Dundonnell and Fisherfield

The group of munros here mostly lie within a very remote area of the highlands. The exceptions are Slioch and An Teallach which are close to roads. An Teallach is always impressive as you approach Dondonnel from the east and there are many ways of accessing the several summits involving scrambling or walking. It is well worth backpacking into Carnmore and camping to experience the wilderness, either from Poolewe or from near Dundonnel via Sheneval about 11 miles both ways, or even up and over from Kinlochewe via Letterewe. . Recently the paths from Poolewe have been vastly improved thus avoiding this approach being a bog trot. Of course the elegant way to Carnmore is via canoe from the west. From Either Sheneval Bothy or Carnmore it is possible to combine 6 of the munros into a big circular day which is well worth the effort. Nearby on the N side of Ban Lair (corbet) there is some fine rock climbing which is not frequented due to its remoteness. Everyone should make the effort to backpack into this area at least once.

MUNROS IN Dundonnell and Fisherfield
A Chailleach (Fannaich)
A Mhaighdean
Bidein a Ghlas (An Teallach)
Sgurr Fiona (An Teallach )
Beinn a Chlaidheimh
Beinn Tarsuinn
Mullach Coire Mhic Fhearchair
Ruadh Stac Mor
Sgurr Ban
Dundonnell and Fisherfield Area Map
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