Approach from the lochan at the bealach with Binnein Beag and follow the ridge (Sron a'Gharbh-Choire) to the summit of Binnein Mor. An excellent scramble on sound schist, which narrows in the upper part to an impressive alpine crest. All difficulties are avoidable, but if the crest is adhered to there is a lot of good scrambling, at the upper end of the grade. As good as classic grade 1s such as the Forcan Ridge and Tryfan's north ridge, in a spectacular location.

Ticklists: Top ridge scrambles of Britain.

ClareM.123 15/Aug/17 Solo
with IainMay
IainMay 15/Aug/17 Solo O/S
mikewilson789 07/Jun/17 Solo
NickBrown 13/May/17 -
with Tim
griffithpatrick ?/Mar/15 Solo

When i was in scotland. Awesome ridge but visibility bad.

Pete Barker 27/Nov/14 Solo O/S
with Lizzie
Dustin 11/Jul/14 Solo
static266 ?/Apr/14 Solo O/S
Hidden ?/Mar/13 -
jackse ??/2013 -
Mark Bull 07/Oct/12 Solo
with Gillian
olekemi 12/Nov/11 Solo O/S
crispy 10/Jul/11 Solo
with Simon, Sarah
crispy 10/Jul/11 Solo
with Simon, Sarah
Hidden ??/2011 -
Hidden ??/2011 -
Sean Kelly ??/2011 -
no_more_scotch_eggs 26/Jun/10 -

enjoyable romp up sound schist in a wild setting

sgl0jd ??/2010 -
DerwentDiluted ?/Oct/04 Solo
with Nicola Pettit
crowberry gully ?/May/02 -
malky_c ?/Aug/96 -
Iain Thow 04/Jan/79 Solo

Snow to glen, Grade I. Done in summer since

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