Sgùrr na Strì
Diminutive Sgùrr Na Strì may be reach 494 metres in height, but it's proof that - when it comes to mountains - size doesn't matter. Reaching it requires a long and quite rugged walk, but the rewards are immense. Many walkers reckon that the view from the summit - over Loch Coruisk, the Cuillin and the sea - is the finest in all Britain.
Clear footpath for most of the walk, but the final ascent to Sgùrr na Strì is rough, rocky and pathless and requires careful route-finding.
Buses from Portree, Broadford and Kyleakin - get off at Sligachan Hotel.
Car park off the road on east side of river at Sligachan.
Deer Stalking information
Sgurr na Stri, Druim Hain and land east of Glen Sligachan managed by John Muir Trust. No stalking issues.
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