Sgorr Craobh a'Chaorainn

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Sgorr Craobh a'Chaorainn is a fine mountain to the south of Loch Shiel, a near neighbour of the better known Sgurr Ghiubhsachain.

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Region: Fort William

Altitude: 775 metres

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Detailed route description and map

The Sgurr Ghiubhsachain round, from Callop

Other routes and challenges

A much shorter route would be to climb Sgurr Craobh a' Chaorainn alone, using the descent route described in the route guide above.

Another classic option is to ascend Sgurr Ghiubhsachain via its northeast ridge from Ghiubhsachain on Loch Shiel (reached by walking along the track from Callop). The ridge is steep with optional scrambling; from the summit of Sgurr Ghiubhsachain you can continue as described in the route above.

Walker-friendly accommodation in the area

Glenfinnan Hotels

Glenfinnan B&B

Glenfinnan Cottages

Lochaber Hostels

Panoramic summit view (click to open)

Users' walk reports for Sgorr Craobh a'Chaorainn

There are 330 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Sgorr Craobh a'Chaorainn. They have contributed 15 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
  14/03/2012  24 M5C8
  24/07/2017  9 C4
  21/04/2012  9 C6
  22/04/2017  3 C3
  22/04/2017  3 C3
  22/04/2017  3 C3
  04/06/2016  3 C5
  09/03/2013  3 C3G2
  31/12/2017  2 M1C1S3
  01/05/2014  2 C6
  18/10/2015  1 C6
  18/11/2014  1 C3
  25/03/2011  1 C3
  07/08/2010  1 C2
  14/06/2014  0 C3

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