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Beinn Ime & Beinn Narnain

‘Butter Mountain’ & ‘Hill of Notches’

The Cobbler, Beinn Ime, Beinn Narnain route line on image

Route details with map, 3D model and GPX download of the route to the summit of these mountains in Scotland.

Corbett – The Cobbler – Altitude: 884 metres

Munro – Beinn Ime – Altitude: 1011 metres

Munro – Beinn Narnain – Altitude: 926 metres

Route Length: 10 miles    Total Ascent: 5000 ft    Surface: Rough/paths

Difficulty: Hard/Steep climbs
Average Walking Time:  6:50 h

Plenty of parking at Loch Long car park. Directions with Google maps HERE

This route climbs the steep zig zags to the Corbett – The Cobbler or ‘Ben Arthur’ as it’s named by some, before heading out to the 1st Munro Beinn Ime then returning via Munro Beinn Narnain.
There are plenty of car parking spaces at Loch Long car park.
Beware – this car park is operated by a private firm, they have number plate recognition cameras. You will get fined if you don’t pay or stay over your paid for time.

Fancy all the Arrochar Munros in one route?
360° Virtual Tour of Beinn Ime & Beinn Narnain Munros can be found on the Arrochar Alps Munro Route HERE

Maps - View - Print - GPX File Download

The map below shows the route to these mountains - Beinn Ime & Beinn Narnain via the Cobbler. There is a gpx file download available under the map.

Download file for GPS

All routes on are SUMMER Munro Bagging Routes.
Winter Munro routes with Ice/Snow can be extremely challenging and dangerous. 
The downloading and use of GPX files or printing of maps from by individuals or groups as a navigational aid is entirely at the risk of the user.

3D Model of the The Cobbler, Beinn Ime, Beinn Narnain

3D model loading…… Internet speed dependant.
The red line on the 3D model shows the route.

Click on the 3D model to move around / zoom in out.

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