Sgurr na h-Eachainne and Druim na Sgriodain from Corran

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The fine peak of Sgurr na h-Eachainne rises dramatically on the north side of the Corran narrows, and is a familiar sight for travellers along the A82 to Fort William. Further along the ridge is the less impressive summit of the Graham Druim na Sgriodain. The ascent of both gives a steep and rugged hillwalk with spectacular views.

Terrain

Pathless on the hills, steep and rough going. The last part of the descent requires a burn crossing and then an especially steep descent to the mast and requires care, especially in the wet.

Public Transport

Corran Ferry to start; the south side is reached by good bus links.

Start

Parking opposite North Corran church, near Corran Ferry. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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