|Nearest major airport:||Glasgow|
|Convenient Center:||Fort William|
Thanks to Frank Verwijs for adding this peak.
Binnein Mor is a broad wedge-shaped mountain and the highest of the Mamores-group. The second highest: Sgurr a'Mhaim is also described by me at Peakware. Binnein Mor is situated to the south of Ben Nevis, the highest peak of Scotland.
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NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name
There are 4 trip reports for Binnein Mor.
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- Log #11327 - by foinaven on Sep 15, 2004Straight forward walk from Kinlochleven - A nice narrow summit ridge.
- Log #11326 - by foinaven on Sep 14, 2004Easy walk from Kinlochleven - The view from the summit along the whole ridge of the Mamores is exceptional.
- Log #11325 - by foinaven on Sep 13, 2004Nice walk from Kinlochleven. Great views of the Mamore ridges from the summit. A far finer walk is to traverse all the Mamore peaks.
- Log #11324 - by foinaven on Sep 12, 2004The Mamore Ridge in its entirety is a magnificent walk. Classic corries and narrow ridges - particularly the detour out to An Gearanach. The culminating peak is Binnein Mor has a fine approach ridge...