Sgurr nan Clach Geala is the finest of its neighbouring hills and boasts some seriously craggy faces to the east which undoubtedly is the Munros best feature. The summit sits on the rim of Coire Mor which gives rise to these steep craggy cliffs. The Munro has 2 summit ridges running S and N. The southern ridge connects via a high col to neighbouring Munro Sgurr nan Each. The northern ridge arcs round the head of Coire Mor and branches NW to the other neighbouring Munro Meall a Chrasgaidh. The slopes to the east are steep and craggy throughout.
Sgurr nan Clach Geala is a high Munro sitting at 1093m making it a fantastic vantage point in which to take in the other Fannaich hills ( views directly east are blocked by Sgurr Mor however ) The summit has a distinctive triangular appearance especially when viewed from the south through Coire Mor, however on the summit ridges this shape is not obvious.
Sgurr nan Clack Geala can be combined with either of its adjacent Munros depending on how keen you are but it would make logical sense to at least include Sgurr nan Each as Sgurr nan Clach Geala must be partially summited anyway to climb it ( if coming from the north) . The usual access route is from the north on the A835 road, there clumps of parking available off the road where a path braches off leading to Loch a’ Bhraoin. From here you can climb Sgurr nan Clach Geala via its NW face There is also access routes from the south if you are starting from Fannaich Lodge.