Dismiss, Viewing 23 posts - 1 through 23 (of 23 total), Premier Partners for Singletrack issues & exclusive subscriber perks, Metcheck MTB Weather Forecasts At A Glance, The Self Improvement Edition: Fresh Goods Friday 532, Singletrack Podcast – Where we try to unscramble what Brexit means for us, How A Singletrack Membership Can Save You From Polar Bears, Singletrack Issue 127 | Letting go and finding flow, This topic has 22 replies, 17 voices, and was last updated. With my route chosen, I started to plan things in a little more detail with an Ordinance Survey map. Another one that wasn’t too keen on the Bealach Bawbag. As a slight aside, if one carried on west from the Beaclach Dubh along the side of Uisage Labhair it would give access to Loch Ossian and beyond. The top can be identified by the trig point. The bit between Loch Pattick and Alder Cottage is really good though; great trail and superb scenery. With no one to ask, I did a quick self-assessment, determined I still felt I had enough energy at this point to complete the trip, and then decided to descend via the waterfall based on the fact that I could always bum slide down the grassy slopes to the side if necessary. Ben Alder. In reality, this would be left behind as a carrot to walk quickly back towards. Photo from Bealach Dubh looking down to Ossian, and then looking back, once down towards Ossian, Total and utter ballache, and that was on foot. Classic Ben Alder Loop Anti-clockwise. How does this work? This has been a great success as the last time i rode it the going was soft and boggy in a lot of paces. Lots to encounter - high plateaus, lochans, ridges, fantastic views - all while bagging 6 Munros ! The magnificent Ben Alder Estate is located in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. Name: Ben Alder Crossing Type: Private User worked Crossing with Telephone with Whistleboards Location: Highland Postcode: PH191AD Route: Scotland ELR: HGL2 Distance: 58 miles 30 chains Individual risk rating: B (Very High) Collective risk rating: 6 (Moderate) Last assessment: November 2020 Next assessment due: February 2020 Types of trains: Passenger & Freight I packed two rucksacks. Other Notes: cairn 15m E at NN 49633 71847 may be as high. I climbed the path upto 5167 7427 and headed for the Bheinn Bheoil ridge. So for 2.5 hours, I slogged up the hillside through the non-existent forest, and into the clouds. I packed on the Wednesday beforehand, making a list of all the food I would need to buy on the way. Mountain Biking | Ben Alder, Scottish Highlands (MBUK 330) | A long, hard day out in the Scottish mountains, with stunning views, bothies, singletrack and remote riding to reward the brave. Post Office, West Wemyss Burns Wynd, United Kingdom View full timetable Go to station. It would be a big task but I felt it was possible. Time taken: 13 hours. The long walk in to Ben Alder is oh-so worth it, especially if you pick up the adjacent Munros too. In it, I would talk 4L of water, food with many thousands of calories, a hat, gloves, water proofs, belay jacket, GPS, a small running bag, and crucially a boat. Walks up Ben Alder But you still have to do it. After doing a little research, it became clear that to my knowledge, no one has yet climbed Ben Alder in a single day on foot, and the only realistic way to do it in a day was to either take a bike, or get permission to drive up one of the various tracks dotted around the mountain. The Dalwhinnie route has ben resurfaced from above Ben Alder Lodge to the hay feeder. I had been traveling for 4.5 hours, and my time schedule was no longer existent. View on Map. The route I opted for was from the North East (from Drumochter Summit on the A9). Cracking day out though: The topic ‘Ben Alder Circuit’ is closed to new replies. It looks suspiciously like a bogfest! Stay in the bothy and climb the remaining Ben Alder 2 the next day, I biked back and drove home! BEN ALDER is a particularly beautiful and attractive mountain. Introduction. Belvedere Hotel, West Wemyss Coxtool, United Kingdom View full timetable Go to station. I felt the gear stash was a great idea for keeping the speed up and maintaining good progress, as there wasn’t any real need to take anything else. Getting in to the loch, I had a fair amount of apprehension, and it wasn’t until I got to the middle and looked down the length of the loch that I realised exactly what I was doing. His enthusiasm and knowledge of the old Highland gave us the drive to press on with a new build. Use my current location. Direction: Ballingry (95 stops) Show on map Change direction. Conditions permitting, we’ll climb both. Ben Alder at first glance looks to be an easy to reach Munro, but having a closer look reveals it’s one of the most remote mountains in Scotland. Download or bag Ben Alder (#345) Hill Details + GPS Waypoints: The Archies are all the mountains of Scotland with a summit of 1000m or more also having a 100m Ben Alder (Gaelic: Beinn Eallair) is the highest mountain in the remote area of the Scottish Highlands between Loch Ericht and Glen Spean.The vast summit plateau is home of one of Britain's highest bodies of standing water, Lochan a' Garbh Coire. At 1,148m in elevation, Ben Alder is interestingly, albeit slightly irrelevantly, home to one of the highest bodies of standing water in the UK. There are three roads which triangulate the mountain, but they are all around 10 miles away and lurking behind other mountain ranges. 