Ben More via A' Chioch and Beinn Fhada
The A' Chioch ridge provides the classic approach to Ben More for scramblers, revealing the finest features of the mountain. Adding Beinn Fhada as well makes for a full mountain day. The final slope up Ben More is unpleasantly loose and steep with tricky route finding.
Boggy to start. Rocky mountain ridges with exposed easy scrambling. Great care required on final ascent up very steep slope with loose, broken rocks and tricky route finding.
None to start.
Parking area on B8035 near Rubha na Moine.
Deer Stalking information
Ben More West of Abhainn Dhiseig, Ben More summit and Maol nan Damh: Ardmeanach Estates. North of Abhainn Dhiseig, Ben More summit, A’Chioch and Creag Mhic Fhionnlaidh: Benmore Estate. All other approaches from south: Rossal and Ardvergnish. All estates: most stalking between early Sept and 20 Oct. Routes following the main ridges are always OK. No stalking on Sundays. If further information is needed please phone 01681 705229 for Ardmeanach, 01680 300229 for Benmore Estate or 01681 704252 for Rossal & Ardvergnish, or visit http://www.mdmg.co.uk/deer-stalking/.
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