Beinn Ime is part of the collective of mountains to the west of Loch Lomond known as the Arrochar Alps.
Beinn Ime is the highest of all 5 munros in this group which create a beautifully dramatic landscape between the Loch Lomond National Park and Argyll.
Standing at 3,317ft this mountain can be climbed from it’s gentler southern side, starting from the shore of Loch Long at the Succoth car park in Arrochar.
Enjoy some dramatic scenery during your ascent with stunning views of the Cobbler and over the moorland of the Cowal Peninsula and beyond.
In Gailic Beinn Ime, pronounced ‘byn eem’ meaning ‘butter mountain ‘ refers to the butter that used to be made at the high shieling pastures.