Liathach, Glen Torridon

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Liathach is rated by many mountaineers and hillwalkers as Scotland's finest mountain, challenged only by An Teallach and the Cuillin of Skye. Its traverse is an expedition that will be remembered forever.

Terrain

Well-trodden but exceedingly steep terrain throughout. There is mild rock scrambling en-route to the ridge, and awkward bouldery terrain along it. The path round the Am Fasarinen pinnacles is very exposed, requiring a good head for heights, and the descent from Mullach an Rathain includes steep scree. If unsure, hire a guide.

Public Transport

Traveline Scotland.

Start

Small parking area east of Glen Cottage. Map and directions.

Deer Stalking infomation

National Trust for Scotland. No stalking issues.

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