Summary for Inchnadamph

Inchnadamph is an region in Scotand and is located in the area as defined by SMC. There are 2 munros around here.The highest munro is Ben More Assynt at a height of 998 metres .The smallest munro is Conival at a height of 987 metres .

Access: From Inverness A9 north leading onto A835 westerly to Ullapool, continuing north through Elphin joining the A837 which leads to Inchnadamph
Transport: Bus: Achilitiebuie - Ullapool; Drumbeg - Lochinver - Lairg Rail: Inverness - Wick / Thurso
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Details for: Inchnadamph

Inchnadamph is situated on the west of the Assynt munros Ben More Assynt / Conival and is the only real place of access to these 2 peaks which are the highest peaks in Sutherland forming part of a 17km range of hills.

The munros are formed from Lewisian gneiss which is one of the oldest rocks in Europe and are capped which quartzit on the summits with the western slopes full of vegetation. There is also an extensive system of caves which have been explored and mapped by caving clubs of the area.

From the summits there are extensive views over Coigach & Assynt which have some of the most dramatic and unusually shaped mountains in Britain

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Order Heightsort icon Munro Grid Point
141 998 Ben More Assynt NC318201
158 987 Conival NC303199