Beinn na Lap from the east

Beinn na Lap

Munro peak north of Loch Ossian

Gently rising grassy slopes rise from Loch Ossian to lead up Beinn na Lap. If it wasn't for Corrour Halt on the West Coast Line, this Munro would have been a fairly remote peak for baggers to access.

Beinn na Lap

Meaningdappled hill
ListsMunro, 240
LocationAround Loch Ossian, Loch Linnhie to Loch Ericht
Grid RefNN376696
Lat/Lon56.7892, -4.66024

Beinn na Lap is a long whaleback shaped mountain in the remote area around Loch Ossian. If accessing this mountain from Corrour Halt, Beinn na Lap is considered to be one of the easiest Munros summits to bag as not only is there a mere 500m to climb, but there's a pretty good path all the way.

Possibly the most enjoyable hike up Beinn na Lap the circular route of the peaks around Loch Ossian from Corrour Train Halt, which also takes in Sgor Gaibhre and Carn Dearg. This requires a train journey from Fort William or Tulloch in the north or from Glasgow or Crianlarich to the south, either way, it's a delightful way to arrive in the Ossian area.

An alternative route not requiring a train journey, but possibly using a bike instead, is to take the estate tracks to Corrour from Laggan. You'll also be able to bag Chno Dearg and Stob Coire Sgriodain with Beinn na Lap from this direction

Routes up Beinn na Lap

Munros around Loch Ossian

Best reached by a train journey, the remote area surrounding Loch Ossian is a delight to hike in and explore. To bag the three Munros surrounding the Loch - Beinn na Lap, Sgor Gaibhre and Carn Dearg, start at lonely Corrour Halt.

Peaks : 3 Munros

Ascent : 1550m (5090ft)
Distance : 26km (16m)
Time : 9hr

Beinn na Lap to Chno Dearg route from Laggan

Most people tackle Beinn na Lap on its own from Ossian. But combining this fairly remote Munro with nearby Stob Coire Sgriodain and Chno Dearg and a cycle in from Laggan makes for a much more memorable day.

Peaks : 3 Munros

Ascent : 1650m (5410ft)
Distance : 42km (26m)
Time : 8hr

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