Torridon Hills

The Torridon hills are amongst the most iconic in Scotland; towering monoliths of the eponymous Torridonian sandstone capped by glistening quartzite. Liathach, Beinn Eighe and Beinn Alligin, the names trip off the tongue, but they are flanked to the north by the wild and remote Beinn Dearg, Baosbheinn, Beinn an Eoin and Meall a’ Ghiubhais (or Ghiuthais). This range of mountains comprises of all the hills between Glen Torridon in the south, Kinlochewe in the east, Loch Maree and the A832 in the north, and the sea in the west.

See my Liathach page in development here including photos of Liathachs two Munros; Spidean a’ Choire Leith and Mullach an Rathain, and the fantastic Am Fasarinen pinnacles as well as other subsidiary tops, ridges and coires.

Please note: This page is in development but in the meantime I hope you enjoy the selection of photos. Please check back for more – coming soon.

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