2 users have logged this. Uploaded by lawrenceway on Jan 29, 2018 Region: United Kingdom. Covering some 68000 acres stretching from Loch Rannoch to Dalwhinnie. Anybody done the Glengarry Forest loop? Ben Alder is 1148 metres high. Best route: Ben Alder's remoteness can be either a blessing or a curse, depending on your point of view, but most people take in the summit as part of a two-day trip with a wild camp or bothy stay. Near the bothy we saw a few people heading for the hills in different directions, but soon we were on our own. And the descent off the other side isn’t even that special. Trail 100 - Ben Alder Circuit is an expert Hiking Tour: 16.9 km and takes 05:38 h. View this route or plan your own! Contact Us Because of its remote situation, hill-walkers often camp or stay in the bothies nearby. Ben Alder, by Stuart Stronach. Done a few KW routes so used to a carry. Time: 6hrs to 9hrs. http://www.flickr.com/photos/jocarda1/sets/72157600940047315/. For those interested in the route I took, I manage to track the route via GPS which you can see here: https://connect.garmin.com/modern/activity/1198710622. Is the best route done via the Bealach Cumhann then Bealach Breabag with what looks like a horrendous hikeabike? This route begins from Culra bothy; the walk in from Dalwhinnie to Culra is described separately. Feedback Always Hide βeta. The top can be identified by the trig point. Total climb: 1,300m (4,265ft). The road to the isles is also quite boggy, but mostly rideable. some photos here but they probably don’t show the misery very well: Compared to the Beinn A’Ghlo curcuit, the riding and scenery is of a higher quality. In the morning we made a quick detour to Bothy Bikes in Aviemore for much needed waterproof socks and then we were on the road to Laggan for a two day loop of Ben Alder. Each route is around 10-12 miles in length, and for scale, the loch to the east of Ben Alder is 14.5 miles long (Loch Ericht). In truth, I didn’t actually know if any of the route would be possible, and even if it was, I had no idea how long any of it would take. I decided to walk in, do the round of Munro’s and walk out in the one day. Ben Alder has an awesome presence! Login/cookie issues? By 11am, I reached the base of the climb. Time taken: 13 hours. All the walking routes up Ben Alder on Mud and Routes can be found below. To be able to look after yourself in challenging situations is both satisfying and rewarding, but I wanted to find somewhere I could push myself within the confines of Scotland. I’d previously taken it on the rapids of the River Dee (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EC7h8N3yuxM), but had never previously crossed a loch before, or even any notable stretch of extended water. Ben Alder is a summit in the region or range in Scotland. Chasing the Ephemeral. Elevation and ascent statistics with customisable elevation graph. Has anyone ridden along the shores of Loch Erich to/from Ben Alder … To put this in perspective, here is an overview of the area surrounding Ben Alder. Other Notes: cairn 15m E at NN 49633 71847 may be as high. Ben Alder has an awesome presence! Region: Fort William to Loch Ericht: Classification: Munro Height: 1148m: OS Grid Ref: NN496718: OS Map (25k) 385E 393: OS Map (50k) 42: Lat: 56.813377: Lng -4.465373: My Logs. I know a few other instances where there is a very evident clash between REALITY and WHAT KENNY WILSON SAYS in his book. Physically, despite not being able to easily walk today (the day after), I didn’t find the day too taxing, save for the final climb which was in 28 degree Celsius heat. Then comes the exciting bit. The Ben Alder Tour This one has been around in various guide books for a while - it even pre-dates the path work so must have been hard going in those days. There is nothing I can say on a posative note about the ball-ache of a push up. Ben Alder Day 1 Download to Mobile/Tablet. The route is very popular with walkers who ride to the Culra Bothy, leave their bikes, camp and walk the many munros in the area before riding out. Ben Macdui (Scottish Gaelic: Beinn Mac Duibh, meaning Mac Duff's Hill) is the second highest mountain in Scotland (and all of the British Isles) after Ben Nevis, and the highest in the Cairngorms National Park.The summit elevation is 1,309 meters (4,295 feet) AMSL. During packing, I was feeling cautiously pessimistic, and so the first item I put in was a sleeping bag (which seemed to defeat the point of trying to do the climb in a single day). As you come over the saddle below Lancet edge before Bealach Cumhann look out for the remains of a Wellington Bomber. That in a length of about 7 or 8 km (I think). Hide Search . With poor visibility and great skill, Simon navigated along