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An Teallach is one of the narrowest mountain ridges in Scotland; with cliffs up to 1700 feet high. And definitely one of the most beautiful. It is situated in the north of the country.
|Nearest major airport:||Inverness or Aberdeen|
Thanks to Frank Verwijs for adding this peak.
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NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name
There are 7 trip reports for An Teallach.
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- Log #11262 - by foinaven on Nov 01, 2004Super mountain - narrow, exposed, steep. Great winter routes from the Toll an Lochain.
- Log #11263 - by foinaven on Nov 01, 2004A very fine mountain. Narrow, exposed scrambling necessary. Tremendous winter lines from Toll an Lochain (the great north facing corrie).
- Log #11257 - by
Niall Annan on Jan 19, 2004First time, 10m visibility & 75Km/h winds, very dodgy. Second time, Warm for October, clear sky's and great visibility .
- Log #11258 - by richard chilvers on May 09, 2001An excellent mountain - opinion in our family is divided about whether Liathach is more demanding. My opinion is that An Teallach requires more rock confidence than Liathach but Liathach is a more...
- Log #11259 - by Richard Young on June 06, 2000Fantastic mountain, certainly one of the best in Scotland. Mixed weather on 31st May 2000, with regular showers of sleet, but between the showers good sunny periods with gave fine clear views from...
- Log #11260 - by Alex Hofmann on Oct 05, 1999Fantastic mountain with views and exposure to die for! You can make it as easy or difficult as you like by going 'round the back', but make sure you take the correct gully down (first one you reach...
- Log #11261 - by Robert Peters on Sep 30, 1999Traversed four times, three in summer and once in winter conditions in early April. One of the best ridges in Scotland, Cuillins excluded. Strenuous in snow cover but a day out to remember....