Elevation (feet): 3,173
Elevation (meters): 967
Continent: Europe
Country: United Kingdom
Range/Region: Scottish Highlands
Latitude: 57.7196
Longitude: -5.3463
Difficulty: Scramble
Best months for climbing: May, Jun, Jul
Nearest major airport: Inverness
Convenient Center: Inverness

Thanks to Stephen Middlemiss for adding this peak.

Reguarded as the remotest peak in scotland. Steep cliffs around the south to west side. Three ways in to the summit. From Poolewe a 40 km round trip, in scenic surroundings. From corrie hallie a similar distance with two river crossings, which can be difficult in spate (no bridges). From incheril a 38 km round trip. Most people take two days to climb it and return either camping, bivouacing or staying in the bothy at shenavall.

Trip Reports

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  • Log #21206 - by Simon Beck on Mar 03, 2008
    Just to say the difficulty is hardly 'scramble', surely it's no more than a walk? Simon