Glen Strathfarrar Munros circuit
A long walk with excellent views and increasing interest from the mountains and ridges further along the route. The walk back along the road, although picturesque, can be tiring at the end of the day, a bike could be used to shorten this section.
Fairly boggy approach. The hills give mostly excellent going with a couple of sections of more awkward boulders. A good stalkers path is used on the descent.
No public transport to the start of the walk.
Parking just off Glen Strathfarrar road between Deanie Power Station and Loch a'Mhuillidh where track heads north.
Hillwalking in Winter
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