Tigh Brachen

Torridon Walks

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Walk 5 - Glen Torridon to Coire Mhic Nobuil (7 miles)

Starting from the main car park in Glen Torridon, follow a good but rocky path up the impressive corrie between Liathach's eastern side and the scree slopes of Beinn Eighe's Spidean Coire nan Clach. After approximately 2½ miles the main track reaches a series of cairns with the a track leading right (to Coire Mhic Fhearchair - Walk 6). At this point take the main left fork and you begin to drop down into the wilderness which needs to be crossed to reach Coire Mhic Nobuil. From this point on the path takes you across extremely boggy ground but the views of the back of Liathach, Sgurr Dearg and Beinn Alligin do take your mind off the squelchiness! You'll be glad of the feel of solid tarmac under your feet while waiting to be picked up!
 

Walk 6 - Glen Torridon to Loch Coire Mhic Fhearchair (4 miles) (8 miles including return)

Starting from the main car park in Glen Torridon, follow a good but rocky path up the impressive corrie between Liathach's eastern side and the scree slopes of Beinn Eighe's Spidean Coire nan Clach. After approximately 2½ miles the main track reaches a series of cairns. Take the track leading right around the impressive cliffs of Sail Mhor and the path eventually leads you up to the delightful waterfall coming out of Loch Coire Mhic Fhearchair. Your eyes are immediately drawn to the awe-inspiring Triple Buttress.

Walk 7 - Walk around Beinn na h'Eaglaise (7 miles) - click here for separate walk page

Walk 8 - Coulin Pass (7¼miles)

Starting from Achnashellach Station, this is an easy walk through the Coulin Estate on a good path. It provides you with wonderful views of the Beinn Eighe range and Liathach, and takes you past the beautiful Lochs Coulin and Clair. Look out for the red deer. Remember to arrange to be picked up!

Walk 9 - Coulin Pass via Drochaid Coire Lair, Carn Eite & Carn Odhar (Circular Walk 15 miles)

This is a long but easy walk starting and finishing with a long walk through the Coulin Estate, past the beautiful Loch Clair and Loch Coulin set is Scots pine. Following a good path along the Easan Dorcha to Drochaid Coire Lair, and then free range across rough ground to Carn Eite and Carn Odhar before rejoining the Coulin pass for the return. Wonderful views of the Beinn Eighe range and Sgurr Dubh.

Walk 13 - Seana Mheallan (5 miles)

Dwarfed by its neighbours, Seana Mheallan is often neglected by walkers, but it is well worth a visit to its broad summit. From the main car park in Glen Torridon, take the excellent stalker's path which passes the Ling Hut. After a short distant and upon reaching a waterfall, which you have to cross, you leave the path and free range to the top of Seana Mheallan on grass/heather slopes. Look out for the "Giants dining table and seat". The broad summit has many small lochans and once you reach the top you are rewarded with dramatic views up Loch Torridon, with Abhainn Thrail below. Return the same way. Do not undertake this walk in the stalking season without checking with the estate first.

Walk 16 - Beinn Alligin (8¾ miles) - click here for separate walk page

Walk 18 & 19 - Sgurr na Bana Mhoraire & Beinn Damph - click here for separate walk page