Ben Gulabin from the north

Ben Gulabin

Little Corbett hill at southern entance to Glenshee

Towering above Spittal of Glenshee, Ben Gulabin is a grass covered wee lump of a hill.

Ben Gulabin

Meaninghill of the beak or curlew
ListsCorbett, 150
LocationGlen Shee, Glenshee to Cairn o'Mount
Grid RefNO100722
Lat/Lon56.83265, -3.47588

When driving up the A93 from Perth through Glen Shee, Standing above the buildings of Spittal of Glenshee, grass-covered Ben Gulabin is the first hill of substantial size to come into view when driving northward from Perth on the A93.

With having close proximity to the roadside, a modest ascent and an estate track getting to within 1km of the summit, Ben Gulabin is one of the easiest Corbetts to bag.

A hike aiming northwards from Ben Gulabin and traversing Carn a' Gheodidh and its neighbouring Munros would make for a decent hillwalking route, though perhaps arranging transport would be recommended to avoid a lengthy walk back down the A93.

Routes up Ben Gulabin

Ben Gulabin from Spittal of Glenshee

A short and straightforward route following estate tracks and a worn footpath all the way to the summit of little Ben Gulabin.

Peaks : 1 Corbett, option to extend

Ascent : 450m (1480ft)
Distance : 6km (4m)
Time : 2:10hr

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