Ben Avon & Beinn a’ Bhuird
‘Hill of the Bright One’ & ‘Mountain of the Table’
Route firstly ascends Ben Avon, the highest point of the massif, known as Leabaidh an Dàimh Bhuidhe (bed of the yellow stag). The route then comes back on itself and ascends Beinn a’ Bhùird before descending back to Keiloch.
Keiloch car park is quite far away from the foot of the mountain, it’s probably quicker and easier to cycle as far as possible to the road end at Gleann an t-Stugain. This saves about 8-10 miles of walking.
Route details with 360° virtual tour, map, 3D model and GPX download of the route to the summit of these mountains in Scotland.
Munro – Ben Avon – Altitude: 1171 metres
Munro – Beinn a’ Bhùird – Altitude: 1197 metres
Route Length: 23.3 miles Total Ascent: 4309 ft Surface: Rough/paths
Average Walking Time: 11:15 h
Route starts at Keiloch car park, Invercauld Bridge, Ballater AB35 5TW.
Google maps directions to the route start can be found HERE
Ben Avon & Beinn a’ Bhuird 360° Virtual Tour
Click on the round 360 logo in the tour window below to move forward through the Munro route tour. Pan Around using your mouse or finger. Press the Map - Show/Hide button to see where you are on the route. The red photo location marker within the map points it's radar in the direction of the photos view. The compass within the tour window lets you know the direction of view and travel. If possible view on a VR Headset to feel like your there!
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3D Model of Ben Avon & Beinn a’ Bhuird
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The red line on the model shows the route.
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