Glas Bheinn from the eastern Mamores

Glas Bheinn, Mamores

Corbett hill in eastern Mamores

East of the Mamores mountain range, Glas Bheinn stands alone overlooking Loch Eilde Mor and Blackwater Reservoir.

Glas Bheinn, Mamores

Meaninggreenish-grey hill
ListsCorbett, 173
LocationLoch Leven and Mamores, Loch Linnhie to Loch Ericht
Grid RefNN258641
Lat/Lon56.73599, -4.84789

To the east of Kinlochleven and the Mamores range of Munros, Glas Bheinn is the highest point on a long grass and heather covered ridge overlooking Loch Eilde Mor and Blackwater Reservoir.

The most straightforward route to Glas Bheinn begins from Mamore Lodge or Kinlochleven, from where a hike or cycle on a fine estate track heading eastwards gets to within 2km of the hill's summit. This route could be done as a detour from the Mamores.

Glas Bheinn can also be approached from Glen Spean, where tracks head to the southern end of Loch Treig and Glas Bheinn can be combined on a hiking route with a Graham hill or two, Beinn na Cloiche being close by.

Routes up Glas Bheinn

Eastern Mamores hiking route

A circular route on the eastern Munros of the Mamores range heading in from Kinlochleven. Fine stalkers paths lead up rough peaks, including Binnein Mor, the highest Munro peak in the Mamores mountain range.

Peaks : 4 Munros, plus option of 1 Corbett

Ascent : 2000m (6560ft)
Distance : 18km (11m)
Time : 8hr

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