Beinn Ghlas is a simple mountain to climb, with slopes primarily of grass with some steep outcrops, located in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. The northern side is rocky and should be avoided. It is one of the UK's most frequently scrambled mountains, due to its proximity to The National Trust Visitor Centre and Nature Trail. It reaches a height of 1103 m (3618 feet) and is classified as a Munro. It is oftenly climbed with Ben Lawers, being the main access to it. It is almost never climbed on its own right, but it supports a beautiful arctic flora and is part of the Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve.