The Deargs

Summary for The Deargs

The Deargs is an region in Scotand and is located in the area as defined by SMC. There are 5 munros around here.The highest munro is Beinn Dearg [Ullapool] at a height of 1084 metres .The smallest munro is Seana Bhraigh at a height of 926 metres .

Access: By road: from Inverness on the A9,Ullapool A835 road gives access to western hills.
Transport: Bus: Inverness - Ullapool; Gairloch - Ullapool;Inverness - Dingwall - Contin
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  • Thanks for the tip. Any other

    Peter.Lord's picture
    140 out of 283

    Thanks for the tip. Any other suggestions / alterations seeing you've just completed the hill that we can integrate in to the route details.

    Posted by Peter.Lord, 9 years 17 weeks ago
  • Seana Braigh

    grahammclaren's picture
    283 out of 283

    I climbed Seana Bhraigh from Inverleal on a rather misty day and all is relatively straightforward until the path ends around 271854.
    Now the fun really began, I could only see a short distance ahead and it became a soggy tramp on a compass heading across the wet low area.
    Once past there it was a little easier but still using compass and map all the way to the top.
    Due to lack of paths, I recommend this route for a clear day when the true splendour of this mountain can be appreciated.
    A long 10 hour day.

    Posted by grahammclaren, 9 years 17 weeks ago

Details for: The Deargs

These four hills are collectively know as the Deargs and are all accessible in a single days outing from the A835 at the end of Loch Broom (Sothern End).

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Order Heightsort icon Munro Grid Point
57 1,084 Beinn Dearg [Ullapool] NH259811
176 978 Cona' Mheall NH274816
177 977 Meall nan Ceapraichean NH257825
257 927 Eididh nan Clach Geala NH257842
262 926 Seana Bhraigh NH281878