Altitude 1150m a.s.l
Guy Robertson and Greg Boswell on the third pitch of their new winter line on Bidean nam Bian © Hamish Frost
Glen Coe's most remote crag, with a fantastic mountaineering atmosphere. Relatively few climbers will be encountered here compared with busier cliffs in the Glen. Both summer and winter routes of quality exist here, with some good mid-grade winter routes often being in condition when lower cliffs are not so good.
Park just off the A82 in a small carpark by Achnambeithhach. Walk a little way along the A82 towards Glencoe Village and climb over the road barrier and go through a gate at the other side of the bridge.
Follow the well constructed path upwards. Further up; head left across the coire to the bottom of the crags. Around 2 hours 30 to the base on the crag.
|Bidean nam Bian's three peaks|
8.61 miles, 1,385m ascent, 6 hours. Ballachulish (or Fort William if you want a real town)
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