Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill which is the highest peak of An Teallach. From here it's a steep easy decent followed by re-ascent of a 1km south-western rocky ridge which leads to Sgurr Fiona. Return by heading back along the ridge over Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill and descend around NH07098491 where from here head very steeply east into Glas Tholl. Head carefully down this steep corrie along northern banks of the Allt a'Ghlas Thuill right down to the Garbh Allt waterfalls where a better path is joined which is very overgrown in places. Once the road is reached head back to Dundonnell. The views over to the remote Fisherfield wilderness to the south-west are great and gives you a good look at the so called Fisherfield Six Hills. ]]> 10 Trail Head 40 Waypoint 80 Dot 180 Dot 240 Dot 410 Dot 450 Dot 540 Waypoint 550 Dot 600 Dot 600 Dot 620 Waypoint 610 Dot 620 Dot 750 Dot 860 Waypoint 910 Waypoint 880 Waypoint 900 Dot 950 Dot 1062 Sgurr Fiona arching to Glas Mheall Liath forms one of the most magnificent corries in Scotland Toll an Lochain with pinnacles encircling it dramatically from above . The mountain is mainy formed from Torridonian sandstone and it's north eastern slopes down to Meall Garbh have sand dune like places. The best feature of Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill by far is known as Corrag Bhuide the section which rises above Loch Toll an Lochain with the well known overhanging pinnacle known as Lord Berkley's Seat. Access is usually from the path up the north eastern ridge of Meall Garbh stating from Dundonnell. Following the path into the corrie and then climb steeply onto the top Sròn a Choire (863m) NH06638514 where access to the summit point is easily reached. Alternatively the whole traverse of the An Teallach mountain range can be traversed either from Dundonnell or Corrie Halle taking in the whole of the ridge. This can be a serious expedition if done in winter due to the pinnacled ridge. From the summit of Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill the view gives us a great impression of The Fisherfield Six group of hills on the south east, the Fannaich's on the south west, The Deargs to the east, & over over Little Loch Broom to the north.]]> Summit 940 Waypoint 910 Dot 1060 An Teallach which is one of the most impressive of Scotland’s mountains on mainland Britain situated to the south-west of Dundonnell, in an area often nicknamed the "great wilderness". The mountain lies to the north west of the pinnacled ridge tops Corrag Bhuide and Lord Berkely's Seat and together with Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill form an arching narrow ridge which rise above Coire Toll an Lochain which is the mountain ranges finest feature and one of the greatest corries in the Highlands. Sgurr Fiona is the second highest point on An Teallach mountain range and is one of the newer munros as it was promoted to the status of Munro in 1981. It is best viewed from the so called "Road of Desolation" (A832 from Braemore Junction) NH138792. Usual access is from Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill's southern ridge from a col which connects the 2 munro summits. Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill's summit is reached from the path up the north eastern ridge of Meall Garbh stating from Dundonnell then on up through the corrie to give access to summit. Alternative access can be gained from Corrie Hallie from along Sàil Liath's north eastern shoulder onto the ridge which is then along the pinnacled ridge to reach the summit of Sgurr Fiona. The pinnacled ridge tops Corrag Bhuide and Lord Berkely's Seat are a serious undertaking, especially in winter conditions and the mountain has sadly taken a number of lives over the years. From the summit of Sgurr Fiona the view gives us a great impression of The Fisherfield Six group of hills on the south east, the Fannaich's on the south west, The Deargs to the east, & over over Little Loch Broom to the north. ]]> Summit 910 Waypoint 940 Dot 1062 Sgurr Fiona arching to Glas Mheall Liath forms one of the most magnificent corries in Scotland Toll an Lochain with pinnacles encircling it dramatically from above . The mountain is mainy formed from Torridonian sandstone and it's north eastern slopes down to Meall Garbh have sand dune like places. The best feature of Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill by far is known as Corrag Bhuide the section which rises above Loch Toll an Lochain with the well known overhanging pinnacle known as Lord Berkley's Seat. Access is usually from the path up the north eastern ridge of Meall Garbh stating from Dundonnell. Following the path into the corrie and then climb steeply onto the top Sròn a Choire (863m) NH06638514 where access to the summit point is easily reached. Alternatively the whole traverse of the An Teallach mountain range can be traversed either from Dundonnell or Corrie Halle taking in the whole of the ridge. This can be a serious expedition if done in winter due to the pinnacled ridge. From the summit of Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill the view gives us a great impression of The Fisherfield Six group of hills on the south east, the Fannaich's on the south west, The Deargs to the east, & over over Little Loch Broom to the north.]]