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Name:Beinn Narnain
Hill number:74
Height:927m / 3041ft
RHB Section:01D: Inveraray to Crianlarich
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Dumbarton), Catchment Boundaries, Long & Goil
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NN 27172 06648
Summit feature:rock outcrop by trig point
Drop:290m
Col:637m  NN261071  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL39S 364S
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 808 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Weather was horrible. Not my favourite mountainOh no I forgot...28/08/2019
BaggerGutt28/08/2019
EasternHiker24/08/2019
DMcG20/08/2019
suprisefish13/08/2019
Horrible day for a solo climbe which started with the long, boring, zig-zagging walk which takes you up above the tree line. There was no path to the summit which made getting there, and especially getting back, more difficult with the mist which was especially thick. Would not rush back to do this one.Thomas McIlvaney30/06/2019
gettingonabit14/06/2019
Very easy walk up the new path from Bealach a' Mhaim. With Ariel Amir.Dangerous Dave08/06/2019
The Cobbler and Beinn Narnain from Succoth. Early start, cloud drifting on and off the summitGary Heath28/05/2019
Ascent after work of Beinn Narnain (926m) from Succoth along itís south east ridge over Cruach nam Miseag (813m). The weather shifted from light cloud, sunshine, and overcast, gusty winds in exposed areas. Distance ~ 11.6Km, ascent 1070m.VirtualMountain22/05/2019
Gallovidian06/05/2019
pab22/04/2019
Climbed with Andrew Hall, from Succoth Beinn Narnain followed by Beinn Ime, returning via the cobbler path (not the hill). Beautiful sunny day but hazy in the distance. 8:20hrs all in.chillyman819/04/2019
Start from expensive car park, with Chris,Alan and Derrick, no view from top in the mist.Hutchie28/02/2019
tomcr8826/02/2019
easers29/10/2018
samharrison728/10/2018
KedslieC22/09/2018
From Arrochar Hotel. Julie, Martin and Don on wet day at start of a week in the Highlands.Bookerdddd18/09/2018
Jaxter25/08/2018
with meetup grouplittle al12/08/2018
Sick Kid04/08/2018
weaselmaster04/08/2018
carole engel15/07/2018
Colin Crawford06/07/2018
kbee12/06/2018
solitaryfellwanderer29/05/2018
set off at 08.50 from the national car park. Headed across the road to begin the walk. Missed the initial steep path through the woods but caught it up at the weir to follow up the front via Cruach nam Miseag. this took me up a few wee scrambles and further on up the rocky path to the gully right of the spearhead. Obvious paths and a fabulous ascent. I descended of the other side to head over to Beinn Narnain. glad I chose this way round to experience this mountain. A fun climb.Zoe Little28/05/2018
From A83. Ben Arthur, Beinn Narnain, Beinn Ime and Beinn Luibhean. Ben Arthur with PM, rest solo.CJM22/05/2018
First visit in 40 years!thekirkie pirate16/05/2018
Mudskipper16/05/2018
Beinn Ime and Beinn Narnain from Inverglas back via Loin water to the Sloy switching station.gandrew14/04/2018
and Beinn Ime with GuyHuwel14/04/2018
Pommyjon28/03/2018
Jaxter17/03/2018
kitmacleod01/01/2018
LUUHC Good skies, clear day, slight chill, frost on topsCallumS06/11/2017
DavyDavy14/10/2017
Full frontal assault from Succoth, fairly wet and boggy most of the way, probably due to the path doubling as a stream most of the way. Loved the scrambling at the Spearhead. Brilliant views north to Glen Coe and other hills, south to Loch Long, the Firth of Clyde and Arran, east to Ben Lomond and other hills and west to the rest of the Alps.Chris Mac21/09/2017
ajwxyzt17/09/2017
with Stefan. Did Beinn Narnain, Beinn Ime and the Cobbler in 6.5 hoursAlistairCarson09/09/2017
A very wet solo ascent from Succoth car park. Footpaths indistinguishable from streams. Very limited visibility.honey badger28/08/2017
Tony J27/08/2017
Distraught I'd forgotten my sunglasses in case anyone up here would mistake me for a Munro bagger.Alex C27/08/2017
Arrochar - Cruach nam Miseag - Beinn Narnain - Beinn Ime - Beinn Luibhean - The Cobbler N Peak - The Cobbler - Arrochar. Path ascending the hydro line directly over Creag an Fhithich is a good route of ascent. On the descent, prefer the southernmost of the two paths descending W from the summit to avoid boulders.Mark Jackson20/08/2017
B&A. After Cobbler & Beinn ImeMorning12/08/2017
Mary17/07/2017
From Loch Long, Arrochar, via Cruach nam Miseag and then continued on to Beinn Ime.knarf05/07/2017
Bob & DukeDukeNukem22/06/2017
Trantham Clan20/05/2017