Beinn Bhreac (Atholl)

Beinn Bhreac

Isolated Corbett north of Atholl

Beinn Bhreac is a very remote Corbett hill in the high moorlands amidst the forests of Atholl and Feshie.

Beinn Bhreac

Meaningspeckled mountain
ListsCorbett, 5
LocationGlen Bruar to Glen Tilt, Gaick and Atholl
Grid RefNN868820
Lat/Lon56.91612, -3.86034

Remote Beinn Bhreac is a rather featureless hill, well off the beaten track, in a vast moorland landscape north of Atholl and Bruar.

Being far and equi-distant from public road ends at Blair Atholl, Linn of Dee and Glen Feshie and with tracks reaching only so far, a journey to Beinn Bhreac will challenge even season-hardened hillwalkers.

The two cyclable estate tracks that get closest to Beinn Bhreac approach from the south, one through Glen Bruar which reaches Bruar Lodge by the foot of Beinn Dearg, the other from Glen Tilt which, with a bit of effort, travels up Beinn Dearg's southern arm close to its summit.

Routes up Beinn Bhreac

Beinn Bhreac and neighbours

Cycling along estate tracks from Glen Tilt reaches the base of Beinn Dearg's southern shoulder, from where a very 'off-piste' circular route bags the Corbetts of Beinn Mheadhonach and Beinn Bhreac.

Peaks : 1 Munro, 2 Corbetts

Ascent : 1635m (5360ft)
Distance : 37km (23m)
Time : 9:20hr

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