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Name:Beinn Dearg
Hill number:406
Height:1008.7m / 3309ft
RHB Section:06A: Glen Tromie to Glen Tilt
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Tay
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NN 85297 77791
Summit feature:pointed boulder 17m N of trig point
Drop:473m
Col:536m  NN916873  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 43
(1:25k) OL51E 394E
Observations:trig point in windshelter is at NN 85292 77776
Survey:Leica Disto D510/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 478 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Bike to near bothy. Very wet.gettingonabit05/08/2019
Alan P, Chris T, Jane, Gavin, WillieNHWC01/06/2019
Solo - Hot clear day. On summit at 19:00. Stayed at bothyTopsaswell14/05/2019
Very snowy on top for the time of year. Stayed in bothy the night before. Beware the mouse !!Chris Terrey 06/05/2019
55th Munrolojzi86062101/09/2018
Really nice walk starting from Old Bridge of Tilt.mikejacobs05/08/2018
Cycled in rained off and onwullclark15/07/2018
Really bad weather at the top, absolutely no view.kittyhen16/06/2018
SoloUisdean2527/05/2018
From Bridge of Tilt, by Glen Banvie and Glen Bruar track. To pt 931, Beinn Dearg, pt 973, Beinn Gharbh, Elrig'ic an Toisich, a long stretch of contouring, taking advantage of dry conditions, to Beinn a'Chait and back by the track above the rifle range. Magnificent views and close encounters with a slow worm and a young roe deer.Nick Down127/05/2018
With Christine. Biked in/out.Keith9928/07/2017
With keithchristine9928/07/2017
Pleasant bike ride from Glen Tilt car park to bothy then followed obvious paths to the misty summit.mindlessflogger02/05/2017
Stone built trig within 1.5m stone windshelter, but HP probably outcropping rock a few m N of trig. Snow showers and sun alternated. Approached from south on Glen Banvie track from Old Bridge of Tilt car park. Descended over ridge to east of track, starting with Beinn a' Chait.Denise 17/04/2017
From Old Bridge of Tilt via bothy at Allt Scheicheachan, return by Allt Slanaidh trackkdbennett26/03/2017
From Blair Athollquadbarrel05/02/2017
Long walk on a good day. Just under 20 miles from the old Bridge of tilt car park. Good path almost the entire way. Slight boggy patch before the summit. The path is very exposed after leaving the forest and in poor weather would be a real challenge.Stevend113/08/2016
Walked to after Beinn Mheadonach via Elrig 'ic an Toisich. A tough walk over peat hags and bogs to start but the ascent to the left of the rocks, was not too bad before an easy stroll up to the summit over boulder fields. A very long out back to Bridge of Tilt.Chris Mac27/07/2016
From Old Bridge of Tilt up via bothy down via shooting range.rhalstead14/06/2016
Snowshowing Ring of Tarf with Rob Wight on Day 1. Low cloud but dry and light winds.alexmaclennan31/03/2016
Bike push as far as Allt Slanaidh locked hut-30 mins back to Blair!peebs19/03/2016
Took the track from Old Bridge of Tilt to bothy at GR NN 834736 (will get a mountain bike next time)and then up Allt Scheicheachan and followed path on OS map to summit. Down via Allt Molach to Bruar Lodge and then along track to Ruichlachrie and through Len Banvie wood to come out on road at falls of Bruar.tsharp31/05/2015
GMC ullpool trip 2015 jps66629/05/2015
Upright rock turned out to be higher than trig pointalda21/04/2015
With Trish and Alan Greermunromurph19/04/2015
Beinn Dearg walk from Tilt car park.justin99905/09/2014
From Blair Atholl camp site by bike to bothy. Done on way up to Spring meet.Bookerdddd26/05/2014
Cycled in (mostly) on the rough track to the Snaicheachan bothy, then followed the good track and path to the top. Warm weather although cold on the top, but good vis in all directions. The downhill cycle ride took 40 minutes - less than half the uphill time...Roblex21/05/2014
Round of Beinn Dearg, Carn Ealer, An Sgarsoch, Tarf Hotel and Carn a Chlamain from Atholl rifle range. Day 42 of 59 for all Munros. 39km, +/-2300m, 11 hours.PGCE19/05/2014
A long walk with over night packs,was planning to stay in the Bothy but went to plan B,So we walked out & camped in Glen Tilt, 19.2 miles..Snow,wind & darkness..walked with Aly & MuttsMc Tango01/01/2013
biked from Calvine to Bruar Lodge with Andy, Doug and George. Simple walk up from behind lodge, up stalking path and then across to the Munro. 3 hours for the Munro, 3½hrs on bikes in total, dry and sunny.grahamzwilson16/09/2012
Took bikes from Bridge of Tilt car park up past the rifle range and along the relatively new double track on S side of Beinn a' Chait. Walked footpath to summit then picked up bikes for ride out, past bothy and Meall Dubh.jonbowyer09/08/2012
Climbed with Sandra. Excellent (but long!) day with clear vis and sun aside from a tiny bit of light snow / wind nearer top. Came back to Bridge of Alan after and had Italian, drinks in pub!amcculloch14/04/2012
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=18409basscadet06/02/2012
Solo on an overcast day. 08:30 start after being pestered for food by the pheasant :D 2hrs in took me to the bothy and the start of the ascent. Reached summit in 3hr40 inc. break at bothy. Back off via alternate walk out before rain. 30km, 1180m, 7hrs.bowzi25/09/2011
Day 2 of 3-day backpack. With Ruth. Our final peak of the day, then returned to Tarf Bothy for the night, before Beinn a' Ghlo. Had been across An Sgarsoch, Carn Ealar and Beinn Bhreac today too.AGWilliamson21/07/2011
Mountain biked it to bothy, but kept cycling up to start of zig zag path. Long way to walk in as a few others had. Amazed it took only 5hr 05 mins from Old bridge of Tilt to Munro and back and I spend a good few minutes in the bothy. Good weather.Jhimmy29/04/2011
On walk out to Old Bridge of Tilt from Tarf Hotel bothydavidpettit8428/04/2011
cycled from calvine to the lodge.robertphillips21/04/2011
Long cycle in and out. Snow from about 550m upwards. Cloudy at top.akmilne18/12/2010
Bike, snow then a misty top. Done with AndyFCMark14/11/2010
With the group whilst helping on Scottish hundred. Long walk in to Bothy then easy enough ascent. Some had their bikes! We didn't and it was a long haulnickywood123/05/2010
2 of 3: From Beinn Bhreac.ChrisR26/05/2009
With Lynsey on a 3 day backpack around the Tarf and Tilt hills.alistairpooler26/04/2009
With Jay, after a night at the Sheichachan bothy, by bike. Good company, belting hangovers.Colinmac200529/03/2009
Jake's first munro and what a long walk in from Blair Castle. Also first time I took a GPS but did not bother to use it. Company: Jake the Black Lab.iandesbottes06/10/2008
Cycled in from Calvine with Mike C; cold & sunny with early snow & ice lying above 800m. (Previously attempted solo from Blair Atholl Dec 2006 - whiteout on summit plateau)barnz4803/10/2008
Jack Alistairdonmeister14/09/2008
Solo.Dangerous Dave09/06/2008
3rd specs blown awayThearlaichdubh23/03/2008