> Summit 950 Waypoint 900 Waypoint 880 Dot 750 Waypoint 600 Dot 550 Dot 500 Dot 450 Dot 450 Dot 430 Waypoint 420 Dot 390 Dot 300 Dot 230 Dot 220 Waypoint 190 Waypoint 160 Dot 118 Dot 75 Forest 50 Dot 40 Waypoint 10 Trail Head 40 Waypoint 80 Dot 180 Dot 240 Dot 410 Dot 450 Dot 540 Waypoint 550 Dot 600 Dot 600 Dot 620 Waypoint 610 Dot 620 Dot 750 Dot 860 Waypoint 910 Waypoint 880 Waypoint 900 Dot 950 Dot 1062 Sgurr Fiona arching to Glas Mheall Liath forms one of the most magnificent corries in Scotland Toll an Lochain with pinnacles encircling it dramatically from above . The mountain is mainy formed from Torridonian sandstone and it's north eastern slopes down to Meall Garbh have sand dune like places. The best feature of Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill by far is known as Corrag Bhuide the section which rises above Loch Toll an Lochain with the well known overhanging pinnacle known as Lord Berkley's Seat. Access is usually from the path up the north eastern ridge of Meall Garbh stating from Dundonnell. Following the path into the corrie and then climb steeply onto the top Sròn a Choire (863m) NH06638514 where access to the summit point is easily reached. Alternatively the whole traverse of the An Teallach mountain range can be traversed either from Dundonnell or Corrie Halle taking in the whole of the ridge. This can be a serious expedition if done in winter due to the pinnacled ridge. From the summit of Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill the view gives us a great impression of The Fisherfield Six group of hills on the south east, the Fannaich's on the south west, The Deargs to the east, & over over Little Loch Broom to the north.]]> Summit 940 Waypoint 910 Dot 1060 An Teallach which is one of the most impressive of Scotland’s mountains on mainland Britain situated to the south-west of Dundonnell, in an area often nicknamed the "great wilderness". The mountain lies to the north west of the pinnacled ridge tops Corrag Bhuide and Lord Berkely's Seat and together with Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill form an arching narrow ridge which rise above Coire Toll an Lochain which is the mountain ranges finest feature and one of the greatest corries in the Highlands. Sgurr Fiona is the second highest point on An Teallach mountain range and is one of the newer munros as it was promoted to the status of Munro in 1981. It is best viewed from the so called "Road of Desolation" (A832 from Braemore Junction) NH138792. Usual access is from Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill's southern ridge from a col which connects the 2 munro summits. Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill's summit is reached from the path up the north eastern ridge of Meall Garbh stating from Dundonnell then on up through the corrie to give access to summit. Alternative access can be gained from Corrie Hallie from along Sàil Liath's north eastern shoulder onto the ridge which is then along the pinnacled ridge to reach the summit of Sgurr Fiona. The pinnacled ridge tops Corrag Bhuide and Lord Berkely's Seat are a serious undertaking, especially in winter conditions and the mountain has sadly taken a number of lives over the years. From the summit of Sgurr Fiona the view gives us a great impression of The Fisherfield Six group of hills on the south east, the Fannaich's on the south west, The Deargs to the east, & over over Little Loch Broom to the north. ]]> Summit 910 Waypoint 940 Dot 1062 Sgurr Fiona arching to Glas Mheall Liath forms one of the most magnificent corries in Scotland Toll an Lochain with pinnacles encircling it dramatically from above . The mountain is mainy formed from Torridonian sandstone and it's north eastern slopes down to Meall Garbh have sand dune like places. The best feature of Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill by far is known as Corrag Bhuide the section which rises above Loch Toll an Lochain with the well known overhanging pinnacle known as Lord Berkley's Seat. Access is usually from the path up the north eastern ridge of Meall Garbh stating from Dundonnell. Following the path into the corrie and then climb steeply onto the top Sròn a Choire (863m) NH06638514 where access to the summit point is easily reached. Alternatively the whole traverse of the An Teallach mountain range can be traversed either from Dundonnell or Corrie Halle taking in the whole of the ridge. This can be a serious expedition if done in winter due to the pinnacled ridge. From the summit of Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill the view gives us a great impression of The Fisherfield Six group of hills on the south east, the Fannaich's on the south west, The Deargs to the east, & over over Little Loch Broom to the north.]]> Summit 950 Waypoint 900 Waypoint 880 Dot 750 Waypoint 600 Dot 550 Dot 500 Dot 450 Dot 450 Dot 430 Waypoint 420 Dot 390 Dot 300 Dot 230 Dot 220 Waypoint 190 Waypoint 160 Dot 118 Dot 75 Forest 50 Dot 40 Waypoint