The great domed Corbett of Ruadh-stac Beag is separated from the main Beinn Eighe ridge; it has considerable defences on most sides and access is usually via the screes of its southern flank. It makes a fine walk through stunning scenery - and could be combined with the ascent of Meall a' Ghiubhais.
Good stalkers path for initial approach, then pathless terrain. Final climb to plateau over steep scree and boulders.
The Inverness - Gairloch bus passes along the A832; there is also a path from Kinlochewe to the start point.
Beinn Eighe Visitor Centre car park off the A832.
Deer Stalking information
Scottish Natural Heritage. No stalking issues.
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