Beinn Narnain sits in the Arrochar Alps and can be combined with Beinn Ime and Ben Vane to make a great day out on the hills. The summit ridge of Beinn Narnain follows the Allt Coiregroigan stream at the bottom of the valley and drops back down to the shores of Loch Lomond via its eastern shoulder. Beinn Narnain skirts the Argyll Forest Park which has a whole host of brilliant walking routes, cycling trails and wildlife especially birds making it a very popular place to visit. Beinn Narnain is seen at its best from the Inveruglas power station on the A82 road. It’s a good looking lump that’s for sure!
Beinn Narnain is uncharacteristically rocky for the majority of the upper reaches of the hill making it a pleasant change from most of its southern highland neighbours.
Inveruglas is the best place to start the route as there is ample parking available at the visitor centre across the road