80 Forest 70 Bridge 70 Waypoint 120 Waypoint 200 Dot 275 Dot 250 Dot 270 Dot 259 Dot 276 Waypoint 290 Waypoint 382 Dot 434 Dot 480 Waypoint 600 Dot 700 Waypoint 784 Waypoint 817 Waypoint 791 Dot 792 Dot 863 Waypoint 750 Dot 700 Waypoint 800 Dot 550 Dot 750 Dot 850 Waypoint 830 Dot 945 Lurg Mhor is situated on the south-east connected by the Bealach an Sgoltaidh (740m) and is usually climbed on the same days outing. Usual access is from the northern ridge which connects to Beinn Tharsuinn (863m) which looks pretty daunting being very craggy. You need to look for a stone wall and scramble upto a grassy gully that slants up to the right avoiding any difficulties. On lovely day with good visibility you can see out to the Cuillin of Skye in the distance on the west.]]> Summit 900 Waypoint 800 Waypoint 730 Dot 850 Waypoint 986 Bidean a' Choire Sheagaich. On the eastern side there's a long ridge called Meall Mhor which drops down over heather, rocks and grass to the western shores of Loch Monor and Pait Lodge. The western ridge contours slightly to the north before dropping over bouldery slopes on to a broad bealach between Lurg Mhor and the connecting munro situated to the north west Bidean a' Choire Sheagaich Usual means of ascent is from the A890 road at Craig in Glen Carron where a private road crosses the West Highland Railway and heads up the north side of the Allt a' Chonais, cross the bridge at NH074467 and following the stalker paths onto Bealach Bhearnais. From Bealach Bhearnais access is either via the peaks Bein Tharsuinn (863m) and Bidean a' Choire Sheagaich, or follow Allt Bealach Crudhain south to reach the col between the 2 munros. View from the summit give ]]> Summit 850 Dot 730 Waypoint 450 Waypoint 400 Waypoint 350 Dot 400 Dot 500 Dot 600 Waypoint 480 Waypoint 434 Dot 382 Waypoint 290 Dot 276 Dot 259 Waypoint 270 Dot 250 Dot 275 Dot 200 Dot 120 Dot 70 Dot 70 Dot 80 Trail Head 80 Forest 70 Bridge 70 Waypoint 120 Waypoint 200 Dot 275 Dot 250 Dot 270 Dot 259 Dot 276 Waypoint 290 Waypoint 382 Dot 434 Dot 480 Waypoint 600 Dot 700 Waypoint 784 Waypoint 817 Waypoint 791 Dot 792 Dot 863 Waypoint 750 Dot 700 Waypoint 800 Dot 550 Dot 750 Dot 850 Waypoint 830 Dot 945 Lurg Mhor is situated on the south-east connected by the Bealach an Sgoltaidh (740m) and is usually climbed on the same days outing. Usual access is from the northern ridge which connects to Beinn Tharsuinn (863m) which looks pretty daunting being very craggy. You need to look for a stone wall and scramble upto a grassy gully that slants up to the right avoiding any difficulties. On lovely day with good visibility you can see out to the Cuillin of Skye in the distance on the west.]]> Summit 900 Waypoint 800 Waypoint 730 Dot 850 Waypoint 986 Bidean a' Choire Sheagaich. On the eastern side there's a long ridge called Meall Mhor which drops down over heather, rocks and grass to the western shores of Loch Monor and Pait Lodge. The western ridge contours slightly to the north before dropping over bouldery slopes on to a broad bealach between Lurg Mhor and the connecting munro situated to the north west Bidean a' Choire Sheagaich Usual means of ascent is from the A890 road at Craig in Glen Carron where a private road crosses the West Highland Railway and heads up the north side of the Allt a' Chonais, cross the bridge at NH074467 and following the stalker paths onto Bealach Bhearnais. From Bealach Bhearnais access is either via the peaks Bein Tharsuinn (863m) and Bidean a' Choire Sheagaich, or follow Allt Bealach Crudhain south to reach the col between the 2 munros. View from the summit give ]]> Summit 850 Dot 730 Waypoint 450 Waypoint 400 Waypoint 350 Dot 400 Dot 500 Dot 600 Waypoint 480 Waypoint 434 Dot 382 Waypoint 290 Dot 276 Dot 259 Waypoint 270 Dot 250 Dot 275 Dot 200 Dot 120 Dot 70 Dot 70 Dot 80 Trail Head