Baosbheinn, near Gairloch

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This fine sandstone mountain, a Corbett, has great character. Baosbheinn is a magnificent viewpoint both for the higher Torridon mountains and over the sea to the islands.

Terrain

Pathless with some boggy sections and a couple of stream crossings that would be difficult in spate. Steep ground but no real difficulties on the ridge.

Public Transport

Inverness- Gairloch bus service.

Start

Car park by the green barn half a kilometre east of Loch Bad an Sgalaig. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

Hillwalking in Winter

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