Beinn Bhuidhe is an isolated Munro lying separate from the main Arrochar Alps cluster. It is rarely visited by anyone other than Munroists meaning you should hopefully get at least a bit of the hill to yourself. Situated right at the head of Loch Fyne there is not much else about Beinn Bhuidhe in terms of mountains its really just moorland. Beinn Bhuidhe has something about it that makes it feel very different to the rest of the Arrochar Alps which is no bad thing and brings a bit of a change to the over crowdedness associated with the rest of the Alps. Another good aspect to Beinn Bhuidhe is that the route starts a stones throw away from Loch Fyne ( restaurant ) which is known internationally for its fantastic local seafood.
A small car park is available just east of the Loch Fyne restaurant in the A83 which is the best place to start any route for Beinn Bhuidhe.