Beinn Dubhchraig

(Beinn Dubhcraig)

Rising to a height of 978m (3209 feet) in the Tyndrum Hills to the west of Crianlarich in Stirling Council Area, Beinn Dubhchraig is an eastward extension of Ben Lui, but it qualifies as a Munro in its own right. It has a steep southern face with broken crags below its level summit ridge and derives its name from the Gaelic for "black rock hill".

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