A unique mountain, one of the best of its size in Scotland, Quinag has the freaky sculpted form and stand-alone character typical of all Assynt's headlining hills. It is a multi-topped range rather than a single entity, and the three main summits are each distinct enough to qualify separately for Corbett status, with a drop of at least 150m between them. Yet they are so close-packed than the traverse of all three (plus a few un-named tops in between) must be one of the easiest multi-Corbett days. Cliffs guard almost every flank, and this fact combined with the promontory-like nature of the summits tends to limit the choice of walker-friendly routes. The line described here is the most logical and popular on the mountain.