Nevis Hill Walking Club, Saturday May 14 – Tyndrum

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Ben Lui (1130m, Munro) – hill of the calf
Beinn a’ Chleibh (916m, Munro) – hill of the chest
Ben Oss (1029m, Munro) – elk hill
Beinn Dubhchraig (978m, Munro) – hill of the black rock

Ben Lui is one of the finest hills in the Highlands, alpine in character with five fine ridges radiating from the summit and four corries holding snow well into spring.

The full route would take in three of the four Munros above. It is not possible to do all four in one day.

Take your pick.

16km, 1,235m ascent – Ben Lui and Beinn a’ Chleibh. Car shuttle required.
18km, 990m ascent – Ben Lui only, avoiding a car shuttle.
19km, 1,572m ascent – Ben Lui, Ben Oss and Beinn Dubhchraig.

For more details of the route visit or the Nevis Hillwalking Club Facebook page.

Walks may change at short notice due to conditions on the day and Covid restrictions.

If you are a keen hill walker and want to know more about the club, participate in walks or are interested in becoming a member, contact