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An Teallach

£200.00 Priced for 1 to 6 people walking or 1 to 2 scrambling.

The finest mountain ridge on the UK mainland, at least many people think so, and it’s hard to disagree. An Teallach provides equal measure of wild exploration, heart stopping scrambles, stunning vistas and satisfaction.

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The finest mountain ridge on the UK mainland, at least many people think so, and it’s hard to disagree. An Teallach provides equal measure of wild exploration, heart stopping scrambles, stunning vistas and satisfaction.

Climb this wonderful mountain with an ascent of two Munro’s. For this we’d meet in Corrie Hallie at 8:30 am before heading up the track and side of Sail Liath to the ridge itself. From here a short walk to the Pinnacles followed by fantastic scrambling until you reach Lord Barkley’s Seat and the summit of Sgurr Fiona. After this the ridge becomes gentler but still spectacular, climbing a second Munro before the long beautiful descent begins.

I run this as either a walking or scrambling route with the ratios 1 to 6 people walking or 1 to 2 people scrambling. This will be discussed when you make your booking.


Accommodation not included.

 

Additional Information

Ability

Hillwalking fit (An Teallach is a long mountain day sometimes lasting as much as 10 hours so being fit enough to enjoy this type of trip is necessary.)

Equipment

Waterproof Jacket, Waterproof Trousers, Hat, Gloves, Fleece / Jumper, Sturdy Boots, Rucksack (40l), Food and Drink, Map and Compass, Headtorch (especially in spring/autumn)

Location(s)

An Teallach is a remote hill in the north west highlands of Scotland. The nearest locations to base yourself are Gairloch or Ullapool.

Start

8:30am

Finish

6pm (A day on An Teallach can be long so 6pm is more of a rough aim then a fixed time. If you’d like more info on this I’m happy to discuss)

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