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Sgurr Fhuaran

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Sgurr Fhuaran is the central and highest peak of the renowned Five Sisters of Kintail. A perfect cone, its west ridge is perhaps the longest continuous ascent route in Scotland - but usually Sgurr Fhuaran is approached over its neighbours.

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Region: Kintail

Altitude: 1067 metres

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Detailed route description and map

Five Sisters of Kintail traverse

Other routes and challenges

If not completing the classic ridgewalk given above, it is possible to ascend and / or descent the west ridge of Sgurr Fhuaran. The going is straightforward but punishingly steep for almost 1000m in height. An alternative is the east ridge from Gleann Lichd house; this narrow ridge looks very tempting from afar but the more remote start means it sees few people.

The traverse of the Five Sisters is a long and demanding walk in its own right; the super-fit may attempt to extend it by also including the three further Munros of the Brothers ridge, and perhaps even Ciste Dhubh as well.

Walker-friendly accommodation in the area

Kintail Hotels

Kintail B&B

Kintail Cottages

Kintail Hostels

Panoramic summit view (click to open)



Munro book

Users' walk reports for Sgurr Fhuaran

There are 3766 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Sgurr Fhuaran. They have contributed 69 public walk reports including this summit. These are ordered below with the most recent ones first. The rightmost column shows how many summits were included in their report, which may help you to find the most relevant reports.

Title AuthorDate walked LikesHills
  20/09/2020  4 M3
  20/09/2020  4 M6
  09/08/2020  0 M3
  29/11/2019  1 M3
  25/09/2019  0 M3
  13/09/2019  2 M3
  14/06/2019  0 M3
  27/04/2019  0 M7
  04/08/2018  4 M3
  17/07/2018  11 M7
  07/07/2018  7 M3
  09/09/2017  1 M3
  20/08/2017  0 M3
  04/06/2017  6 M3
  11/05/2017  0 M13
  15/04/2017  0 M3
  24/10/2016  9 M3
  17/09/2016  1 M6
  01/06/2016  4 M3
  11/09/2015  2 M3
  22/08/2015  0 M7
  15/08/2015  1 M6
  10/06/2015  3 M8
  02/05/2015  2 M3
  01/05/2015  4 M6
  13/10/2014  8 M6
  20/09/2014  10 M6
  10/08/2014  0 M3
  29/06/2014  25 M9
  07/06/2014  4 M3
  29/05/2014  2 M3
  17/05/2014  5 M6
  02/05/2014  8 M14
  12/10/2013  0 M4
  01/10/2013  0 M3
  30/09/2013  1 M3
  22/09/2013  3 M7
  09/08/2013  0 M3
  15/07/2013  33 M12
  09/07/2013  9 M12
  09/05/2013  9 M11
  20/03/2013  5 M3
  07/10/2012  6 M3
  21/09/2012  17 M9
  15/09/2012  3 M3
  26/08/2012  2 M3
  14/08/2012  1 M3
  17/07/2012  1 M7C1
  26/05/2012  9 M3
  25/05/2012  3 M13
  04/05/2012  2 M10
  04/05/2012  1 M3
  14/04/2012  2 M6
  31/03/2012  15 M3
  31/03/2012  12 M3
  31/03/2012  8 M3
  31/03/2012  5 M6
  31/03/2012  4 M3
  05/02/2012  5 M3
  10/09/2011  20 M6
  25/08/2011  8 M3
  30/07/2011  2 M7
  29/07/2011  3 M7
  04/07/2011  0 M6
  26/04/2011  1 M7C1
  29/08/2010  0 M3
  15/05/2010  1 M3
  27/03/2010  0 M3
  01/06/2008  1 M3

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