Beinn a' Bheithir (, 'Mountain of the Thunderbolt') is a mountain lying to the south of Ballachulish, on the south side of Loch Leven in the Scottish Highlands. It boasts two Munro summits: the higher peak Sgorr Dhearg lies about 2 km (1.2 mi) east of Sgorr Dhonuill (Sgurr Dhòmhnaill).
The mountain forms a horseshoe shape, with ridges pointing north enclosing the corrie of Gleann a' Chaolais (Glenachulish). The lower slopes on this side are cloaked in conifer plantations. To the south the mountain forms a steep ridge forming the northern wall of Glen Duror, which is also forested.
There are several routes up Beinn a' Bheithir. One of the simplest is to head through the forestry up Gleann a' Chaolais, reaching the 757 m (2,484 ft) high bealach between the two summits. Both summits can be bagged from here, and the walker may descend by the route of ascent.
Other routes on include the north and northwest ridges of Sgorr Dhearg, or a steep ascent from Glen Duror.
Read more about Beinn A' Bheithir: Folk Tale
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... told in Gaelic and English about the Beinn Bheithir Dragon ... do Ghleann Comhann air an cur air tir, Beinn Ghuilbin, ach a nis ‘s e theirear ris Beinn Bheithir… The mountain at whose base tourists to Glencoe ... The rock is still known as the Dragon’s Rock, and on it Beinn Bheithir House now stands ...