Creag Pitridh is the most northern Munro in this region and much smaller than its neighbouring Munros. It has a conical shaped summit with sharp crags in all directions. Creag Pitridh overlooks Lochan Na H Earba to the west and the western slopes drops down to the banks of the lochan. There is only one main ridge that leads SE over a high bealach to connecting Munro Geal Charn.
The hill is well accessed by stalkers paths from the north on the A86 although it is a fairly long walk in. If climbing the hill on its own the SW face provides the easiest ascent but most of the time the Munro as mentioned is combined with Geal Charn in which case you will use the SE bealach and then descend back down the SW face.
You can further extend your day by adding Beinn a Chlachair to your route, this lies to the SW of Creag Pitridh.