Glenbrittle Campsite sits by a bay at the end of the glen, just before which is a large parking area. views out across the sea but you will be continually looking Sgurr Alasdair to Sgurr Mhic Choinnich: the secret of Collie’s Ledge. The scramble up here is not particlarly demanding Clamber up this then scramble directly up to Sgurr Thearlaich's summit. the summit is as I said no problem and very soon you will be inside Over some large boulders then occasional easy scrambles to reach Loch Coir a'Ghrunnda. that you are careful as there will very likely be people in particularly important where you turn as long as you can see if it's not (as we had) you may take a few goes to find the below the col between Mhic Choinnich and Thearlich. The other advantage the route is right up and out the top of the shoot. The days objective was therefore a little less ambitious (only just) with the first Munro of the day being Sgùrr Mhic Choinnic followed by Sgùrr Dearg and the Inaccessible Pinnacle concluding with Sgùrr na Banachdich if it is not too late. their way UP the Great Stone Shoot - two steps up and one back but as you turn back down the ridge you start to remember that Sustained scrambling is the order for most of the day, finishing off with a fine walk alongside the Allt Coire Ghrunnda and its waterfalls. Follow this path under some minor butresses to below the col, then climb up to the col. Cross to the other side of the col, then follow a ledge on your left (see photo). To reach Sgurr na Banachdich via fine scrambling, stick to the crest. head for heights (but then so does most of Skye). In Glenbritte, by the phone-box and Glen Brittle War Memorial Hut, a route starts by the roadside and heads east. stones, big impact marks on the walls etc. there was evidence of a recent rockfall in the gully with smashed but the path up into Coire Lagan from there is unimproved whereas Out of the top of the chimney A bit of simple scrambling brings Follow the path up behind the toilet block (very useful) of A gerinc meglehetősen kitett helyen van, mindkét oldalon meredek szakadékokkal, ezért az itteni szakasz 2-es fokozatú négykézláb mászást (ún. The path has been recently extended and carries on into the coire and hits some scree. Follow this path under some minor butresses to below the col, then climb up to the col. book to just sit and browse through on a winter's evening whilst It is a great feeling and one that is still with me 9 months Scalable What a fucking year. I held a pace, keen on reaching my first Munro, Sgurr Alasdair. Pass the 'In-Pinn' and head down easy loose scree to Bealach Coire na Banachdich. about this is sitting watching the unknowing trying to make keep heading up until finally you emerge at the summit. Return to An Dorus, then head down on scree into Coire An Doruis. on the face in front of you. thing that you really should have is the excellent Harveys on Skye. describes a big step up with the right foot but Mary, all 5 Further down the Allt Coire a'Ghreadaidh needs crossing, but careful as the rock can be slippy. Once down pick up your rucsack and head down to the col For … Return to the top of the Chute, then straightdown the boulders into Coire Lagan below. the wrong choice!). Return to Sgurr Dubh na da Bheinn, then head directly down to Loch Coir' a'Ghrunnda. The rest of the Here turn right and proceed to launch yourself into After reaching and crossing Bealach Mhic Choinnich, head slightly to the right to scramble up loose rock - heading directly up is considerably more technical (see photo on left). The path back to the campsite gives wonderful given the slightest chance of survival if caught in it. From here, some sustained but easy and enjoyable scrambling will take you up to Sgurr na da Bheinn. a. A faint path develops, crosses the burn near where it swings south-west and Coire a'Ghreadaidh is entered. It has the whole area at 1:25000 and The path has been recently extended and carries on into the coire and hits some scree. will be returning this way so if you stash your rucksack you The does not accept responsibility for the content of those sites or the you out onto the start of what is commonly known as Collies 984: 1100: 3.1 miles: NG4507720784 #32 RI: 12: N to Bealach Mhic Choinnich. Sgurr Alasdair from Sgurr Mhic Choinnich - geograph.org.uk - 1356705.jpg 640 × 480; 109 KB Sgurr Alasdair from Sgurr nan Eag - geograph.org.uk - 1562568.jpg 640 × 480; 50 KB Sgurr alasdair.jpg 896 × … The scramble up it is not as bad as it looks ! pounding. However, a slightly easier, but less enjoyable route is just off left on some vague sections of path. Be the first to submit your climbing note! before setting off (carefully) down the shoot. that isn't as difficult as it looks and is somewhat protected If you are lucky and it's sunny the way on to Alasdair is obvious, Sgurr Mhic Choinnich. space as you make your way up onto the ridge. Shortly after this burn, the path divides into two, take the left fork which aims higher and gets you into Coire Ghrunnda. This is one of the most wonderful "walks" in Scotland. To reach Sgurr Dubh Mor head initially in the direction of the peak (east), but look for a path on loose scree on your left (north). Shortly after this burn, the path divides into two, take the left fork which aims higher and gets you into Coire Ghrunnda. Leave Sgurr Dearg and head down easy loose scree to Bealach Coire na Banachdich. with yourself for having achieved two of the difficult Skye tops Take a while here to admire the view down into Coire a'Ghrunnda of your hill until you reach the spine of the main ridge. If you are attempting this route (or any others on Skye) I From the lochan, pick up the path and head back to Glenbrittle. You can start from the hut at the phonebox the stone shoot on the other side. Most sources (including the OS) have it as two words "Mhic Choinnich" Sgurr Mhic Choinnich though the OS 1:25K has it as one word "MhicChoinnich". Cross a track that heads south-west, then continue on the path uphill for ½km. Leave Sgurr Dearg by following the path on the south side of the In Pinn and An Stac, do not be tempted by a scree-run heading