Loch Laggan

Summary for Loch Laggan

Loch Laggan is an region in Scotand and is located in the area Glen Roy to Monadhliath as defined by SMC. There are 5 munros around here.The highest munro is Beinn a' Chaorainn [Loch Laggan] at a height of 1049 metres .The smallest munro is Stob Poite Coire Ardair at a height of 1054 metres .

Access: From A86 at Aberarder Farm for Creag Meagaidh and Tulloch Station for Beinn Teallach.
Transport: Train: Glasgow - Fort William stop at Tulloch / Roybridge .
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Details for: Loch Laggan

This is a large area contained within the boundaries of the Great Glen, the Corrieyairack Pass and Glen Spean. Creag Meagaidh National Nature Reserve was purchased in 1985 and is nearly 4000 hectares in extent containing boulder scree, dramatic rock faces and gulleys. All five hills are situated to the north of Loch Laggan and are usually split into 2 outings one covering the Creag Meagaidh hills and the over taking in Beinn Teallach.

The huge cliffs of Coire Ardair are quite an attration and plays second only to Ben Nevis for winter climbing aroud the area.

The terrain on these hills is quite complex making navigation quite demanding.

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Order Height Munrosort icon Grid Point
80 1,049 Beinn a' Chaorainn [Loch Laggan] NN386851
282 915 Beinn Teallach NN361859
127 1,006 Carn Liath NN472903
30 1,128 Creag Meagaidh NN418875
76 1,054 Stob Poite Coire Ardair NN428888