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Name:Beinn Chabhair
Hill number:38
Height:932.1m / 3058ft
RHB Section:01C: Loch Lomond to Strathyre
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Forth, Leven (Dumbarton)
Watershed:Firth of Forth, Ardnamurchan Point to Lowestoft, Cardiff to Cape Wrath, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Firth of Clyde, Land's End to John o' Groats, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur)
Grid ref:NN 36763 17950
Summit feature:small cairn
Drop:313m
Col:619m  NN373183  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50 56
(1:25k) OL39N 364N
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 605 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
DavyDavy01/03/2019
Late start - approached from Beinglas (Ben Glas Burn in spate). Path initially very boggy to Lochan Beinn Chabhair. Headed of path NE to ridge, then onto summit. Rain all day, and snowing above 750m - snow lying above 825mwychwood29/11/2018
Beinn Chabair, Beinn a Chroin, An Caisteal, Beinn Tulaichein, Cruach ArdrainHuwel17/05/2018
Beinglas Farm, Beinn Chabhair, An Caisteal, Beinn a Chroin, Beinn Tulaichean, Cruach Adrain, Stob Binnein, Ben More, Benmore Farm. Day 59 of 59 for all Munros. 25km, +/-3600m, 14 hours. This walk compleats: all the Munros for the second time, Munros in big days (59), and all 55 walks in the Big Walks book.PGCE29/04/2018
With Neil and Skye in the snow. Drove home that night after getting to the van at 7.30pm!lauraann12/11/2017
With ChristineKeith9928/09/2017
With keithchristine9928/09/2017
Late evening with caddyroddycun05/08/2017
round of meall mor nan eag, ben glas, stob creag an fhithich, stob garbh bhealach, meall nan tarmachan west top, meall nan tarmachan, beinn chabhair, stob glas, from derrydaroch.robertphillips05/07/2017
solo from droversRodge28/04/2017
M2Dave Geere19/04/2017
From Glen Falloch via the new hydro trackquadbarrel02/04/2017
Book time of 2.50 is well short of being accurate on a hot day. It took me nearly 5 to get to the top carrying ice axe and crampons. 3 hours back. Wonderful hot day with fast melting snow top hill views.tallblond24/03/2017
17km route, from car park opposite Keilator Farm via track and then up onto An Caisteal ridge, dropped down to Coire a Chuilinn and then steep climb upto Beinn Chabhair, before dropping back into Coire a Chuilinn and joing the WHW back to the carpark. 3hr 30min route, walking and running were possible.gandrew05/11/2016
An Caisteal, Beinn a'Chroin and Beinn Chabhair from Derrydaroch, ascent via Twistin Hill, descent along Beinn Chabhair NW ridgekdbennett30/10/2016
A challenging climb to the top via Meall Tairneachan. Extremely boggy approach from Ben Glas Burn to Meall Tairneachan and midges spurring hillwalkers on. Path up to the top also very wet and forming rivulets. No rain though and cloud lifting almost entirely from the summit for a few seconds.honey badger14/08/2016
Up from Creag Bhreac Mhor. With Ian.Dangerous Dave25/06/2016
Out & back from Inverarnan. On own.MorecambeMonkey22/04/2016
with Kirsty, Lewis, Dave and Matt. Lovely day. Walked last bit with head torchesAlistairCarson12/12/2015
SelfHighland Days16/10/2015
9th Munrolojzi86062103/10/2015
With JC and OMartin6618/09/2015
Started from Inverarnan and waded through miles of peat bogs, avoided these on return by dropping straight to the new hydro track along the Allt a Chuillinn and then back to Inverarnan via West Highland Way.jonbowyer30/07/2015
My final munro!Gill19/06/2015
Up Coire Earb to Beinn a' Chroin, An Caisteal and Beinn Chabhair, then down by Allt a' Chuilinn and back along WHW and A82Gallovidian19/04/2015
cracking day, the haze never really lifted though. Cold and gusty winds up top, good day and my first munro of the year!FCMark10/04/2015
JEBUisdean2514/03/2015
Weather clag at summit.MountainMac14/02/2015
Ran up from Inverarnan hotel, along burn past Lochan Beinn Chabhair and onto SW ridge then up to summit. Returned along NW ridge then dropped down to lochan agin and back out.stever31/12/2014
with Nick 15k 5h 50minsDunlawyering11/10/2014
steep climb from beinglas farm on westhighland way up water fall. easy path to follow but very boggy. lots of undulations on top so follow pathAristotle Chip29/09/2014
From Beinglas Farm, straightforward up and down.rhalstead12/09/2014
8 of 8: From An Caisteal. With Tim.ChrisR03/09/2014
From overnight camp on Garbh Bhealach. Well worn path on the ridge. Top never seems to arrive countless crags and knolls. With Andy. Parked at Beinn Glas camp site, nice place walkers welcome.mick26/08/2014
Munro No4. Up and down walk with John P from Beinglas Farm. Had hoped to do An Caisteal and Beinn a'Chroin, but too far and too late a finish, plus impending showers persuaded us to leave them until tomorrow.SteveSmith09/09/2013
With Jim, not a good day tried ascent from Falloch Falls but fell foul of too many rocky outcropsgeoffreybbb27/07/2013
The big one. Crianlarich 9am - Coire Ardrain (bog, and deer fence!) - steep to S C Bhuidhe - Stob Garbh - Cruach Ardrain 12.20 - Beinn Tulaichean - col and rough traverse to Stob Glas - ugly descent to 500m - enormous pull onto Beinn a'Chroin 3.30 - W Top - An Caisteal (wonderful hill) - climb to Beinn Chabhair almost finished me 6.30 - W ridge, down to lochan then pelt along burn and down to Inverarnan 8.20 to catch last bus! V hot and sunny all day. 8 litres, lots of streams, much cake, 5 Munros, last day.Mark Jackson19/07/2013
Solo hike, walked a bit far along Lochan Beinn Chabhair, I came up onto the ridge to the east of the summit, route finding was easy enough but the cloud was low so using compass & gps. After returning the route I should have ascended by I am pleased I tood a different route, the ascent was easier than the descent. Quite wet at times and very boggy.LizzieG30/06/2013
Solo from Glen Falloch. The deer fence collapsed under me on the way up past the campsite. Yes its broken and its my fault.Shutterlag01/06/2013
After camping at NN352187 with Maddyrobertgn22/08/2012
Set off at about noon from Glen Galloch. Made the top in cloud.darradog18/08/2012
With Roger, Tim & Zoey the dog. After work from the Drovers Inn, 5.5hoursLoz_mck03/08/2012
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=21499basscadet19/05/2012
with Dave, Helen, Dinny & Janeemma702709/04/2012
Beautiful sunny day, great walk from campsiteAMcAdam26/07/2011
I remember the date exactly cos it was the Royal Wedding! Cracking weather and a great wee hill. Standard route up via Benglas Farmbobblehat_kenny29/04/2011
I remember the date exactly cos it was the Royal Wedding! Cracking weather and a great wee hill. Standard route up via Benglas Farmmilngavie_kenny29/04/2011
First outing of 2011 after a dry spell and we rather slow to get going.Roblex27/03/2011
round of an caisteal, beinn a choin, and beinn chabhair from the north.robertphillips27/03/2011
Climbed with Andrew Brooks from Inverarnan (A82). Good day with minimal wind and mostly clear. A couple of snow flakes!amcculloch07/11/2010