Tiorga Mòr

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Tiorga Mòr is the most westerly of the Harris Grahams and thus is a superlative viewpoint. After an initial boggy section on the approach, the northwest ridge makes for a fine route of ascent; the descent via Tiorga Beag is again wet but provides a grand view of the massive overhanging precipice of Sròn Uladal.


Rough and pathless hillwalking, steep in places, with some boggy sections.

Public Transport

Bus service between Tarbert and Huisinish.


Start of track to the Chliostair power station, B887. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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