Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 1062m a.s.l
An Teallach © wee jamie
One of the finest mountains in the country. Its classic ridge traverse is its most famous asset, only bettered by the Black Cuillin ridge.
Comprised of Torridonian Sandstone, its summer rock potential is not great due its vegetated and broken nature. In winter its cliffs offer superb varied climbing, with many fine, long mountaineering routes and hidden steep walls offering more modern style test pieces.
Possible stalking restrictions Sept-Jan.
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Dave 88 - 17/Dec/13