An Ruadh-stac

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An Ruadh-stac is an exceptionally steep and rocky mountain that yields nothing to its higher neighbour, the Munro Maol Cheann-dearg.

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Region: Torridon

Altitude: 892 metres

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Detailed route description and map

An Ruadh-stac, from Coulags

Other routes and challenges

The above route can be combined with the Munro, Maol Chean-dearg. The Bealach an Ruadh Stac - used on the route above - could be reached via stalkers' paths from Annat on Loch Torridon, but this is a much longer approach.

It is possible to ascend from the south over Ruadh Stac Bheag, but very rough ground and few paths act as deterrent.

Walker-friendly accommodation in the area

Lochcarron Hotels

Lochcarron B&B

Lochcarron Cottages

Torridon Hostels

Panoramic summit view (click to open)

Users' walk reports for An Ruadh-stac

There are 502 Walkhighlanders who have climbed An Ruadh-stac. They have contributed 26 public walk reports including this summit. These are ordered below with the most popular ones first. The rightmost column shows how many summits were included in their report, which may help you to find the most relevant reports.

Title AuthorDate walked LikesHills
  18/04/2014  16 M3C1
  18/04/2014  11 M7C4
  07/11/2015  9 M1C1
  26/09/2019  7 M1C1
  07/04/2016  7 C1
  16/09/2014  7 M1C1
  19/04/2014  7 C1
  28/05/2018  6 C1
  17/10/2015  6 M1C1
  27/05/2012  6 C1
  23/03/2019  5 M1C12G1
  06/09/2020  4 C1
  21/09/2019  4 M1C1
  10/06/2019  4 M1C1
  23/08/2016  4 C2
  31/08/2020  3 M1C1
  14/09/2018  3 C1
  05/05/2012  3 M3C1
  01/11/2015  2 C1
  08/02/2014  2 C1
  11/08/2020  1 C1
  19/10/2014  1 M1C1
  24/07/2017  0 C1
  04/10/2016  0 C1
  11/06/2016  0 M1C1
  26/08/2007  0 C1

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