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Name:Beinn Bhalgairean
Hill number:89
Height:636.8m / 2089ft
Section:01D: Inveraray to Crianlarich
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Awe, Doubles, Fyne
Watershed:Mull of Kintyre to Rattray Head
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,G)
Grid ref:NN 20266 24100
Summit feature:quartz stone 7m S of cairn
Drop:210m
Col:427m  NN214239  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
(1:25k) OL39N 364N
Survey:obvious summit/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 104 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
from Succoth, mostly on Forest tracks. Easy ascent, up and down in 3 hours.IanHHill19/05/2017
Did the two grahams from the bridge on the track to Succoth. Easy finding the way onto both of them due to cleared forest and useful new tracks. Only 4 hours for both, without cycling, though got a bit of a lift down on a timber wagon.jenx09/09/2016
After Gabhar dropped back the way came but aimed 200m up the Alt Coire Lair to the old track, now part resurfaced and well visible from above. this then followed to join a new very good forest track used to extract trees, which runs up the West side of Bhalgairean. Becomes an excellent smooth hill path, and leads out onto the fell at GR 21086 24054. Easy thereafter but for a rickety deer fence. Weather breaking down but we had good views all around. Back same way and followed the new track to where it meets the tracks shown on the current OS 1:50k at GR 21756 24882 which then followed back down to the parked van.nordicstar09/09/2016
With D Roeder. Parked on road by Corryghoil (8:15) and walked up track to junction at 220245. Track NW for abt 100m, then up to higher track (not on map) to about 216243 and briefly through felling to open country. Then via gate at 219247 to summit of Beinn Bhalgairean (10:25). Returned to junction, followed track round bend to abt 220243, then steeply up through old felling through crags to broad ridge and summit of Meall nan Gabhar (12:30). Mostly dry but not v clear. Back to junction and down to car; finish 14:15. Teams of workmen replacing cables on power line from Cruachan.dbb03/05/2016
From A85 via Meall nan Gabhar, some tree fighting and deer fences.Topographer5706/09/2015
selfdavidsbatty16/02/2015
No problem parking, route as below, very wet ground due to recent snow melt. Also Beinn Bhreac an easy extension.dickscroop26/03/2014
Plenty of parking space near start of yrack to Brackley. Past the farm, over the railway bridge and then make for a gate at NN18116 25889, soon arriving at gate in deer fence at top corner of plantation. Then it is PYO route to the summit and its misplaced cairn.Martin R06/03/2014
2 graham round beinn bhalgairean and meall nan gabhar parked near succoth lodge.robertphillips26/12/2013
hot breezy daytom smith01/05/2011
PMI Uisdean2527/11/2010
Elma McGowans/Lambertsdonmeister16/10/2009
Ascended from Meall nan Gaghar. Descended back through forest to track from Corryghoil.JohnW22/06/2007
Mild, sunny, cool wind, good views.iangalbraith24/03/2007
From Brackley. To farm yard, under pylons, over railway and on buggy tracks by stream. Quagmire as hillside had been gouged out by machines erecting new deer fences. Through a new gate in the new fence onto tussock slopes. Light snow patches from overnight rain. Onto broad undulating ridge, snow becoming more serious as I got higher. To top 13.00. No view - mist.arranc03/04/2006
compact summit; cloud & gale on 1st ascent. park @ 205263, tk then S thru spruce; =/- easily thru spruce @ col to Gabhar, down via pylons RHW28/01/2000
Beinn Bhalgairean and Meall nan Gabhar from the Tybdrum to Dalmally road.Eddie17/08/1995
hillhunter17/09/2017
highlandhillwalker22/06/2017
Gallovidian02/04/2017
govanah24/03/2017
kiltedbiggles03/02/2017
hill walker19/11/2016
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weaselmaster09/07/2016
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Tom Mundell12/12/2015
NormanW09/07/2015
Grinner14/06/2015
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Mudskipper29/03/2014
TONY DEALL26/11/2013
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