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Beinn an Lochain Fri Night Vid

© Murray Wilkie

It may not be a Munro, but Beinn an Lochain has a big feel, rising precipitously over the pass of Rest and be Thankful. This short video from Murray Wilkie of Scotland's Mountains captures the drama of the hill.  

"The short distance and relatively high start point may suggest this as a possible good mountain for beginners in summer conditions" says Murray.

"If you don't mind some short steep steps and getting your hands on the rock once or twice, this is an ideal mountain for a short day or to take someone who is looking to start hill walking. Please note that this hike is a different proposition in the winter with some serious runouts if the mountain is covered in snow!"

Here's the route he took:


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