Sgurr na Ciche is part of a long ridge running for 10km W-E to the south of Loch Quoich and the north of Glen Kingie. Sgurr na Ciche is perhaps the best Munro on the ridge due to its fantastic conical summit and surrounding craggy slopes. From the SE on connecting Munro Garbh Chioch Mhor this is particularly true. From the summit there are 2 main ridges. The SW the ridge drops sharply right down to the head of Loch Nevis and Sourlies Bothy should you wish to use this for an overnight expedition. The NE ridge runs round the rim of a sharp corrie to the connecting peak of Ben Aden. This is a Corbett but still defiantly worth a visit. An extremely craggy SE ridge drops to a high col before joining up with neighbouring Munro Garbh Chioch Mhor.
Sgurr na Ciche is a prominent landmark in the area and can be seen from most of the surrounding peaks.
Sgurr na Ciche like most the hills that sit within the rough bounds of Knoydart is an extremely remote Munro involving a long walk in from any direction. The usual starting point is from Barrisdale from the NE. There is an excellent opportunity with these hills to turn them into a multi day expedition.