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An Teallach (Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill & Sgurr Fiona)

An Teallach (Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill & Sgurr Fiona)

Postby bar72 » Thu Jul 18, 2013 10:28 pm

Route description: An Teallach, Dundonnell

Munros included on this walk: Bidein a' Ghlas Thuill (An Teallach), Sgurr Fiona (An Teallach)

Date walked: 16/07/2013

Time taken: 6 hours

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Had a few hours to spare so decided to do An Teallach seeing as we were staying at Badrallach Camp Site. Didn't do the full traverse as it was 50 MPH gusts & i have no rock climbing experience (

Looking back down to the start point, the Mountain Rescue Centre, from Meall Garbh's ridge

The North Ridge of Glas Mheall Mor.

Looking back down to Little Loch Broom, nr. Dundonnell

From the Sron a Choire the route climbs slightly to reach a col. Climbed up the scree and boulders to the trig point on the summit of Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill, the summit of the 1st Munro

An Teallach's pinnacles from the north.

ridge path is the way up to the 2nd summit, Sgurr Fiona.

Looking back to Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill (1st Munro) from Sgurr Fiona (2nd Munro)

return can be done by going back the same route as you came up or by traversing the entire ridge.
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