Ben Lui ( 3703ft ) is the highest and most famous of a group of four Munros that lie south of Glen Lochy,. Ben Lui alone makes a great round, but it's better still combined with the adjoining Munros Ben Oss and Beinn Dubhchraig, nice peaks in their own right. Ben Oss and Beinn Dubhchraig A moderate walk (mountain (above 600m)) in Argyll and Bute, Scotland, about 18.10km (11.25 mi) long with an estimated walking time of about 8:15h (1 overnight stay). Use the Allt Coire Dubhcraig to guide you through the forest plantation, before you reach the open ground of the mountain's lower slopes. Ben Oss & Beinn Dubhchraig: Quick Facts: This is the summed total of all the climbing within a route and is a good indicator of the strenuousness of a route. There are two starting points from where climbing Ben Oss is possible. It is unsuitable for families with children, prams & pushchairs, wheelchairs. When viewed from the north or south it is seen as a distinct pointed hill in contrast to its more bulky neighbour Beinn Dubhchraig, with which it is usually climbed. Head S 3km to the summit ridge. Who knows why I have left it years before attempting it but maybe it just seemed too accessible. Once you have had a sandwich, return along the ridge and continue past the pools towards Ben Oss. At the pools, return back down via the corrie and pick up the path along the burn. Pick your way up into the corrie, before gaining the ridge of Beinn Dubhcraigh. Almost invariably, Ben Oss is climbed from the north east with a start point at Dalrigh, and often in conjunction with an ascent of Beinn Dubhchraig. Head back through the woods and to Dalrigh. Both path and bridge … This walk will take in the easterly two Munros of that group - Beinn Dubhcraig (Mountain of the Black Rock) and Ben Oss (Hill of the Elk). Not a difficult route once you have negotiated the forest. A selection of local accommodation options who advertise with Munromagic.com. A moderate, circular walk (mountain (above 600m)) starting in Stirlingshire, Scotland, about 13.60km (8.45 mi) long, duration: ~6:30h. Usually the shortest way to climb the mountain, making best use of tracks and paths to gain altitude. Ben Oss has craggy sections and many rocky outcrops, particularly on its N face overlooking Glen Cononish. Take Bill Wales advice and bike/walk to Cononish Farm. Look for a cluster of small pools, which mark the ridge proper. Beinn Dubhchraig. They can also add a fixed time period for stoppages. There … Big mistake! The trail offers a number of activity options. As we dropped off eastwards towards the bealach between Ben Oss and Beinn Dubhchraig I made the decision to drop down into the corrie and head back for the car. On the return journey at the first bealach met from Ben Oss descend North into the Coire. Beinn Dubhchraig & Ben Oss The Tyndrum Hills - by Gary Paton. Returned back through the forest since it looked great in it's winter clothes. Beinn Dubhchraig and Ben Oss 'In the Shadow of Ben Lui' - Duration: 21:07. The Munros: A Personal Voyage 638 views. Here we provide the nearest town to the start of the route where you will find basic services. Total Ascent: 1438 m An estimate of the time taken based on a derivation of Naismiths rules. about 10km north of the head of Loch Lomond.. Weather/Conditions: In the morning at 4am, I'd camped at nearly 900m on Beinn Chuirn, so it was very cold. Where the access routes are few or the ridge is narrow, paths are generally obvious. Difficulty: ⛰️/⛰️⛰️ Min 3 – Max 6 £ Beinn Dubhchraig is linked to the adjacent Munro of Ben Oss, which lies two kilometres to the west, by the Bealach Buidhe pass which has a height of 2,556 feet. Beinn Dubhchraig (Left) Ben Oss (Behind) & Ben Lui (Centre) from Ben Challum. Lots of sun on Oss and Dubhchraig. The Munro Ben Oss – and its neighbour Beinn Dubhchraig – had long been on my list of bags-to-do. Ben Challum Sept 20th 2016 - Duration: 8:19. Otherwise, a generally sunny day with cumulus clouds and blue sky. Beinn Dubhchraig & Ben Oss are situated 1 mile east of Tyndrum Village, 60 miles northwest of Glasgow, next to the A82 road. Please note: Car Free Walks are not responsible for the accuracy of public transport information. We found our own way onto the ridge on the way up and decided to use the path on the return thinking it would be quicker. The image below is from the Dalrigh hiking car park, 1 mile southeast of Tyndrum village, next to the A82 road. There are also buses to the village centre. Walking | Ben Oss and Beinn Dubhchraig, near Tyndrum | Summary:Ben Oss and Beinn Dubhcraig are satellites of mighty Ben Lui. Beinn Dubhchraig is a Scottish mountain eight kilometres west of Crianlarich in the northern part of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Route navigation requires map reading skills and an ability to navigate with a compass. Ben Oss and Beinn Dubhc is a 11.4 mile loop trail located near Crianlarich, Stirling, Scotland that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The meaning of the name “Ben Oss” is “Loch-outlet hill”. Ben Oss and the winding ridge running back to Beinn Dubhcraig from the summit of Ben Lui. The summit is 500m southeast of the pools - a Munro at 978m. ... Climbed Ben Dubhchraig by itself on a short sub zero heavy ground frosted day. Our calculation is based on the horizontal and ascent components of a climb, we do not make a reduction for descent. Both peaks give amazing views to the surrounding hills, in particular to Ben Lui, a very near neighbour of Ben Oss. An estimate of the time taken based on a derivation of Naismiths rules. In winter, a cornice establishes itself over the northern coire - Coire Gaothach and the peak is famed for its winter climbing. 