Sgurr nan Each lies to the north of Loch Fannaich and is normally climbed in conjunction with its larger neighbouring Munro Sgurr nan Clach Geala, which is connected via the north ridge. Sgurr nan Each boasts impressive craggy slopes on its eastern face, which back onto Coire Mor. The western slopes are much less intimidating dropping to a low col between the other neighbouring Munro Sgurr Breac.
The main summit ridge of Sgurr nan Each runs S-N from subsidiary top Sgurr a Chada Dheirg to Sgurr nan Clach Geala. The hill itself is one of the smaller Munros at 923m.
The best views are undoubtedly the eastern face of the mountain. These are best appreciated from north as the summit juts out from the corrie headwall and the craggy face from this angle is quite a sight. The views down Loch Fannaich are also particularly fine.
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 it is logical to climb Sgurr nan Clach Geala first and summit Sgurr nan Each via its northern ridge. There is also access routes from the south if you are starting from Fannaich Lodge.