Beinn Chabhair

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Beinn Chabhair
Beinn Chabhair from below Beinn a' Chroin
Range: Crianlarich Hills
Summit: 3,061 feet NN367179

Beinn Chabhair is a mountain amongst the Crianlarich Hills of western Perthshire. It has fine views down to Loch Lomond. It reaches a height of 3,061 feet at its summit (and so qualifies as a Munro).

A common approach is from Inverarnan, up a steep eroded path beside the dramatic waterfalls of the Ben Glas Burn then finding a vague route across fairly level but very boggy moorland before walking up the hill itself and finding a way around a series of craggy outcrops to the summit.[1]

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  • The Munros, Scottish Mountaineering Trust, 1986, Donald Bennett (Editor) ISBN 0-907521-13-4
Munros in SMC Area SMC Section 1 - Loch Lomond to Loch Tay

An CaistealBeinn a' ChleibhBeinn a' ChroinBeinn BhuidheBeinn ChabhairBeinn DubhchraigBeinn ÌmeBeinn NarnainBeinn TulaicheanBen ChonzieBen LomondBen LuiBen MoreBen OssBen VaneBen Vorlich, Dunb.Ben Vorlich, Perth.Cruach ArdrainStob BinneinStuc a' Chroin

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