21:07. The path passes through a small patch of ancient Caledonian woodland, before another bridge takes you across the Allt Gleann Auchreoch. Just beyond Dalrigh, a bridge crosses the River Cononish and heads west along the railway line. Routes to Ben Lui, Ben Oss, Beinn Dubhchraig & Beinn a'Chleibh Ben Lui is a spectacular mountain with excellent views and due to its shape, is easily identified from other summits. After 1km, it crosses the railway line. There are great views south over the Crianlarich Hills, and into the dramatic corrie of Beinn Laoigh. Although the mountains themselves are not particularly distinguished, the approach walk leads through natural pine and birch forest and is very picturesque, though also very wet. Ben Oss - 1029m Beinn Dubhchraig - 978m Thursday 9th July 2009. The ridge continues in a curve, high above Loch Oss, onwards to the summit of Ben Oss at 1029m. Ben Dubhcraig is rocky on the southern face but this is avoided. On open ground, following paths without using your compass may get you lost in poor visibility. Eventually the path reaches an undulating rocky ridge and a clear path along the ridge links the two Munros, Beinn Dubhchraig at the east end and the higher Ben Oss at the west. From Tyndrum (A82) travel 2 km East to a car park at junction with minor road, near Lochan nan Arm. Climbed Ben Dubhchraig by itself on a short sub zero heavy ground frosted day. The hillphones service can inform you of stalking activities in the area. There were cracking views of Ben Lui, Ben Dorain and to the south an awesome view of Ben Lomond. Infobox Mountain Name = Beinn Dubhchraig Photo = Ben_Dubhchraig_from_Ben_Oss.jpg Caption = Beinn Dubhchraig seen from Ben Oss … A moderate, circular walk (mountain (above 600m)) starting in Stirlingshire, Scotland, about 8.50km (5.28 mi) long, duration: ~4:00h. It can be a wet hike to start with but you can take your mind off the damp by relishing the views, which are almost immediately stunning and include the mountains Ben Lui and Beinn Dorain beyond Tyndrum.. A short but steep ascent to the south-east takes you to the 978m top of Dubhchraig, before you retrace your steps to head west, with great views of Loch Oss, to reach Ben Oss at 1,029m. Beinn Dubhchraig is situated 1¼ miles east of Ben Oss. I combined these mountains with Ben Lui and Beinn a Chleibh (dropped off and picked up at the end though). The information given here will enable you to annotate your map and plan your route. Thankfully these reports are out of date. Great views of Oss and Lui on ascent and descent. From the station, pick up the West Highland Way heading south. The ridge down to the bealach is broad and holds a few small lochans within the schist rock hollows. I looked down Loch Lomond to Dumbarton Rock, which was tiny and nearly invisible, lost among the giant hills. Again and again I counted my exit time and came to the conclusion that not only was I very tired, but I was very late. Beinn Dubhchraig is linked to the adjacent Munro of Ben Oss, which lies two kilometres to the west, by the Bealach Buidhe which has a height of 779 metres. I began to fall backwards, but fortunately grabbed the fence wire and it held :) Beinn Dubhchraig is usually climbed as a pair with Ben Oss, or as the first or last hill of the four-Munro Ben Lui traverse. I can honestly say, this has been one of the best Easter Sundays I have experienced if you don’t count the years before my 12th birthday. It's possible to drop down the steep northwest slope from Ben Oss to the Allt Coire Laoigh, and then to continue via the Cononish track. Beinn Dubhchraig. I've never encountered so much muck ever!!!!! Our summary will always contain one of easy, moderate or hard to indicate the severity of the route. The smaller neighbour Beinn Dubhchraig as well as Ben Lui are directly connected to Ben Oss which makes it possible to walk routes that combine the three mountains. Furthermore, there was a close-to-Buster-Keaton moment when I raced through the mud, leapt onto the ladder and found that it wasn't attached to the fence. Glad the ground was solid as I could easily walk across what I imagine would be very heavy ground in wetter weather (the ice was a different hazzard). Had some thicker cloud was on Ben Lui although I was never in the cloud. Maps numbered 1 to 86 cover Scotland but for the highest mountains (Munros) only 23 maps are required. The name given roughly describes the area covered by the map. The other three peaks in the group are Beinn a' Chleibh, Ben Oss and Beinn Dubhchraig. Beinn Dubhchraig from Ben Oss. We tried Kathleen Haddows suggestion of taking the