|Buidhe Bheinn lies to the S of Sgurr a' Bhac Chaolais which lies on the S Glen Shiel Ridge to which it is connected by a long curved ridge allowing both peaks to be taken in a single expedition. p>Buidhe Bheinn is an otherwise remote mountain which can be climbed from Kinloch Hourn which lies at the end of a long narrow road. |
Buidhe Bheinn has three ridges, W turning WSW, SE turning S and NE turning N. The latter ridge connects to Sgurr a' Bhac Chaolais which was previously thought to be of identical height and therefore a contender for the Corbett title, but Sgurr a'Bhac Chaolais is now known to be smaller by 29cm.
Buidhe Bheinn is a rough craggy hill, but is not a difficult ascent particularly as stalkers paths come high on its SW slopes.