Loch Maree to Loch Broom

Summary for Loch Maree to Loch Broom

Loch Maree to Loch Broom is an area in Scotland as defined by the SMC.The area contains 4 regions called An Teallach, The Fannaichs, Kinlochewe & Letterewe / Fisherfield .There are 19 munros around here.The highest munro is Beinn a'Chlaidheimh at a height of 916 metres .The smallest munro is Sgurr Mor (Loch Fannaich) at a height of 1110 metres .

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  • I've done the ridge and get

    Anonymous's picture

    I've done the ridge and would say it's one of the best walking / climbing experiences I've ever had.
    I had a great day in June with freaky hot weather in 2007. The only downside was a large group was
    doing it the same day. Great views over the fisherfield wilderness to be had

    Posted by Anonymous, 5 years 44 weeks ago
  • I haven't done the ridge yet,

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    I haven't done the ridge yet, just the 2 main peaks but I will have to do the complete traverse one day on one holiday when I am up there again.
    It should be interesting.

    If the ridge is half as good as it looks it will be breathtaking.

    Posted by Anonymous, 5 years 45 weeks ago
  • Nice Clear Day

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    Looks like a nice sunny day in june on The Fannaichs. I've still a couple of those munros to bag yet. Thanks for the pic

    Posted by Peter.Lord, 7 years 44 weeks ago

Details for: Loch Maree to Loch Broom

The country between Loch Maree and Loch Broom is one of the finest wilderness areas in the Highlands.

This is the land of the Letterewe and Fisherfield forests, a land of mountains and lochs but almost totally devoid of human habitation. It is an area highly prized by mountaineers and walkers, for the mountains at its heart are among the most remote in Scotland, and those who penetrate into this wild land should do so with respect for one of the finest unspoiled landscapes in the Highlands.