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Beinn Dubh Panorama
 

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Beinn Dubh Panorama - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT

This panorama was taken at the top of a small hill called Beinn Dubh accessed at the end of the track through Glen Strathfarrar in the Highlands of Scotland

Beinn Dubh Panorama - FURTHER INFORMATION

Beinn Dubh Panorama - Scottish Highlands visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Beinn Dubh Panorama' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Highland.

Scotland has several hills named 'Beinn Dubh'. The Beinn Dubh in this virtual tour is a 574m high hill just south of Loch Monar in the Scottish Highlands, at the western end of Glen Strathfarra.

To the south are the hills of Beinn Dubh an laruinn (588m), Meallan Odhar Doire nan Gillean (601m) and Meallan Odhar (570m). The tops of some of these hills are covered in snow. The picture also shows the western end of Loch Monar. This region is not too far from Inverness and Loch Ness, and is popular with hill walkers.

The Beinn Dubh shown in this panorama must not be confused with the 511m high Beinn Dubh hill near to Loch Chon and Loch Lomomnd, much further south.

TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE

Car: Loch Monar is about 35 miles west of Inverness. Take the A831 20 miles to Erchless Castle and then a narrow lane for the last 15 miles past Inchmore, Loch Beannacharan and Loch A'Mhuilidh. Near the end of the track another lane leads off to Monar Lodge, on the shores of Loch Monar.



USER COMMENTS
Lisa Davenport - 21 Mar, 2013 16:46
Really nice to see the beautiful scenery in Scotland. Doesn't even look like it's in the UK
imacd - 23 Nov, 2009 19:11
The snow covered peaks to the south are the 'Mullardoch Four' Munros from the other side. The nearest (and tallest) is Sgurr na Lapaich (1150m) with Carn nan Gobhar (992m) to it's left showing the east ridge to the munro top of Creag Dubh (946m). To the east of Sgurr na Lapaich is the An Riabhachan (1129m) ridge and maybe just a glimpse of An Socach further to the west.
Peter Watts - 22 Nov, 2009 20:44
Fantastic panorama, love seeing the snow on the top of the hills. Looks like a great day for walking through Glen Strathfarrar.

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