NN204286 which goes all the way up through the trees.From there up the south west ridge with good views down Loch Awe.ARM03/12/2015
Climbed from the rough parking area on the north side of the A85, as described by others. Be careful when leaving parking area, visibility to traffic from the west is limited. Climbed with MT.Sprog03/06/2015
Parked in lay-by at forest edge on A85 at NN 24619 28746. Followed burn a short way, then steeply up south-east flank of the hill to small cairn on NE top, then easily west to trig point. Most of the paraphernalia on the summit has been removed. Good views. Returned by outward route. With AT.Man of Kernow103/06/2015
Parked in rough parking area at edge of forestry on North side of A85. Steep grassy pull NW to summit & trig. Return as outward. On own.MorecambeMonkey24/03/2015
G and Aarthurwhittaker01/11/2014
Afternoon walk after Bheinn Bhalgairen from car park, there is a faint path about 100metres west but basically pick your own route. Little left of the mast on summit.dickscroop26/03/2014
With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave17/01/2014
From A85, parking at forest edge GR246286. Faint path to left of burn to 350m. Then steep but easy grass slopes to summit. Good views all round. Up in 40 mins, down in 20 so easy morning bag.nordicstar04/01/2014
And 17/08/2018chrispine24/05/2013
Beinn na Sroine (NN 233 289) S/F NN 245 286 Short, steep climb to summit, just over 3.5 km round trip. Good winter day, very cold with chilling wind but sunny and dry. Mostly clear sky but broken cloud on higher summits e.g. Ben Lui.John Young01/02/2013
Dalmally to Tyndrum. Ascent via track at NN208288.Smudge24/03/2012
round of beinn chuirn, meal odhar in the morning and beinn na sroine in the afternoon.robertphillips19/02/2012
After Beinn Bhreac-liath and Beinn Udlaidh. Unmapped break beginning at NN261311 offers easy passage through forestry between Beinn Udlaidh and Beinn na Sroine (all deer not boot prints). Steep descent to A85 for long road return to Tyndrum.campagvelocet13/07/2011
The summit is close to an A85 car park. The walk is steep, but there are plenty of breaks in the local forestry. A course slightly west of the direct line is slightly less steep and is mainly on short grass. A fit climber could be back in 2 hours.Topographer5701/05/2011
ran with charlie on the way to jos housetom smith14/08/2010
May have crossed this summit in August 1976 in pre forestry days after descending from Ben Lui, crossing the ridge, which was then not forested and then heading down Glen Orchy. This, however, was an ascent from Glen Orchy after the closure of the A82 due to an accident led to a change of plan.JohnW16/06/2010
Parked at edge of forest. Intermittent rain, mild, some wind, patchy views. 2014 repeat - high cloud, part sun, cold wind, good views this time.iangalbraith28/03/2010
Parked by suspension bridge, straight up on to ridgeGallovidian18/02/2009
Trig revisit. Steep grass & heather ascent, dullish summit, mapped mast gone, leaving only concrete base and a few metal bars. Lui clear but other peaks generally in cloud. Quick single at first light, before Mull ferry.RHW21/03/2008
CK SheilaS31/12/2007
Solo Uisdean2529/09/2007
From minor road to W. Remains of old mast debris and trig on top.Aye Jimmy27/02/2006
Unremitting slog steeply up for 1000' into mist. Broad flat area and reached small cairn on knob. As I was expecting a mast and trig column, thought at first that I was on the wrong hill! Over flattish section to see something looming to my left. This was where the mast was now dismantled in 3 sections and Vanessa 9908. 10.45.arranc28/07/2001
With a friend. From the Tyndrum to Oban road. Ascended to the summit of Beinn na Sròine. We went from the nearest point on the road in a gap between forests. The ascent and descent were slightly different.pwbellarby26/11/2000
From Glen OrchyBLACKHILL07/01/1999
steep ascent on grass & heather, rather dull summit, fine view of Lui. from A85 @ 246287 RHW25/12/1998
Evening run from Glen Lochy.Eddie21/09/1994
Paul and Terri10/06/2018
Pete R24/02/2018