Meall na h-Eilde and Geal Charn, Loch Arkaig
This pair of Corbetts lying to the north of the foot of Loch Arkaig have a mostly rounded, heathery character. They occupy a great position, however, giving stunning views over Loch Arkaig and Loch Quoich in good conditions towards the rugged peaks of the wild west.
Boggy track to start, stalkers path up glen then pathless heathery hills. Good going on the higher ground.
None to start.
Parking in forestry east of Achnasaul.
Hillwalking in Winter
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