Loch Ossain starting from Corrour train station. It's possible to climb them from the morning train from Fort William / Roybridge and catch the return train in the afternoon. Alternatively there's a good hostel which could also be used as a base for a few days.]]> 0 Trail Head 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Sgor Gaibhre is connected on the north east by a broad bealach called Mam Ban, and is generally climbed on the same days outing. Along with Sgor Gaibhre, Carn Dearg it forms a number of open corries which a known to house some of the largest herds of red deer in the Highlands. The normal ascent of Carn Dearg from Corrour is via the grassy slopes up the north western ridge. On a clear day expect good views across the large expanse of Rannoch Moor to the south ]]> Summit 0 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Loch Ossian and to the west of Loch Ericht with the summit being marked with a tiny cairn over looking it's north eastern crags. Usual access is from the munro Carn Dearg from the boggy bealach called Mam Ban situated on the western side which have gentle grassy slopes. In the winter vast herds of dear gather in Coire Eigheach on Sgor Gaibhre's south west and slopes beneath Mam Ban.]]> Summit 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Forest 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Trail Head 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Sgor Gaibhre is connected on the north east by a broad bealach called Mam Ban, and is generally climbed on the same days outing. Along with Sgor Gaibhre, Carn Dearg it forms a number of open corries which a known to house some of the largest herds of red deer in the Highlands. The normal ascent of Carn Dearg from Corrour is via the grassy slopes up the north western ridge. On a clear day expect good views across the large expanse of Rannoch Moor to the south ]]> Summit 0 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Loch Ossian and to the west of Loch Ericht with the summit being marked with a tiny cairn over looking it's north eastern crags. Usual access is from the munro Carn Dearg from the boggy bealach called Mam Ban situated on the western side which have gentle grassy slopes. In the winter vast herds of dear gather in Coire Eigheach on Sgor Gaibhre's south west and slopes beneath Mam Ban.]]> Summit 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Forest 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Dot