the ridge. The Route . Even when I reached about 1000m, I still didn’t know if I would make it. I replaced the big rucksack with a small running bag, 2L of water, a coat, gloves, a GPS and some food, and then headed on the path along the side of the loch. It was the shortest route, but it had an obstacle which I assumed put most people off from taking this route, mainly Loch Ericht. I’ve got to Loch Ossian from Ben Alder cottage, but the long way round. Looking downstream. Into the mountains Total climb: 1,300m (4,265ft). Comlete bogfest. We headed for Dalwhinnie railway station before unloading the bikes and embarking on a 53km ride around Ben Alder. It is hard to stress the self-reliance demands in a situation like this, where you are now at the furthest point away from safety which is located somewhere behind two mountain ranges. I was thinking that. Kenny Wilson makes it plain that this is a pyar epic route, there’s no ambiguity there at all in his write up. Ben Alder (Highland) weather. Despite the psychological challenges, there really is nothing more refreshing than standing on a big hill, no matter how you have got there, taking in the 360 degree view, and not seeing single person for as far as the eye can see. The classic route is a circuit from Culra bothy (closed at the time of writing) incorporating the Long Leachas ridge (easy Grade 1 scrambling, or Grade I in winter), Ben Alder, and Beinn Bheoil (1019m). The 4th June (2016) looked to be a perfect day for the attempt. Introduction. Not even I could get lost here without a map. The route is very popular with walkers who ride to the Culra Bothy, leave their bikes, camp and walk the many munros in the area before riding out. At the top, I finished my last drop from an original 4L of water (which I thought was impressive), and then plodded on for the remainder of the journey with the A9 in sight nearly all the way. . About Ben Alder. The route starts out easy - down Loch Ericht over and across to Culra, over the Bealach Dubh / Cumhain to Ben Alder … 54398 Ben Alder at Dawsholm shed New Build Locomotive Scotland began with the simple realisation; that among all the new builds currently being undertaken across the preservation scene, none of them represent the majesty that was a Scottish Pre-grouping locomotive. Joseph Buchanan wrote on July 24, 2011 Did all six with my wife we cycled in from Dalwhinnie to Culra which took around 2 hours and camped across from the bothy. The area I was in was practically uninhabited, and so if anything went wrong, I was on my own, I had to get myself out of the situation, and if that meant giving myself an enema Bear Grylls style to stay alive, so be it. Since no one has previously documented any attempts, I had nothing to go by. Der Ben Alder (schottisch-gälisch Beinn Eallair) ist ein 1148 Meter hoher Berg in Schottland.Sein gälischer Name bedeutet Berg von Fels und Wasser. I tried not to think about that, and instead, descended back into the clouds towards Loch Ericht. At times it felt like the cloud was going to lift, but it clung on to Ben Alder stubbornly. Choices are naturally limited in the mountains themselves – there are bothies en route (see below), but we rough-camped at a superb site below Ben Alder… Stay in the bothy and climb the remaining Ben Alder 2 the next day, I biked back and drove home! Plotted with the plotaroute.com route planner. Balfa, here’s a clue, the problem in winter isn’t the quality of the paths. What’s the wider opinion? Upon getting back to the other side, I realised that for the first time, I could probably complete the challenge, but since I had already been moving for around 9 hours, I would be looking at a total of 12 or 13 hours car-to-car by the time I managed to get over the final mountain range of the day. With Scotland’s 10th largest loch, Loch Ericht, five Munros and some of Scotland’s most pristine scenery, Ben Alder Estate’s luxury lodges are an ideal setting for truly memorable holidays. Forecast days. Take the track past white houses on the left to the railway barrier under the railway arch. Other routes and challenges. 12.00 – Heading southwards along the ridge. 18 users have this on their wishlist. I started the walk at 6:30am, and since it is a Scottish summer, I wouldn’t have to worry about darkness unless I happened to still be walking at 1am the next day, when it would be slightly dusky. This would have to be without the use of a bike, and without driving down any tracks which may have varying permissions depending on the land owner. Overview; Photos 1; Culra Couloir; McCooke's Gully ; 300m. There is one redeeming feature – about 300 yards of singletrack near the bottom of the glen. It is the 25 th highest Munro and due to its remote location, is one of the less frequently visited. The Route . Situated 19km from Dalwhinnie and 15km from Corrour railway station, it is commonly climbed in a two day expedition, usually including the neighbouring Munro of Beinn Bheoil. Ascent: 2400m. Crossing Data. Literally the bare essentials I would need which would act as a safety net by allowing me to