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Name:Beinn Bhreac
Hill number:414
Height:912.44m / 2994ft
RHB Section:06A: Glen Tromie to Glen Tilt
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 86839 82068
Summit feature:embedded boulder 25m NE of cairn
Col:741m  NN881836  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 43
(1:25k) OL51E 394E
Observations:boulder is 25cm higher than base of cairn
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica 530
Surveys of Leathad an Taobhain and Beinn Bhreac (Final).doc
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 215 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Sick Kid03/01/2020
Solo, on a backpacking trip from Bruar to Lagganlia. Snow fell that night and the next. The compass was unreliable between Glas-leathad Feshie and the Minigaig.iansm06/11/2019
Two day backpack from Auchlean: Carn Dearg Mor - Meallach Mhor - camp near 800886 - Leathad an Taobhain - Beinn Bhreac - Carn Ealar - long walk out down Glen Feshiedavidpettit8419/07/2019
Am Bodach19/06/2019
Alan P, Chris TNHWC01/06/2019
GavinTheobald 301/06/2019
hill walker06/01/2019
Pleasant circuit from Tarf Hotel in dry weather. Easy walking most of the way. Distinctive pointy stone in summit cairn seems to have gone since first visit in 2010. (Meall Dubh-chlais, Leachdann Feith Seasgachain South Top, Leachdann Feith Seasgachain, Sron Gharbh, Carn an Fhidhleir South Top, Carn an Fhidhleir, Meall Tionail, Beinn Bhreac NE Top, Beinn Bhreac NW Top, Beinn Bhreac, Meall Tionail na Beinne Brice, Tom Liath, Braigh Sron Ghorm.)mae223/06/2018
On TGO Challenge. Delicious frisson of remotenessColin Crawford18/05/2018
Cycle from Calvine past Bruar Lodge then good path up from 829769 towards SW ridge. Back the same way with minor tump detour, total distance covered 40 kilometres.Topographer5714/05/2017
From Glen Feshie, parked on FC track just past end of public road. Bike to Ruigh-fionntaig easier than from Achlean and not much longer, then up the splendid path through Slochd Beag (needs more use though). Down Caochan an Duine (path seems to continue), then down the Feshie until I got fed up with dodging the oxbows. Rising traverse towards Coire Creagach and to col at 792m. First sight of Beinn Bhreac, to top, then back along the ridge to Leathad an Taobhain. The ridge is a mixture of very easy going interspersed with tedious peat hags. Down via Slochd Mor on the track.Gill03/05/2017
The Rodmiester01/05/2017
With M. Very remote Corbett made much easier by bike. Track easier than expected but very steep for first part. Complicated crossing of two watersheds. Last climb straightforward but bitterly cold and windy at top. M had allergic attach, fortunately recovered with tablet. Cycle back nice, apart from climb back up to road summit, very fast to finish in time for meal.douglas_easton30/04/2017
A nice round of six tops from Tarf hotel. Crossing Tarf in the morning was shin deep so managed to stay dry but after a day of thawing the recrossing just west of Tom Liath was above the knee so wet feet! - Meall Dubh-chlais:Leachan Feith Seasgachain (north and south); Sron Garbh; Meall Tionail; Tom Liath.dickscroop19/03/2017
Simon Winton02/10/2016
Overnight backpack from Calvine, starting late morning. Walked against icy breeze to distant summit of Beinn Bhreac, return via Beinn Losgarnaich, camped just before Creag Bhagailteach. Climbed Creag Bhagailteach on return to Calvine.RobertP16/04/2016
Snowshowing Ring of Tarf with Rob Wight on Day 1. Low cloud but dry and light winds.alexmaclennan31/03/2016
Dave McG23/03/2016
Erik B23/03/2016
From Calvine incline, bike to Bruar Lodge and snowshoes to summit. Long day. 1551/1556Martin R09/03/2016
Barry Smith14/07/2015
GavinTheobald 207/07/2015
CK SheilaS20/11/2014
16th Solo. From Blair Atholl, having ascended Beinn Dearg, continued down its NE face, ascend SW ridge of Beinn Bhreac. Continued N and dropped down off tops part way to River Feshie Bivi overnight, practice for NZ trip (poor choice of site for comfort, light rain overnight). During day dry, cool, initially sunny, clouds gathering afternoon, but above tops.RGibbs27/09/2014
Johnny Corbett02/05/2014
Sick Kid12/04/2014