0 Trail Head 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan with its small summit cairn standing at the end of a long ridge which is rocky in places. Although it is given full munro status, it is in fact part of the larger mass of Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan. Mullach na Dheiragain is one of the most remotest mountains in the Scottish Highlands and accessing it from any direction involves a very long approach. Access is usually via the connecting ridge on Mullach na Dheiragain which links to a high col "Stob Coire na Cloiche" or the munro Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan. Alternatively access is possible via the path in Gleann Sithidh from Iron Lodge (NH042295). ]]> Summit 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Summit 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Glen Affric on a horseshoe ridge around the deep remote Gleann a' Choilich on the south western side. Usual access is via the western ridge via Stob Coire na Cloiche which connects to the munro Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan or alternatively by the north eastern ridge to Mam Sodhail. An Socach is rarely climbed from Gleann a' Choilich due to the remote nature of the glen An Socach has a treasured view down Glen Affric. ]]> Summit 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Trail Head 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan with its small summit cairn standing at the end of a long ridge which is rocky in places. Although it is given full munro status, it is in fact part of the larger mass of Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan. Mullach na Dheiragain is one of the most remotest mountains in the Scottish Highlands and accessing it from any direction involves a very long approach. Access is usually via the connecting ridge on Mullach na Dheiragain which links to a high col "Stob Coire na Cloiche" or the munro Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan. Alternatively access is possible via the path in Gleann Sithidh from Iron Lodge (NH042295). ]]> Summit 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Summit 0 Waypoint 0 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Glen Affric on a horseshoe ridge around the deep remote Gleann a' Choilich on the south western side. Usual access is via the western ridge via Stob Coire na Cloiche which connects to the munro Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan or alternatively by the north eastern ridge to Mam Sodhail. An Socach is rarely climbed from Gleann a' Choilich due to the remote nature of the glen An Socach has a treasured view down Glen Affric. ]]> Summit 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Waypoint