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Name:Beinn Bhuidhe
Hill number:70
Height:948.5m / 3112ft
RHB Section:01D: Inveraray to Crianlarich
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Grid ref:NN 20372 18709
Summit feature:trig point base by cairn
Col:356m  NN204209  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50 56
(1:25k) OL39N 364N
Observations:trig point destroyed
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 527 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
71st Munrolojzi86062125/08/2019
Ran with GuyHuwel18/08/2019
Up from Inverchorachan in Glen Fyne in sunny conditions.Windy Corner14/07/2019
Beinn Bhuidhe and East Top from Loch Fyne, MTB as far as permitted.rhalstead23/06/2019
With D, rain, cloud, good beer after.Rodge18/06/2019
Crawford Lindsay13/05/2019
My 1st Munro since officially becoming an OAP. Up via hydro track, via Newton Hill, Beinn Chas and Meall DaimhIsbjorn 3rd Round11/05/2019
From Loch Fyne, a walk up Glen Fyne to the Allt na Faing and up the path to the summit. From there we walked towards the east top then down to the track and back down it via Newton Hill past the quarry to the start to make it a loop. A cracking day, great company and stunning views in all directions, what a beast of a mountain, loved it!Chris Mac04/05/2019
Alex Heenan, Barry McGarahan, Keith Armour Walked from The head of the Loch along the Glen and up the obvious gully. Returned via the new Hydro plant track. A relatively long walk in and out, but thoroughly enjoyable. Topped off by a visit to the brewery near the head of the Loch, a must.ian-e24/11/2018
Sick Kid02/11/2018
Completed with club on day walkJamesSDonald15/09/2018
carole engel16/05/2018
Solo neil hutton13/05/2018
Weather Fair.MountainMac30/04/2018
From usual start point at the head of Loch Fyne,cycling in to the gate before Inverchorachain Lodge. Headed up the left side of the gorge to the summit then returned down the opposite side of the gorge. On own.MorecambeMonkey29/04/2018
By bike from parking area at head of Loch Fyne to the gate with 'no cycles' notice, about 1.5km S of Inverchorachan, continued on foot to Inverchorachan, then up obvious paths westwards to gully leading to NE ridge, up gully, and along NE ridge to summit. Return same way.kdbennett09/08/2017
ceann garbh, beinn bhuidhe east top, beinn bhuidhe, stac a chuirn, meall an daimh, beinn chas, from glen fyne cp biked in to near inverchorachan.robertphillips03/06/2017
Steve Clark05/05/2017
Solo from Glen Shira, bike to DrimleeUisdean2515/04/2017
Steve Q28/02/2017
With I.McSkimmingHighland Days18/02/2017
hill walker23/10/2016
With Craig. Biked in on track on West of stream. Discovered tarmac road on East side that goes through Fyne Ales brewery was a much quicker way out, even with the highland coos.Danmawr28/08/2016