Beinn Eibhinn is at the west end of a long craggy ridge connecting 3 Munros including Aonach Beag and Geal Charn. Beinn Eibhinn looks over Coire a' Charra Mhoir. A deep corrie giving the mountain a fantastic NE face. The summit ridge runs SE – NW before splitting into two ridges to drop back into Strath Ossian. The SE ridge circles round the rim of Coire a' Charra Mhoir over craggy slopes to reach a bealach between connecting Munro Aonach Beag. The southern slopes although they are not particularly craggy are steep and therefore not normally ascended.
These are remote hills only really accessed by long walk in from either Glen Spean to the north or Dalwhinne from the NE. The Dalwhinne option has the benefit in that a lot of the track can by cycled. There is also Courrour Halt on the west Highlands line to the west of Loch Ossian which will cut down the walk in a bit.
Whichever way you approach from, Beinn Eibhibb and its two counterparts make up a fantastic day on these remote hills.