Name:Ladhar Bheinn
Hill number:731
Height:1020m / 3346ft
SMC/RHB Section:10B: Knoydart to Glen Kingie
Topographical area:HW15 Ladharbheinn-eugallt
Catchment:Guiserein, Hourn, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, High Hills of Britain,
Murdo, Yeaman, Trail 100
Grid ref:NG 82404 03972
Summit feature:cairn
Col:225m  NG970040  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33
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Got ferry from Mallaig arrived 8am. Walked to Mam Meadail and ascended to Meall Bhuidhe's south west top to avoid the bracken. Out and back to Meall Bhuidhe then Luinne Bheinns East top, Luinne Bheinn. Drop to Mam Barrisdale then to Ladhar Bheinn (via Stob na Muircraidh and Stob a Chearcaill). Descent via An Diollaid and Mam Uidhe for 1615 ferry.hummusg16/07/2024
Excellent day out, biked from ferry to wooden bridge then hiked up and down then biked to pub! amazing views up top.Out and backKevthecat15/06/2024
With Jared, Gareth and lucieemily01/04/2024
With CB.JDBowers01/06/2023
With Jack Coronation backpacking tripfellie03/05/2023
Inverie - Folach - An Diollaid and returnIsbjorn Winter Round25/02/2023
Sourlies bothy to Inverie over Meall Buidhe & Top, Luinne Bheinn & Top and Ladhar Bheinn and Top. Very hot day. Camp at Inverie, feryy back to Mallaig next dayHuwel07/05/2022
Clockwise round of Coire Dhorrcail from Barrisdale. Boat ride over from Arnisdale and back. Stunning ridge walking. With B and R.jenx20/04/2022
Climbed with AndyFCMark05/09/2021
5 mile walk in from Inverie for this one. A tab blowy up top but still cloud free and great views. Glad we didnít take it on yesterday. Over 30 miles walked in the 2 days. Very enjoyable. Midgies at the campsite a mare.akmilne05/09/2021
Day trip from Mallaig to Inverie to run the 3 Knoydart Munros, starting on Ladhar Bheinn.quadbarrel20/06/2021
With John from Long Beach campsite - anti-clockwise route and including munro top Stob a' Choire Odhair. Warm with a very slight breeze at times - unfortunately cloud cover on the summit but still managed some views from the munro top, and on the ascent/descent. 9.5 hours including lunch stop and detour to/from the top.mproudfoot29/05/2021
From Inverie to Barrisdale via Ladhar Bheinn and Stob a'Choire Odhair.rhalstead23/04/2021
With Angus via boat to Barrisdalerambler_gary19/09/2020
Solo fr Inverie, well-broken cloud off the tops so some awesome views. 19M total day, about 10h but went well on the whole, though long knobbly rough traverse between the two hills went slowly.NorfolkPT2121/07/2020
with Jeff, Mike and Jim. Fine and sunny until almost at the top then wind and rain until we got down to the Bealach.Cumbrianexile12/10/2019
TGOC 19. Lots of new snow so a superb outing. On over Aonach Sgoilte to BarrisdaleColin Crawford11/05/2019
with Heatherphilpower01/05/2019
left Inverie behind the old forge to go through the first to ascend via the steep belach then off north west via stob to get down to Barrisdale bothyAristotle Chip13/11/2018
D's birthdayRodge06/10/2018
Stayed at Knoydart Bunkhouse in Inverie with Maggie and Roy.Up Mam Uidhe, then east to Folach ruin then north up to ridge and eventual summit after passing ruined trig point. Back same route.dave neilson21/09/2018
Roy and Davemn2321/09/2018
Anticlockwise from Inverie, easy enough to ridge, cloud and wind on top.Capt Malbec18/08/2018
Camping at Inverie with Reg, completed horseshoe of Ladhar Bheinn to Sgurr Coire ChinnicheanJamesSDonald17/08/2018
With Tom and Martin from the bothy. Via Stob a Chearcaill. A leisurely 11:40 (8:35-20:15). Fidget25/06/2018
