|Year first climbed:||1836|
|First successful climber(s):||Duncan McIntyre and Prof James Forbes|
|Nearest major airport:||Glasgow|
|Convenient Center:||Portree / Broadford|
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Peak of the lads. Easy way up is a scramble.
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NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name
There are 4 trip reports for Sgurr Nan Gillean.
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- Log #15459 - by Graham Heaton on Nov 03, 2004I am not suprised people are very wary about going on to summit this peak!!! I have read several guide books and they all make out it is a grade 3 scramble and very very narrow and exposed at the...
- Log #15460 - by
Francis Laleman on Dec 24, 2001My first time up this Scrambler's Haven was on a hot 'n sunny day in the summer of 1995. The bogs at the foot were hot and steamy and contained a symphony of midges. Indeed, this is one of the best...
- Log #15461 - by MMag. phil. Bernhard Fleisch on Dec 27, 2000I climbed this nice peak all alone. The top was engulfed with fog, so I had 2 failed attempts before finding the right route to the top.
- Log #15462 - by Chris Bullard on Dec 05, 2000Good scramble - the best I've done in the British Isles. My son Robert climbed it with me. He was 13 at the time. The top is very small with drops all around and you see the main Cuillin Ridge...