Ben Dubhcraig

The mountain reaches a height of 978 metres and is situated in the north of the National Park. The hills name translates as Mountain of the Black Rock, this refers to the steep and rocky face on the mountains south west slopes above Loch Oss which offer scrambling routes to the summit.

The ascent of Beinn Dubchraig starts from the hamlet of Dalrigh with the view from the summit gives fine views of the mountains of Breadalbane to the west and the twin Munros ofBen More and Stob Binnein viewed to the south east.

If you need a hotel for an overnight stay there are several villages and retreats you can stay at close by.

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