Sgùrr Mhic Chòinnich
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Sgùrr Mhic Chòinnich is a wedge-shaped ridge of rock above the back of Coire Lagan. For non-climbers it is probably one of the more difficult Cuillin Munros, the ridge from the bealach having one particularly exposed climb up. The mountain is named after the early local climbing guide, John Mackenzie.
Region: Isle of Skye
Altitude: 948 metres
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Detailed route description and map
Other routes and challenges
The only feasible alternative for very experienced scramblers is to ascend via Hart's Ledge (commonly known as Collie's Ledge, though the first ascent has been reattributed).
Walker-friendly accommodation in the area
Users' walk reports for Sgùrr Mhic Chòinnich
There are 4036 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Sgùrr Mhic Chòinnich. They have contributed 63 public walk reports including this summit. These are ordered below with the most popular ones first. The rightmost column shows how many summits were included in their report, which may help you to find the most relevant reports.