Beinn Eunaich is the crossing point of four ridges. Its Western ridge links up with the Munro Beinn a' Chochuill. These two Munros is normally climbed together to make a great day on the hills. Beinn Eunaich is the most eastern of the Cruachan hills and this is what makes it such a good vantage point to see the rest of the range. From the summit ridge you can look West to see the whole western ridge running across to Beinn a' Chochuill which becomes increasingly narrow the further along you get. To the South West there are fantastic views over the Cruachan Massif. From here you can really appreciate how complex Ben Cruachan is.
Beinn Eunaich is on level standings size wise with its nearest neighbours except Ben Cruachan which stands tall above them all. The normal route of ascent is via Beinn Eunaich's southern ridge which starts at Castle Farm just off the B8077. It is a sharp pull up but the ridge walking once your up more than makes up for it.