From Kinlochourn, walked into Barisdale and up to Mam Barisdale, then up to Aonach Sgoilte and along ridge to Ladhar Bheinn, return to Mam Barisdale, bivvyed, up Luinne Bheinn and its East top, then round top of Coire to Meall Buidhe and its SE top, returned to E shoulder of Luinne Bheinn via Druim Leac a' Shith, descended to Gleann Unndalein, walked out to Kinlochourn via Barisdalekdbennett08/06/2018
7 hours from bunkhouse. With Sandy, John Sinclair and Raymond. Despite the forecast relatively dry for the first half of the day though we chose the easier way up and avoided the west ridge. 4 hrs to the top. Squally rain and showers on the way back but a good day nonetheless. Stayed at the Foundation Bunkhouse.slynch29/07/2017
From InverieGeoff Briggs30/05/2017
Martin Astleyhutonthehill28/05/2017
SoloGeraldine Fardon25/05/2017
With Alan Gillies and Michelle Haining, via Stob a'ChearcaillHighland Days21/04/2017
From Barrisdale: Stob a Choire Odhair, Ladhar Bheinn, Luinne Bheinn, Meall Buidhe and back over Mam Barrisdale. Hot and sunny. Finished at 10pm!jigglybones01/06/2016
Anti-clockwise circuit from Long Beach campsite in Inverie. With Gavin & Alex.MorecambeMonkey14/05/2016
R before caillich! Richard Tait11/05/2016
Epic with Rob Wight and Ron Dorn from Inverie on a cool, low cloud and mizzle but dry and light wind day. 11 1/2 hours due to nav errors on mist.alexmaclennan20/06/2015
All 3 Knoydart Munros starting from and returning to Kinloch Hourn. Day 52 of 59 for all Munros. 44km, +/-3200m, 16 hours.PGCE23/04/2015
Solo. It's a long wet walk in from Kinloch Hourn, made worse since I drove up from Glasgow. Some 7 hours after I started I'm on my final Munro :) Scattered my Pops ashes and then it's 6.5 hours out, last 3 in total darkness. 21 hours after I woke I get to the hotel in Ft William! No point it being too easy! 38.8km, 2350m, 14hr20. My 6 yr project comes to an end :)bowzi12/10/2014
2 of 7: From Stob a Choire Odhair. Met a guy, on his own on the top, who told me this was his final Munro. I Congratulated him. Later on I stopped briefly at Barrisdale Bothy and spoke to Neil MacLeod who was nearing the completion of his 3rd round of Munros.ChrisR25/08/2014
Stayed at B&B at.inveries having arrived by boat from Mallaig. Set off in sizzle riding up track to end of valley. Decided to go up valley to its head and walk back, down Rudge of lady are Bheinn. all went well til we got to head of valley when we were exposed to extremely brisk wind. And heavy rain. ascending the return ridge was with catalytic cross wind unrelenting face full of water from rain off run a major feature as well as periods of crawling to stop being blown off. Wind sustained along ridge until we were half way down ridge. In valley rivers in spate and we forced a stream in wait deep water to get back to bike and the B$B. welcoming of the drying facilities and the pub in Inverie.david.walker4018/05/2014
RW and Dr Alidickiewren30/04/2014
a big day 32k 2000m of asentNozzer11/09/2013
With Hannah from canoe wildcamp on Loch HournDesperate Stan03/08/2013
278th - Solo - dry, warmish day with excellent visibility. From Knoydart Foundation Bunkhouse ascended Sgurr Coire Choinnichean and followed the 'horseshoe' ridge to An Doillaird, taking in the Munro. Return to InverieRGibbs28/05/2013
Climbed from Folach with Tony who ran out of steam before top. Continued on to Aonach Sgolte down very steep ridge.chriswatson20/05/2013
R from barisdale superb day CL ST great views Richard Tait07/05/2013