The thermal properties of a Zr76.11Ti4.20Cu4.51Ni3.16Be1.49Nb10.53 bulk metallic glass (BMG) have been investigated by using a differential scanning calorimeter (DSC). The composition of dendrite phase was then subsequently analyzed by using an EPMA, XRD, and TEM. The glass transition and crystallization onset temperatures were determined as 339.7 °C and 375.8 °C for this BMG, respectively. The Zr-Ti-Nb dendrite phase was found to have a BCC structure. Mechanical properties have also been examined by conducting a series of uniaxial compression tests at various temperatures within supercooled liquid region under the strain rates between 10-4 /s and 3×10-2 /s. The hardness of matrix and dendrite was then measured separately. The glassy matrix appears to play major role on the elongation, while dendrite phase on the strength of this BMG composite at high temperatures within supercooled liquid region.