Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 743m a.s.l
Yet another long day in paradise. The sun sets over Coigach and the Atlantic Ocean. © petemacpherson
An east-west ridge, briefly scrambly at its western end, with a large broken southern face, steep at the bottom. Note that the main summit is off northwards about halfway along, easily overshot in mist. The southern face has only two routes recorded but there is scope for many more.
Park at the road end at Culnacraig, taking care not to block the turning circle (space for only a couple of cars, there is a bigger car park a few hundred metres back up the road). Take the path up NE and bear right along the top of the steep slope to cross the Allt nan Coisiche above the waterfall. Slant up to a shelf below the end of the West Ridge. The first two scrambles are just above, while the South Face is reached round to the right, along a sheep track traversing along below the face.
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