Quinag: three Corbetts
Quinag is a magnificent and complex mountain with three summits attaining Corbett status. The ascent of all three is one of the finest hillwalks in Scotland, with fine peaks, dramatic ridges and stunning views. If the full walk is too much, the ascent of the first peak (with a return the same way) is a short and fairly straightforward hillwalk with rewards out of all proportion to the effort involved. The mountain is under the stewardship of the John Muir Trust.
Mostly good hill paths. Mountainous terrain with some very steep ground but only a minimal amount of scrambling.
None to start.
Car park at NC232273.
Deer Stalking information
John Muir Trust. No stalking issues.
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