Streap, near Glenfinnan
Streap is a magnificent mountain, just 5m below Munro height but ranking amongst the finest Corbetts. This route approachs it along a grand, undulating ridge with a dramatic final arete leading up to the summit. The route continues over the subsidiary peak of Streap Comhlaidh before a long, steep grassy descent. The route gives a more strenuous day than a glance at the map might suggest.
Track for approach, then rough, often steep and pathless hillwalking.
Bus services run along the A830; Glenfinnan (2.5km) has a train station.
Parking off the A830 just west of bridge over the Dubh Lighe.
Deer Stalking information
North of Sgurr Thuilm-Sgurr nan Coireachan ridge and Streap summit (including land west of Streap-Leac na Carnaich ridge): Glen Dessary Estate. Stalking between mid-Aug and 20 Oct. No stalking on Sundays. Access information is available at http://www.glendessary.info/. Signs are posted on the gate by the parking area at the west end of Loch Arkaig indicating where stalking is taking place and suggested routes to popular destinations.
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