Summary for Slioch

Slioch is a route in “The ” region / range which is located in the area of the Scottish Highlands as defined by the Scottish Mountaineering Club.

This is a mainly circular route but there are parts where you need to retrace your footsteps

Sunrise 4:51 am
Sunset 10:02 pm
17 hours 11 minutes(s) daylight
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Route points for Slioch

QGrid Ref.BearingDistance(km)Description
NH03826238285° WNW0.54 (0.54)From the car park at Inchreil, follow the footpath along the Kinlochewe
NH0331625618° NNE0.14 (0.68)Continue following the path round
NH02046416337° NNW0.36 (1.04)Take the right fork at a small cairn
NH01396536285° WNW0.21 (1.25)Skirt around the edge of Loch Maree
NH0113656342° NE0.72 (1.97)Cross Gleann Bianasdale footbridge and head up Gleann Bianasdail
NH01646614N1.41 (3.38)Head up a path that leads up between Meall Each & Sgur Dubh
NH01936752301° WNW0.31 (3.69)From here ascend upto Sgurr Dubh
NH01096766332° NNW0.21 (3.9)Sgurr Dubh is usually bypassed. Climb the ridge rising to two lochans
NH01106818331° NNW0.2 (4.1)two which lie on the ridge below the southern slopes of Slioch.
NH01016836296° WNW0.38 (4.48)Head up over a little knoll and continue up to the summit of Slioch
NH00416885N0.19 (4.67)Trig point is noth the summit but 1m lower. The true summit is a bit further on
NH00469079° E0.24 (4.91)The summit Slioch - 981 ( metres)
NH0150688993° E0.35 (5.26)Head along over the top
NH018688191° S0.1 (5.36)Slioch - Sgurr an Tuill Bhain
NH01826875142° SE0.45 (5.81)Descend the south eastern ridge for approx ½km and cross the corrie path to rejoin the outward route
NH01646614222° SW0.72 (6.53)Return vai the outward route
Munros covered on Slioch
Ordersort icon Height Munro Meaning Pronunciation
170 981 Slioch The spear Shlierch