Name:Beinn Bhuidhe Mhor
Hill number:6212
Height:548m / 1798ft
Parent (Ma):611  Carn nan Tri-tighearnan
RHB Section:09A: Inverness to Strathspey
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five
Grid ref:NH786406 (est)
Col:486m  NH799404  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 27
(1:25k) OL60 418 422
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Usual layby busy so we parked 200m SW. Icy on the track above the last gate. Good views to a snow covered Ben Wyvis. Calm and dry with occasional sun. With Karen and Sam.ChrisR31/12/2023
From Finglack layby. Wild fire across the A9 very prominent. With Karen and Sam.ChrisR10/06/2023
Signs plastered everywhere on the private esate tracks, saying Private No Parking. There is an unmarked lomg laybye just beyond the narrow bridge , going westwards. Will hold 5/7 cars if parked well. Varied terrain. M pipirs and one curlew on summit. Great views of inverness north and cairngorms south.VerySlowPlodder28/05/2023
From Finglack layby. Icy track. Sunglasses needed. With Karen.ChrisR31/12/2022
Several signs say no parking up track from NW (near spot 144) - so don't. Plenty room in dirt layby NH 7676 4447 a few meters east of farm access.carole engel20/05/2022
From Finglack layby. Much better views than last year. With Karen.ChrisR31/12/2021
From Finglack layby. With Sam and my nephew Michael who was visiting us.ChrisR13/08/2021
From Finglack layby. Early morning birthday walk to try out new boots: birthday gift from Karen.ChrisR03/07/2021
From Finglack Layby: 25th Wedding Anniversary walk. Blowing a hooley on top: took the top off the prosecco. We dropped down a bit for the smoked salmon sandwiches. With Karen & Tim: chauffer.ChrisR23/03/2021
From Finglack layby. Sunny. Track very icy and hard compact snow at the top. Essential exercise lockdown walk: put on 1 stone since christmas and the garden too frozen to work on. With Karen.ChrisR19/01/2021
From Finglack layby. Snow on the track compacted by an argocat. Into cloud at the top; visibility 20 metres. Cleared after we had descended. with Karen.ChrisR31/12/2020
From Finglack layby. 1st hill after 104 consecutive days of lockdown gardening. Met the keeper again near the top. He said that a few minutes earlier a loose dog had ripped a grouse chick apart. He was searching the verge. Karen spotted something in the track which he identified as the heart. Then spotted a leg. Apparently the owner had just shrugged and walked off.ChrisR07/07/2020
From Finglack layby. Bright sunshine. Sunglasses. With Karen.ChrisR31/12/2019
1 of 4: From Finglack layby. Talking to the keeper for quite a while later on. From Skipton.ChrisR08/01/2019
From Finglack layby with Karen and Sam.ChrisR31/12/2018
From Finglack layby. With Sam.ChrisR31/12/2017
From Finglack layby.ChrisR31/12/2016
On TGO Challenge, with Sue, from Inverness. Also climbed on 16/05/2013.Phreerunner18/05/2016
Bagging the trig. Sparkling day with breathtaking views.BigJ17/03/2016
From Finglack layby. With Karen, Sam and Tim.ChrisR31/12/2015
From Finglack layby. With Karen, Sam, Tim and Lauren.ChrisR31/12/2014
From Finglack layby. With Tim and Lauren.ChrisR01/03/2014
From Finglack layby. With Karen, Sam, Tim and Lauren.ChrisR31/12/2013
visited while bagging the trigNozzer25/11/2013
From Finglack layby. With karen and Tim.ChrisR15/10/2013
21/5/2013 - Log from Finally at the top 1.5 hours later, lovely 360 degree view, been a while since Mrs TJR has been up a hill and she misses it, it never seems worth it on the way up but when you get there and you see the view it is always worth it.... And this summit has a trig point with a boost bar on it! Really enjoyed this walk - fulfilled the streak and exercise requirements for the day and proved Mrs TJR needs to get out more and seek high terrain caches.. Best was the view on the way down lovely view of the firth, Inverness, the Black Isle and the viaduct - she imagined a map like in films where arrows appear showing all the caches!
From Finglack layby. First hill of the year after spell in ICU at Raigmore with Pneumonia.ChrisR05/03/2013
1 & 4 of 4: Out from Finglack layby. Return from Carn nan Tri-tighearnan.ChrisR02/02/2012
From Finglack layby. With Sam and Tim.ChrisR31/12/2011
From Finglack layby. With Tim.ChrisR31/12/2010
Flattish unexciting summit, nice view across Moray Firth. From NW, Finglack track, layby near start. RHW12/02/2010
From Finglack layby. Postponed from New Years eve because the roads were blocked with snow.ChrisR18/01/2010
From Finglack layby.ChrisR31/12/2008
From Finglack layby.ChrisR31/12/2007
From Finglack layby.ChrisR31/12/2006
From Finglack layby.ChrisR31/12/2005
From Finglack layby. With karen, Sam, Tim and Lauren.ChrisR05/04/2005
From Finglack layby.ChrisR31/12/2004
From Finglack layby.ChrisR12/02/2003
From Finglack layby.ChrisR31/12/2002
Snowy underfoot but sunny up and back walk from Dalroyrjf3528/12/1995
With Den & Gemmaskyemumbler14/01/1992
Alex C03/06/2024
hill walker30/04/2022