An Sgarsoch is one of the northern Munros within the Tarf and Tilt region. It is an extremely remote Munro with a long expedition in from any angle. The Munro is bound by 3 rivers to further limit access. River Feshie and the Geldie Burn lie to the north and the River Tarf in the south.
An Sgarsoch is a rounded Munro with mostly gentle slopes on all its faces. The summit ridge forms an arc around An Glas Choire with 3 main tops along this ridge all above 900m.
An Sgarsoch is normally climbed in conjunction with neighbouring Munro Carn an Fhidhleir which connects to An Sgarsoch's western ridge via a col.
As mentioned An Sgarsoch is one of Scotland's most remote Munros and thus will demand a long walk in. A popular route starts at Feshiebridge in the north. Landover tracks can be cycled as far as Glenfeshie Lodge to cut down on the walk in. The northern slopes of either of these Munros can then be tackled.
There is numerous bothies in the area that can be called upon to really make an expedition of this trip!