Beinn Tulaichean is normally climbed with Cruach Ardrain. The hill is well hidden and it could easily just be classed as the southern top of Cruach Ardrain. However it has managed to obtain its own Munro status and who are we to rock the boat. One of the best things Beinn Tulaichean has going for it is the fantastic views you get of the Cruach Ardrain summit ridges. Seeing the array of ridges from this angle is a bit different from those which most see from Glen Falloch and definitely brings a bit of variety. Another good use of Beinn Tulaichean is to use it as a crossing point if you are trying to accomplish many of the Crianlarich Munros in one go. Its southern ridge connects to Beinn a Chroin and as mentioned above its north ridge connects up to Cruach Ardrain saving a long descent / re-ascent between the two.
Beinn Tulaichean is only 946m (3104ft) so is definitely not the largest of the Munros and really is outclassed by its neighbour Cruach Ardrain. It therefore we are afraid to say, really is only a baggers hill.