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Beinn Tulaichean

Beinn Tulaichean is at the southern end of the south ridge of Cruach Ardrain, and is not much more than its south top, the lowest point of the connecting ridge being about 820m


 
Meaning: Hill of Hillocks
Munro Region: Loch Lomond to Loch Tay
Munro Number: 217
Height in Metres: 946
Height in Feet: 3104
OS Map Reference OS Sheets 56 and 57; 416196
Description: Beinn Tulaichean is at the southern end of the south ridge of Cruach Ardrain, and is not much more than its south top, the lowest point of the connecting ridge being about 820m. On its east, south and west sides it falls in long and in places steep slopes, mostly grassy, but with some crags high up near the summit.
The ascent of Beinn Tulaichean is usually made from the south-east, starting from the carpark at the end of the public road 1 kilometre east of Inverlochlarig. Walk along the private road to the farm and from there climb north-west up the long grassy slopes to the summit. This route is also a good way to Cruach Ardrain, continuing along the broad connecting ridge between the two hills.

Ordnance Survey

OS Sheets 56 and 57;

OS Grid Reference

416196
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