Seana Bhraigh is a fine Munro but extremely remote sitting quite far north of the main Beinn Dearg group. The finest feature to the Munro is it's huge north corrie Luchd Choire which bites deep into the mountain giving an extremely craggy appearance on all its northern slopes. A small lochan sits in the base of the corrie to give it an even more impressive appearance. The main summit overlooks the corrie from the SW corner.
The main summit ridge is a wide plateau running NW – SE with easier slopes on the southern side overlooking Gleann a Chadha Gheirg. The plateau becomes wider the further south you go before eventually connecting up with the summit ridge of the nearest neighbouring Munro Eididh nan Clach Geala and the rest of the main Beinn Dearg group. This can be included in one extremely long walk if you have a long summers day and the fitness to go with it, otherwise Seana Bhraigh can be completed on its own.
As mentioned this is a remote area in a remote area of the highlands, this itself is a major plus point to the hill as any ascent of the hill will involve nothing less than an expedition.
There are 2 main access points to Seana Bhraigh either from the north at Oykel Bridge on the A837 or from the west at Inverlael like that for Beinn Dearg. There are a variety of more obscure routes or variations on the ones mentioned previously but inevitably all will require a long walk in.
This is a fantastic Munro and it is well worthwhile spending a bit of time in the area exploring these wild glens.