right path on crossing the Allt Gleann Auchreoch. It's a steep drop into the bealach between the peaks, followed by a steady pull onto Ben Oss. Also, when you cross the Allt Gleann Auchreoch there are two choices: the left hand path takes you into the mud bath. Ben Oss and Beinn Dubhchraig from Dalrigh Some guidebooks describe the route from Dalrigh to Dubhchraig as involving a boggy path and a dilapidated bridge over the Allt Gleann Auchreaoch. A really enjoyable sunny day which took 5 hrs. It stands in a group of hills in the Cononish glen to the west of Tyndrum which consists of three other Munros (Ben Lui, Beinn Dubhchraig and Beinn a' Chleibh) and the Corbett Beinn Chùirn. For the very keen there’s a fourth Munro too, Beinn a’Chleibh, though that means an untidy detour or a logistically tricky linear route. Some useful cairns indicate the way and it's not as steep as you may think. We do not give anecdotal descriptions on where to find the paths, worn by the feet of previous mountaineers. Beinn Dubhchraig; Beinn Dubhchraig seen from Ben Oss across Coire Garbh and Loch Oss. If you head up the hill beside the river be warned, The path is really boggy and muddy. I climbed these last *summer* and the mud was, without exaggeration, more than knee deep and impossible to avoid in a ~10 foot radius around one of the styles. The total ascent is 1,438 metres. Hear pronunciation Press to hear pronunciation. Tyndrum has two stations - you need the lower one. Special event price: £60 per person. This is a Munro that you see from the main road north, the A82, just before reaching Tyndrum and I have passed it many, many times. Initially there is a steep grass ascent but not too hard. Ben Oss summit with Ben Lui beyond, May 2008. Registered users can customise these walking times by specifying their own walking and ascending speeds. … for Beinn Dubhchraig and Ben Oss Happy Easter! Ben Lui from Beinn Chuirn. If you want to avoid the mud, deep heather and deer fences, follow the road up Glen Cononish to Cononish Farm where a bridge (NN304283) leads onto the fairly steep, but easy, northern slopes of Beinn Dubhcraig. Beinn Dubhchraig, usually climbed together with its neighbour Ben Oss, is part of the Ben Lui range of mountains. Return via the same tracks to Tyndrum. The UK is covered by 204 Ordnance Survey Landranger 1:50,000 scale maps. Your approach route may differ. Ben Oss & Beinn Dubhchraig Ben Oss (#3) was clear on the summit. Start from carpark, not visible from main road (A85), Follow rough road W past Dalrigh to railbridge, Continue W until 250m E of Cononish Farm, then head S to bridge over river, From bridge ascend SE to easy slopes to above Creag Bhocan, Bear NNE and follow ascent path back to the start. A moderate, circular walk (mountain (above 600m)) starting in Stirlingshire, Scotland, about 15.70km (9.76 mi) long, duration: ~7:00h. Ben Oss and Beinn Dubhcraig “Elk Hill” or “Hill of the Loch Outlet” and “Peak of the Black Crags” 1 day – 2 Munros. There are corries to … The ridge down to the bealach is broad and holds a few small lochans within the schist rock hollows. Allow 6.5 hours to complete this 19.25 km route. A selection of weather forecasts local to this route. My only comment here is watch those styles over the deer fences. Took the route up through the superb wintry forest and out onto the hillside approaching the mountain up the NE ridge. It is usually ascended from Dalrigh between Crianlarich and Tyndrum. Ben Oss reaches a height of 1029 metres (3376 feet) and qualifies as a Munro and a Marilyn. Ben Oss was the only remaining Munro of the group of four, Beinn a'Chleibh, Ben Lui, Beinn Dubhchraig and Ben Oss, that I still had to climb. Ben Oss and Beinn Dubhcraig form a curved ridge around Loch Oss and are generally climbed together. Photo: John Armitstead, CC BY-SA 2.0. It is unsuitable for families with children, prams & pushchairs, wheelchairs. This is the main route onto Beinn Dubhchraig & Ben Oss. The group were soon off and moving once again, this time we descended north from the summit and then moved northeast onto the northern shoulder of Ben Oss at 941m. This is the summed total of all the climbing within a route and is a good indicator of the strenuousness of a route. A moderate walk (mountain (above 600m)) in Argyll and Bute, Scotland, about 18.10km (11.25 mi) long with an estimated walking time of about 8:15h (1 overnight stay). We then give directions from that location to the route start. In winter months please check the local snow conditions at sais.gov.uk. Start Point: Park your car at Dalrigh, a short distance ... head North West to the summit of Beinn Dubhcraig (978m, GR308255). You can click on the map name to purchase the map for £6.29 including postage which is one of the cheapest prices we have found. I've spent a lot of time climbing here; I can't wait to get back to Dumbarton climbing in August. However, this is a longer option; a quicker, and probably more enjoyable option is to retrace your steps along the ridge. There's a great campsite just by Lower Tyndrum Station, plus a good pub and shop in the village itself. 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