Sgòr Gaoith, from Glen Feshie

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Sgòr Gaoith gives a superb, fairly short hillwalk when approached from Glen Feshie. The ascent passes through some magnificent pinewoods before climbing the bare upper slopes to reach a vast plateau. The summit is extremely dramatic perched on the very edge of the vast broken crags that plunge down to Loch Einich; the views are superb.


Excellent constructed approach path; terrain higher up is mostly fairly easy going on short moss, but difficult navigation in poor visibility. Some boulders on the Geal Chàrn ridge, which is pathless.

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None to start.


By Allt Ruadh bridge, east side of Glen Feshie. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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