Fisherfield and Letterewe Forests

These are a group of wild and remote mountains in the Fisherfield “great wilderness” area between Gairloch and Poolewe in the west; Dundonnell and Little Loch Broom in the north; and Kinlochewe and Loch Maree in the south. There are nine Munros and and seven Corbetts in the range including the two Munros of one of Scotland’s very finest mountains, An Teallach. The mountains of the interior of the range are some of the most scenic, remote and seldom visited in Scotland. Hills for the dedicated and the connoisseur. The range is divided geologically from the Fannich range to the east by the Moine Thrust Zone that runs roughly north-south through the area between Corrie Hallie and Incheril.

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Photo of the Corbett, Meall a'Ghiubhais, with Loch Maree behind
Meall a’ Ghiubhais, Torridon
Meall a’ Ghiubhais (Meall a’ Ghiuthais on OS maps) is a Corbett close to the southern end of Loch Maree ...
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Me, Jason Bonniface, on the south ridge of Sgurr Fiona
An Teallach – A Winter Solstice Round of Toll an Lochain
An Teallach is one of the finest mountains in the British Isles, a sprawling mass of a mountain, its highest ...
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Photo of Sgurr Ban and Spidean Coire nan Clach, Beinn Eighe, reflected in pools at the bealach between Ruadh-stac Beag and Beinn Eighe
Torridon 24 Hours
Photos from a fine April evening on Ruadh-stac Beag, Beinn Eighe and the following morning on Liathach with weather approaching ...
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