Eididh nan Clach Geala is one of the northern Munros in the Beinn Dearg group. It is a rounded Munro with minor crags on the southern faces. The summit sits at the head of deep corrie overlooking Lochan na Chnapaich on the corrie floor. There are 3 main broad summit ridges running N and SW and SE. The SW ridge extends all the way to Inverlael at the head of Loch Broom with steep slopes to the south overlooking Gleann na Sguaib. This is a possible route of ascent. The N ridge leads to a subsidiary unnamed peak (872m). This is another possible ascent route to the Munro summit. The SE ridge heads round the head of Lochan na Chnapaich to join up with connecting Munro Meall nan Ceapraichean. These are normally climbed together. Other Munros further south including Beinn Dearg and Cona Mheall may also be included to make this a long day on the hills.
This is a superb wild area of the highlands with fantastic views in all directions, the views north to the Assynt Munros and Munros of the Fisherfield Forrest are particularly fine on a clear day. From here you can truly appreciate how untouched this area of the world really is!