An Teallach’s iconic ridges

An Teallach’s iconic ridges

An Teallach’s iconic ridges

  • Distance – 26 km (16 miles)
  • Ascent – 1550m (5,100 feet)
  • Time – 9 hours
  • Munros – Four in total; Cona Mheall (adjoining hill), Beinn Dearg (red hill), Meall nan Clach Geala (rounded hill of stubby rocks), Eididh nan Clach Geala (nest of the white stones).

One of Scotland’s most famous Munros, An Teallach, sits on the coast between Ullapool and Gairloch. It is a huge mountain with two summits over 1050m and a complex system of ridges. There are plenty of options to walk or scramble up the mountain.
Walkers usually use the Corrag Bhuidhe ridge whilst scramblers head for the pinnacle ridge. Both routes are approached from Dundonnell and give some of the best views in the Highlands.

For many hillwalkers and Munro baggers An Teallach’s iconic ridges are one of the best days out they will ever have in Scotland. The wild walking is second to none. For those with a faint heart then the hard scrambling is optional, but this is serious mountain terrain. 

Climbing An Teallach

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Summits of An Teallach

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