The Map below shows the routes onto
Beinn Dubhchraig and Ben Oss from the
Dalrigh hiking car park. Note the main
trail goes up through two sections of
woodland, said to be hard to follow and
boggy in places.
Not sure why nobody seems to hike out
the farm road then up onto Beinn Dubhchraig
once clear of the trees. There is a burn
there and it may be rough at the bottom,
must be a reason.
Some hikers try to do the four 3,000ft
mountains here in one day, but is a long
hike. Getting dropped off at Glen Lochy,
hiking over the four mountains, then
getting picked up at Dalrigh would be the
easiest way to take in the four mountains
in one day. Using two cars allows this as
well. It would be advised to start at Glen
Lochy for this, so you can make sure the
River Lochy can be crossed.
See the Ben Lui
Page for more information on Ben Lui
and Beinn a'Chleibh.
Make sure and take an Ordnance Survey
Map and Compass on these hikes, and know
how to use them, as in cloud, these
mountains can be deadly. In Winter, make
sure you have Crampons and an Ice Axe, and
know how to use them.
Map . Tyndrum Photo Tour
Dubhchraig Photo Tour to the Top