Ben Aden, by Loch Quoich
Ben Aden - or Beinn an Aodain to give its correct Gaelic name - is one of the remotest Corbetts. Although surrounded by higher Munros this is a hill of real character; rocky, steep and rugged, the ascent provides a real challenge for many. The approach along the shores of Loch Quoich makes it possible to ascend in a day, but requires a decent spell of dry weather before attempting, as the crossing of the Abhainn Chosaidh is impossible in spate conditions and the start of the walk also requires a long detour if water levels are high.
Very rough and - in places - wet underfoot, with potentially hazardous river crossings.
Start of old track down towards Loch Quoich at NG993034.
Hillwalking in Winter
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