814m. No description has been contributed for this climb.

Ticklists: Corbetts, Marilyns.

adamarchie 07/Apr/14 -

Somewhat dreich start after far too much of a lie-in! Again a bit windy. An Sidhean was a bit of a non-event, though I think I saw some deer on it. One other walker, on his way down, about 100 yards away. Probably a Corbetteer bagging this one on its own. Quite a big descent down to east flank of Maoile Lunndaidh, where I had lunch by a beautiful stream. Great to refill the water bottle! Long trudge up to the summit, with a spring snow field on the ridge. Nothing requiring axe though. Summit plateau reminiscent of Beinn Fhada: grassy. Could play football up there. Views for miles, including of the hills to come. NE ridge of Bidean an Eoin Dearg looked intimidatingly wet, and the wind and rain got up substantially on the long way down to the bealach. This was the only point at which I really did think about turning back (i.e. camping there for the night, then walking out the following day) but, again, an absolutely beautiful stream reinvigorated me. So few people must sit by its music, isolated as it is. I decided I could do the two remaining Munros and get to the Bealach Bearnais and went for it via the north ridge of Sgurr a Chaorachain, over a frozen Lochan Gaineamhach. Again, spring snow on the ridge. Summit really quite flat, with a half decent shelter where I chowed down. Views beginning to open up, I followed the ridge pleasantly to Sgurr Choinnich and then easily down to the Bealach, where I actually found an ideal site by a stream, just to the north of the upper bealach.

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