Seana Bhraigh from Inverlael

Summary for Seana Bhraigh from Inverlael

Seana Bhraigh from Inverlael is a route in “The Deargs” region / range which is located in the Loch Broom to Easter Ross area of the Scottish Highlands as defined by the Scottish Mountaineering Club.

On this route you return by same way

Sunrise 5:33 am
Sunset 9:00 pm
15 hours 27 minutes(s) daylight
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27 km/ 16.78 miles1120 m/ 3674.54 ft9 hours plus
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Seana Bhraigh is one of the top three most remote Munro's in Scotland and this route follows the footsteps of the first munroist (Rev. Robertson) . The route starts from the A835 road to Ullapool along a private road at Inverlael. This is a long strenuous route into remote wilderness countryside.

The summit point of Seana Bhraigh is dramatically positioned above the magnificent Loch Luchd Choire on its east.

Route points for Seana Bhraigh from Inverlael

QGrid Ref.BearingDistance(km)Description
NH1813852278° ENE0.49 (0.49)From the A835 just north of Inverlael House follow the private road
NH1862852986° E0.34 (0.83)Head into Lael Forest and up the lower part of Gleann na Squaib
NH2038851656° N0.16 (0.99)Cross over the River Lael
NH2052852418° NNE0.14 (1.13)Take the left branch to Glensguaib
NH2057853789° E0.12 (1.25)Continue up through wooded area
NH2094855181° E0.23 (1.48)Leave the wooded area and up onto "Druim na Saobhaidhe"
NH2250852560° ENE0.27 (1.75)Around here 450 metres cross the Allt Gleann a' Mhadaidh
NH2293853278° ENE0.49 (2.24)Continue along stalker path
NH2449854933° NNE0.25 (2.49)Continue around Coire an Lochain Sgeirich
NH2464857080° E0.2 (2.69)Contour around slightly
NH26448558124° SE0.41 (3.1)continue along footpath
NH2677853471° ENE0.39 (3.49)head along flat mossy floor of the corrie
NH2715854478° ENE0.7 (4.19)Around here the path finishs and navigation can be difficult. Head for Loch a' Chadha Dheirg
NH2837857136° NE0.22 (4.41)From Loch a' Chadha Dheirg avoid the steep slopes on the west
NH2877862619° NNE0.24 (4.65)Climb steeply onto to the top marked 906
NH28758717315° NW0.9 (5.55)Follow the cliff edge onto the summit of Seana Bhraigh
NH281878174° S10.32 (15.87)The summit Seana Bhraigh - 926 ( metres)
Munros covered on Seana Bhraigh from Inverlael
Ordersort icon Height Munro Meaning Pronunciation
262 926 Seana Bhraigh Old Upland Shenner Vrye