go quicker rather than forcing me to spend the night out under the boat/stars. Walks up Ben Alder I ruled out the route to the North West from Moy due to the multiple mountains between the road and Ben Alder. Find the right bike route for you through Kirkcaldy, where we've got 51 cycle routes to explore. Ben Alder No ratings yet. Help-Crag Map. From the map below, I decided I would park at the A9 and walk along the track through the Dalnaspidal Forest, which had decidedly few trees; none in fact. This meant leaving the boat by the water’s edge along with my heavy rucksack of water and warm clothing. Ben Alder is 1148m above sea level, and is in the Fort William to Loch Ericht region. There is at least 10km of really nice singletrack. With most professional sport, it’s comforting to know that at the end of the day, no matter how much energy you’ve expended, and no matter how exhausted you are, you’ll finish up sitting comfortably, either in a car or the back of an ambulance. Link Removal They choked a little when I said I’d walked from the A9. The route I opted for was from the North East (from Drumochter Summit on the A9). The Dalwhinnie route has ben resurfaced from above Ben Alder Lodge to the hay feeder. Ben Alder is 1148m above sea level, and is in the Fort William to Loch Ericht region. Are there other sections more prone to damage? From Culra Ben Alder looks magnificent, with two rocky ridges - the … John was a great supporter of the project, he was given Membership No1 in recognition of his help in getting Ben Alder started; any questions we had regarding the Highland Railway or the Ben’s was always replied with a full and concise answer. Distance: 52.7km (32.7 miles). But in the mountains there are so many more possibilities. Fill up on pizza in Fort Augustus before weaving north around the lochs, with a crucial resupply at the Contin Stores near Strathpeffer before embarking on the stunning northern loop. Ben Alder I decided to walk in, do the round of Munro’s and walk out in the one day. Route type: Other Total climb: 2,718.24 ft Distance: 25.63 km, 15.92 miles. Is the best route done via the Bealach Cumhann then Bealach Breabag with what looks like a horrendous hikeabike? Doesn’t seem to come up too much. Ben Alder is a summit in the region or range in Scotland. Well, an inflatable dinghy, commonly called a pack raft, to be precise. The Route. It starts off with a logging road section along Loch Ericht which then continues up to Culra Bothy (changes to singletrack a few kilometres out). This feature was first published in Trail magazine, November 2016. Aonach Beag is a 1,116-metre (3,661 ft) mountain in the Highlands of Scotland in the remote area between Loch Ericht and Loch Laggan located about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) northwest of Ben Alder.Its prominence is 99 metres (325 ft) with its parent peak, Geal-Charn, about 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) to the east. Culra bothy is closed due to the presence of asbestos so it is necessary to carry a tent and camp nearby. Bealach Breabag is better than the loch shore. Each route is around 10-12 miles in length, and for scale, the loch to the east of Ben Alder is 14.5 miles long (Loch Ericht). Best route: Ben Alder's remoteness can be either a blessing or a curse, depending on your point of view, but most people take in the summit as part of a two-day trip with a wild camp or bothy stay. The worse section of ‘biking’ I have ever done. Yes 6-7 kms of carrybike. Detailed route description and map. Ben Alder Estate Dalwhinnie Inverness-shire PH19 1AE. Premier Club And as a closing remark, I would implore you to go and explore this remote corner of Scotland. From photos it looks like fairly well armoured stalkers paths for the most part. The route to the South was the longest, and actually looked quite boring. Ben Alder - Routes If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. It is getting to the time of year where the weather forecast and conditions on the ground are very important before getting the bike out for this sort of trip. It may have potentially been the quickest route, but it was essentially walking along a river then a loch for hours and hours, before ascending the hill, then returning back to the car. Thinking it might be better to do it June time. We set off at about 7am and followed the path. Basically you carry straight up the hillside behind the cottage (there is a path marked but no single clear line on the ground) until you top out on the Bealach Breabag at 840m. After 2 hours of walking I reached the top of the col, and for the first time, emerged through a cloud inversion and basked a little in the sun. But the above perspectives don’t look good. Ben Alder is the highest mountain between Loch Ericht and Glen Spean. Ben Alder Weather (Days 0-3): The weather forecast for Ben Alder is: A light covering of new snow mostly falling on Wed afternoonFreeze-thaw conditions (max 2°C on Wed afternoon, min -6°C on Tue morning)Wind will be generally light. 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