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Name:Beinn Bhan
Hill number:783
Height:796m / 2612ft
RHB Section:10D: Mallaig to Fort William
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Lochy
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,C,Y)
Grid ref:NN 14063 85704
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:495m
Col:301m  NN019859  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 34 41
(1:25k) 399
Observations:large cairn stands by trig point
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 250 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Fantastic dey with great visibility to the Nevis arearurquhart29/04/2018
Debs and Talisker, anti-clockwise from Inverskilavulin BridgeMountain Goat25/03/2018
Walk with Richard on way to DMC New year trip in Kintail. Clear and dry day with some snow underfoot. Better than MWIS forecast. Coffee at Costa Fort Will after!amcculloch29/12/2017
75th With Allan From Inverskilavulin off B8004. Ascend SW flank directly to summit (trig point) staying on E side of stream. Continue round summit in anticlockwise direction to descend SW flank on W side of stream. Clear, dry day, cool with underlying snow.RGibbs29/12/2017
A really enjoyable walk, with almost no bogs and relatively little heather and tussocks. Easy paths get you some of the way up and down the hill, and the going above is easy. The long summit ridge/plateau is wonderful, with easy strolling and huge views.Gill28/10/2016
Sudden tempestuous snow flurry at the trig point. Then the cloud lifted revealing glorious views to the Ben Nevis range. Then a very cold and lost collie dog with minor cuts on its paws appeared, and we led it down the hill. About two thirds of the way down it trotted off. When we got back to the car a note had been left by the local farmer thanking us for rescuing it. He had seen us leading it down the hill with his binoculars.Owen B17/02/2016
Circuit from from Inverskilavulin Bridge. Route and write-up at: http://gayleybird.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/beinn-bhan-and-stob-ghrainain.htmlGayle09/05/2015
A day spent in the mists after driving up with Adam. Snow cover higher up but mainly soft.kenmorti03/04/2015
A clockwise circuit from Inverskilavulin Bridge. With Gavin & Nathan.MorecambeMonkey16/03/2015
A fine clockwise circuit from south. Ridge scoured of recent snow, cornices on ridge and axe needed for descent. An excellent morning.dickscroop03/01/2015
With Nic. Great views of Nevis Range.zoob15/04/2014
quick up and down from Inverskilavlin in Glen LoyNozzer30/03/2014
From Glen Loybowlesy28/04/2013
With SueFrank17/02/2013
beinn bhan and meal a phubuill from glen loy.robertphillips03/11/2012
With Will, Jon, Chris & Craig. Camped at Red Squirrel.Grinner21/10/2012
Solo.Dangerous Dave05/09/2012
with Maddy & PhoebeTeasyChris11/04/2012
Clockwise hill walk. Weather forecast said sun, ha bloody ha. Some nice waterfalls, though.Martin R14/03/2012
Clockwise horseshoe from Inverskilavulin. Fence posts aided route-finding in the mist.davidpettit8402/01/2012
CK SheilaS14/09/2011
ala, clair, iain, richard, ianMunroist393501/03/2011
With Mora from Glen LoyBLACKHILL16/04/2010
4 hrs 20 mins Beinn Bhan - Corbett - 2611 ft With Richard Holland, Jon Massey, Alan Hardie, Ian and Claire Hutchinson. Steep slog to top of ridge on wet snow. In cloud for the rest of the ridge to the summit. Easy descent back to car.Clachaig03/04/2010
Nice hill. Good views have over the Caledonian Canalgman10/03/2010
selfdavidsbatty28/11/2009
2nd ascent, with Jenx. Parked Inverskilavulin NN125832, passed lodging on track and up true left hand side of burn to @400m when cross over and up SE spur and gain plateau - circle to trig.nordicstar03/01/2009
1 of 5: From Inverskilavuin.ChrisR06/05/2008
Cloudy.douglas_easton24/05/2006
Beinn Bhan (NN 410857) S/F NN126835 Cold, clear but moderate wind, broken cloud giving some sun, base >3000'.John Young01/02/2006
AloneSpudGunn11/07/2005
MC JC. From Inverskilavulin up E ridge in deteriorating conditions. Golden eagle spotted. Cold in the wind above 500 m which was a marked change to the day before at Arkaig. Cornice remaining on the northern corrie edge.Martin6630/03/2002
Galltywenallt29/06/2001
From Inverskilavulin, as described in Corbett book. Circuit at head of valley.Aye Jimmy29/12/2000
JEB, FJB, ERB Uisdean2513/06/1998
Walking off New Year.. staying at Roy Bridge. With Foggy, Punit etc...Jim T01/01/1998
Very windy & some sleet on the summit!!!Mc Tango01/10/1997
From near Inverskilavulin in Glen Loy. I walked NW along road for a bit and then up hillside somewhat to east of forest. I passed over tops of Beinn Bhàn (two, both 771m), then trig point (796m). I descended south to begin with, then SW and along burn to Inverskilavulin. Weather good, but some mist.pwbellarby31/08/1997
from W top. On compass over 2 small rises to dip and old posts to top at 11.25. No view.arranc02/07/1997
Corbett bag from Glen Loy.Eddie07/06/1995
Self and TaffyInvicta1407/07/1993
Solo run in rain to lay a demon to rest after blundering around in avalanche prone conditions a year ago. Of course it all looked nice and friendly in the boggy wet - although the upper part of Coire Chnamh is where we must have strayed onto steep avalanche prone slopes and luckily got away with it -hopefully learnt a lesson. Today found the trig. 1hr 40 m up and down in fell shoes. Then drove home to Sheffield.Chris Pearson01/01/1992
Deep snow with a category 5 avalanche risk in place combined with 2 metre visibility in cloud, pretty much a white / grey out, with blowing spindrift thrown in . Thought I could bag this Corbett on this risky last day of the year by easily following the forest edge up and avoiding any steep ground - which worked until the summit plateau but failed to find the trig. With Linda & Shealagh.Gave up and then the bearing down (from an unknown point on the top) led to deep snow on a side slope;hard to work out where exactly we were or how steep the slope was in the poor visibility or how avalanche prone we were -rolled snowballs down which accelerated- got v worried about the avalanche risk. After a few anxious moments all worked out and safely reached road. Not v impressed with my navigation. Two nights later the main Glencoe road was avalanched -crash barrier and all after heavy rain lubricated the snow pack. Went back 1 year later to see where we had been. see separate enryChris Pearson31/12/1990
Picking off Corbetts on the way down (Beinn Bhan and Beinn a'Chrulaiste) RHW25/10/1990
Cycled from Fort William to ascend from Glen Loy, having arrived on overnight train.JohnW18/02/1989
decibel27/02/2019
IainK23/02/2019
Erik B02/02/2019
weaselmaster26/01/2019
Sick Kid26/01/2019