Binnein Beag is the most Northern of the Mamore range and sits in a block of 4 Munros that form the eastern section of the region. It is the little brother of its neighbour Binnein Mor which is much larger. Binnein Beag has a fine conical summit and boasts fine craggy slopes to the west and east. Binnein Beag connects to Binnein Mor via its SW ridge with some good scrambling opportunities near to the summit.
Binnein Beag is normally combined with three other Munros Na Gruagaichean, Binnein Mor and Sgurr Eilde Mor to form a fantastic day on the hills although it can just as easily be split into smaller outings. Most people climb Binnein Beag from the north starting in Glen Nevis. Parking is available at a car park at the western end of the Glen but will involve roughly an 8km walk in through the Glen to reach the base of hill. You can equally do this walk starting from Kinlochleven in the south but a walk through Glen Nevis is a must for this area!