The most popular ascent of Bynack More starts from Glenmore Lodge and follows a good path passing through the attractive Ryvoan Pass with the charming Lochan Uaine (green lochan). The path swings east crossing the River Nethy and then the northern ridge of Bynack More is ascended to the summit. It is also possible to start from the car park at the Cairn Gorm ski centre (grid reference Ben Avon plateau is also well seen.) and ascend Cairn Gorm first before carrying onto Bynack More via The Saddle, though this is quite a rough walk. The summit cairn is made up of granite boulders and provides a unique view of Cairn Gorm across the craggy flanks of Strath Nethy; the
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Bynack More – Altitude: 1090 metres
Route Length: 12 miles Total Ascent: 2572 ft Surface: Good walkers path
Average Walking Time: 6:00 h
Route starts at Glenmore Lodge, Aviemore, PH22 1QZ.
Google maps directions to the route start can be found HERE
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