A'Mhaighdean

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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.

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.

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