See Falkirk Community Trust Outdoors facebook page for a report and photos from Craig. N.B. And west is Ben MacDui. The total ascent is 1,130 metres. Beinn a'Chaorainn and Beinn Bhreac are not the most exciting Munros in the Cairngorms, but views from their summit to the surrounding peaks and landscapes are fine. Overall a realy good walk but the legs were really suffering by the end of the day. In winter months please check the local snow conditions at Ascent: 850 metres . (Days 3-6): A heavy fall of snow, heaviest during Thu afternoon. The UK is covered by 204 Ordnance Survey Landranger 1:50,000 scale maps. North west of the Linn of Dee, and south east of Cairngorm itself. ~18miles, ~875m ascent, two munro peaks. The ascent of Beinn a' Chaorainn along with the neighbouring Munro of Beinn Bhreac is a long round trip of over 28 kilometres, starting at the Linn of Dee car park , eight kilometres west of Braemar. Temperatures will be below freezing (max -2°C on Sun afternoon, min -5°C on Mon night). Camp by Fords of Avon 685m 1hr 55mins. It is commonly approached from the Linn of Dee to the south and is often combined with the neighbouring Munro Beinn a' Chaorainn. The peat hags (which are not too bad as hags go) over Moine Bhealaidh can be largely missed if you can see where you are going. DISTANCE 2867 ft | 2867 ft . Final pull up Beinn a'Chaorainn, with Beinn Bhreac way back over there on the right. They can also add a fixed time period for stoppages. All in all the walk was pretty uneventful however, due to the lovely weather we had great views of the other mountains in the Cairngorms. Winds decreasing (gales from the WNW on Sat night, calm by Tue afternoon). This is looking down the south west ridge into Glen Derry. Beinn a' Bhuird, Beinn a' Chaorainn and Beinn Bhreac Inspired by Nick Bramhall's blog about a two day journey around the Dubh Gleann Circuit, Wally and I headed up the Quoich on Friday to explore the Beinn a' Bhuird area. It makes sense to climb both at the same time, since they are linked by a large flat expanse of bog about 100m below the height of Beinn Bhreac, so you scarcely notice climbing it on the way back. 18.569 miles. The better conditions were in the east, so opted for two munros with no stalking issues (National Trust for Scotland). Beinn a' Chaorainn lies on the northern part of the Moine Bhealaidh (Yellow Moss) plateau, a large area of featureless land which hardly drops below 850 metres, to the east of upper Glen Derry. Beinn a’ Chaorainn is a Scottish mountain situated on the northern side of Glen Spean in the Lochaber region of the Highland Council area. 2 views. de Randonnée dans Inverey, Scotland (United Kingdom). Beinn a'Bhuird has huge cliffs with a summit on a vast plateau, with a tiny cairn resting there requiring navigation skills in mist. The information given here will enable you to annotate your map and plan your route. Beinn a'Bhuird, Beinn a'Chaorainn and Beinn Bhreac, plus some neighbouring tops RHW: 13/06/1988: With D,P,S,A,Cl: 1921: 24/05/1988: See Beinn a'Chaorainn: gerrybowes: 29/07/1985: MM Uisdean25: 17/07/1983: Ascended from Beinn Bhreac, having walked from Inverey hostel and Glen Derry. JohnW: 02/08/1982: Home … I completed this pair going anti-clockwise. Hills: Beinn Bhreac, Beinn Bhreac (West Top), Beinn a' Chaorainn Bheag and Beinn a' Chaorainn Date: Monday 17th September 2018 Company: Myself and Ann-Marie Distance: 32.4km, Ascent: 1075m Time: 9Hrs 05Mins For the Cairngorms, the MWIS weather forecast suggested a calm between storms with "80% cloud-free Munros" and "excellent visibility". Rate this route (0) ROUTE METRICS. The cyclable route in through Glen Derry to the foot of these hills is through Scots Pine forests full of wildlife - if you're luck, you might see a capercaillie ! Route navigation requires map reading skills and an ability to navigate with a compass.

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