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Name:Beinn na Lap
Hill number:364
Height:935m / 3068ft
RHB Section:04B: Loch Treig to Loch Ericht
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Lochy
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NN 37619 69576
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:406m
Col:529m  NN361699  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
(1:25k) OL50 385W 393
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 513 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Train to Corrour from Roy Bridge on snowless winter meet. Lovely clearday & return by train. JB and Don.Bookerdddd26/02/2019
With Alan Gillies, Michelle Haining & Kathleen McGovernHighland Days04/08/2018
Sunny and warm day, little wind. Couldn't come down via back route because of deep snow ledge.anderson2412/05/2018
Cold and snowingwullclark23/03/2018
With Skye and Neil. Caught the trainlauraann13/11/2017
With Christine & PaulKeith9908/08/2017
With Keith & Paulchristine9908/08/2017
KeithByTheC24/06/2017
Parked car below hill near youth hostel. Then straight up path to summit catching views at top. Someone must have compleated day before so we cleared up the litter. Returned by same route.SS05/06/2017
With Steve, Steven, Robert, RodOik05/06/2017
Solo cycle from Glen Spean, walking from Loch Ossian in full sunshine, but cold, windy conditions; close up views of ptarmigan and red deer.barnz4807/05/2017
From Corrour station by direct tracks and pathskdbennett28/04/2017
From Corrour Halt during Storm Doris in high winds and very snowy conditions.liljonb23/02/2017
Climbed during storm bad storm snow and ice conditionsFergalh23/02/2017
A very simple ascent in thick low cloud. Little snow patches, but ground frozen solid. Solo.Shutterlag06/12/2016
Langie Ossian Meet.Grinner-Munros223/10/2016
With LionelChris Blake22/10/2016
It was a change to have 6 hours to get up and down this hill thanks to the train timetable. However it was most welcome as after a week of glorious weather and lots of walking we were on our last legs. Lots of time for snoozing in the sunshine.mindlessflogger03/06/2016
AwesomeTopsaswell19/03/2016
Train in to Corrour from Crainlarich on a cold but lovely day. Quite icy up top but fantastic viewsakmilne26/02/2016
from the train station, easy enough to summit and welcomed in at the youth hostel while waiting on train. Just as well as it was freezing.FCMark26/02/2016
Climbed with Shaun starting as the sun was beginning to fade and summiting in pitch black with a bit of cloud.Mc101p17/09/2015
Bod & Val's Munro compleation. Too many folk to list.MorecambeMonkey15/08/2015
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=55459basscadet15/08/2015
After taking train to Corrour, afternoon walk with Lynn and the kids. Misty on top.nix_snilloc14/08/2015
A morning ascent between trains, up and down with 20 minutes to spare.rhalstead24/06/2015
A plain hill, with fantastic views of snowy peaks.Pete R17/04/2015
Train to Corrour. Walked back to Tulloch over Beinn na Lap and Chno Dearg. Low cloud, drizzly rain, strong westerly winds. Snow above 650m. NE descent off Chno Dearg iced up - crampons neededwychwood30/12/2014
Lovely weather. Staying at Tulloch Bunkhouse. Got train to Corrour in the morning and walked back. Managed to cock up a bit and visit Meall Garbh twice.banksey21/11/2014
Up early, I am booked on the 1230 train to Glasgow. Cloud on the tops, fingers crossed it clears. Left Loch Ossian SYHA at 0810, followed the distinct path, wet in places but easy to follow. Cloud free until 700m ish then it was follow the arrow to the summit cairn arrived at 0945. Strange the things you see on the summits of mountains - a carved Halloween pumpkin sitting perched on the top of the summit cairn/shelter. Obligatory selfie taken then it was a trot back down. Back at youth hostel at 1040, heaps of time to catch the train. Typical the cloud cleared when I was waiting on the platform for my train.LizzieG15/10/2014
with dave and evemn2302/10/2014
Trained in from Crianlarich with Maggie and Eve (1st munro ever). Lovely views from train and hill. Very windy especially higher up.dave neilson02/10/2014
A ride to Corrur station and a simple climb and walk around the lakeAristotle Chip20/08/2013
Staying at Loch Ossian SYHA. Strolled up after arriving on the train from London.garyhoney05/07/2013
Start: Rannoch Station. Notes: Train to Corrour. Direct ascent. Descended towards YHA in order to ascend Carn Deargraffemeister08/06/2013
With GHC and staying at the SYH. Clear and calm.Play2End29/03/2013
ghaley07/10/2012
DMC Loch Ossian Hostel weekend.. Beinn na Lap, Sgor Gaibhre and Carn Deargjonbowyer21/07/2012
DMC Loch Ossian Hostel weekend.. Beinn na Lap, Sgor Gaibhre and Carn Dearghazel21/07/2012
Climbed from Hostel (near Corrour station) on DMC trip with Jon, Hazel, Juan, Bill. Nice clear day with low wind.amcculloch21/07/2012
Cycled in from the North, as trains not running this week, it was more of a bike ride than a walk but good fun! Tired tho - too many Munros this weeknickywood106/07/2012
Cycled from Loch Laggan. One of my favourites. Also did Gulvain in same day. Tired. Company: Solo. Liked the cairn on top very artistic. Probably blown down now.iandesbottes03/06/2012
Got the sleeper train from crianlarich at 7.45 in the morining. Alighted at Corrour. London people amazed. Beautiful weather but cold east wind. Great visibility from summits. Overnight stay in bothy at loch chiarrain. No midges (too cold).gercal5302/06/2012
6 of 6: From Meall Garbh old GR.ChrisR29/04/2012
Solo, 1st of 2.5! Caught train (just) from Crianlarich, got my sausage roll, tea and a return ticket (£15.60). Boggy lower down on and off the hill.bowzi23/04/2012
with Maddy & PhoebeTeasyChris13/04/2012
beinn na lap and leum uilleim from corrour station.robertphillips20/12/2011
On own as part of pre-CUHWC Corrour trip. Onto Chno Dearg, then Stob Coire Sgridain and back over Beinn na Lap. Weather good.AGWilliamson04/09/2011
Climbed with Jonathan, Beth and Andy P. Took train in from Roy Bridge to Corrour Station. Climb more difficult than though as was off path. Cloundy and windy top clear - good views of Ben Nevis which was clear. 3 hoursabagworth01/09/2011
pleasant afternoon from Youth HostelDavid Greaves10/06/2011