Beinn Mheadhonach from Carn a' Chlamain

Beinn Mheadhonach

Corbett hill north of Atholl and Bruar

A long crest of a hill and living up to its name, Beinn Mheadhonach is sandwiched between the higher Munros of Carn a' Chlamain and Beinn Dearg.


Beinn Mheadhonach


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Height901m
Prominence165m
Meaningmiddle hill
ListsCorbett, 21
LocationAtholl and Glen Bruar, Drumochter to Glen Shee
Grid RefNN880759
Lat/Lon56.86094, -3.83845


Viewed from the A9, Beinn Mheadhonach appears conical in shape with its southern shoulder standing above Glen Tilt. It is however a rather long wide ridge stretching south-north and clad for the most part in heather and grass.

The most direct route to the base of Beinn Mheadhonach travels up Glen Tilt, with most of this on a fine estate track. Being situated between higher Beinn Dearg and Carn a' Chlamain, a fine day can be had combining these peaks into one long hillwalking route.



Routes up Beinn Mheadhonach


Beinn a' Ghlo to Beinn Dearg

A fairly long hillwalking route rewarding fit hill-baggers with 5 Munros and a Corbett including the peaks on Beinn a' Ghlo and others above Glen Bruar and Glen Tilt.

Peaks : 5 Munros, 1 Corbett

Ascent : 2850m (9350ft)
Distance : 42km (26m)
Time : 15hr



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