Beinn a’ Chleibh is one of the smallest Munros but sitting right next to Ben Lui it looks even smaller ! Beinn a’ Chleibh is made up of a series of large corries with the summit ridge skirting round the edge of the main corrie bowl. Near the summit there are many superb craggy outcrops to add a few scrambling opportunities. As mentioned Beinn a’ Chleibh is normally included in the ascent of Ben Lui and very rarely is it climbed on its own (although that’s not to say you can’t ! ). A high bealach at around 800m separates the two Munros.
Parking is available on the A85 Tyndrum – Oban road just before Clifton. There is a large car park here.
Even with climbing Ben Lui as well this is not an overly strenuous day out much of the walk will be over easy terrain