off right - it's a dead end - keep to the base of the An Stac. "The Main Cuillin Ridge in 1 day. map of the Cuillins, Car park at the campsite at the bottom of Sgurr Thearlaich is only classed as a Munro Top; in … a route up. Over some large boulders then occasional easy scrambles to reach Loch Coir a'Ghrunnda. Consider things such as access and accommodation at the base of Sgurr Alasdair, as … There Return to Glenbrittle the way you came up. Climbing photos at Sgurr Alasdair uploaded by users of mountain-forecast.com foot of her managed no bother. a rest and view out across loch Coruisk. You will now be feeling elated Plonk yourself onto the safety of Sgurr Dearg and watch the other climbers do what you've just done. Continue north, downhill sticking on the crest over a very airy section, followed by a plateau leading to a dead end. A junction is reached, turn right, cross the burn and head wsw and on a well constructed path for 1km, then cross the Allt Coire Lagan. var cur = 2000; var year = new Date(); if(cur == year.getFullYear()) year = year.getFullYear(); else year = cur + ' - ' + year.getFullYear(); document.write(year); Once up out of this chimney continue up with extreme care on exceptionally loose ground to Sgurr Alasdair's summit. Most of the finer stone has been pushed to the bottom, however it's still a fine scree run. Sgurr Mhic Choinnich is an odd peak that ends abruptly at a cliff, as though a giant had hewn a chunk of the ridge out with an axe. Sgurr nan Eag, Sgurr Dubh Mor and Sgurr Alasdair; Sgurr Mhic Choinnich, The In Pinn and Sgurr na Banachdich; Sgurr a'Mhadaidh and Sgurr a'Greadaidh; Sgurr nan Gillean, Am Basteir and Bruach na Frithe; What we are able to do always depends on the conditions but you can be sure that your guide will always select the best objective for each day. Just after an inlet with some sand, turn and aim directly up. The mountain is named after the mountain guide, John MacKenzie. There is no obvious route choice, but select carefully and you'll get down without incident. This feature that contain it. All right reserved. It isn't The route to Sgurr Mhic Choinnich looked imposing. narrower ridges. but the 1000ft of nothing under your heels is perhaps a little There are some choices of route here, but the best is not easy to find. It is a bit disconcerting to be pushing yourself out But the recent Skye climbing guide (and a handful of other places) has one word without the "h" - "MhicCoinnich" No match for crag id:707 Much of the fine scree has been pushed to the bottom of the slope, so take care with your ankles particluarly at the start of the descent route. It is a typical climbing guide designed to be taken The OS maps are useless for this is the Harveys map is waterproof; a very useful feature as we gully head off northish to get to the summit of Sgurr Sgumain. After yesterdays 11½ hour epic Iain of Kendal Mountaineering Services had read the mood of the group and determined to have a shorter walk today. It is almost impossible right ridge to walk down to get to the south face of Alasdair. path down across the bowl of the outer corrie and head towards Close-up of Sgurr Alasdair (highest) then Sgurr Thearlaich & Sgurr Mhic Choinnich - the Great Stone Chute lies between Alasdair & Thearlaich We quickly reached the summit of Sgurr Alasdair at 992m or 3,255ft: the highest peak in the Cuillin range. content within this website is provided by independent third parties, ledge but I have read it should rightfully be called Hart's will lead you with a few ups and downs right across the face Various routes options present themselves, but generally keep just to the Coire Ghrunnda side of the crest. It would not have The Cuillin ridge is broken here by a steep plunge down to the famous Collie's Ledge before Sgurr Thearlaich rears up in the very near distance. Leaving Sgurr na da Bheinn, head initially in the direction of the peak (east), but look for a path on loose scree on your left (north). small exposed bit - nothing wrong with keeping the heart rate is followed on a traverse across the face until you are right The scramble up is not really that difficult, it's just the exposure that's frightening. The Cuillin are composed of gabbro rock which gives wonderful grip even when wet, but these mountains have steep faces and narrow ridges which invariably require scrambling or even rock-climbing to reach the summit. Gars-bheinn was reached at 06:25. To reach, Cross the col, one little move being required, then head up easy loose ground to. Leave Alasdair down the Time to sit and finish that lunch that you might appreciate it in a few minutes. A junction is reached, turn right, cross the burn and head west-south-west and on a well constructed path for 1km, then cross the Allt Coire Lagan. Prvovýstup: Alexander Nicolson (1873) ... a Sgùrr Mhic Choinnich (948 m n. m.) v nejvyšších partiích jihovýchodní části pohoří, zvané Black Cuillin, byla pojmenována po místním rodákovi Alexandru Nicolsonovi, který jako první vystoupil v roce 1873 na její vrchol. Follow the path around to the top of the An Stac screes, then continue up, From Sgurr Mhic Choinnich's summit, the route down via King's Chimney requires an abseil, therefore it's easier to return 100m or so and pick up. Sgurr Mhic Choinnich is one of the most difficult of the Cuillin Munros to reach for non rock-climbers. Sgurr Mhic Choinnich is a 6.3 mile loop trail located near Isle Of Rum, Highland, Scotland that features a lake and is rated as difficult. You should see the Cioch Yesterday, we tackled the northern three; Sgurr Nan Gillean, Am Basteir and Bruach na Frithe, which we completed in good time. I had filled a flask with coffee at the camp site and decide to take 3ltrs of water with me. The other A Mhic Choinnich csúcsára törekvőknek a nyeregnél jobbra kell venniük az irányt, és a Cuillin főgerincén haladniuk. the shoot and dislodged stones can travel down it at alarming the small circular cairn at the top. It is very important gully head off northish to get to the summit of Sgurr Sgumain. Scramble directly up to the summit boulder, with only one modertly difficult move on the way. Sgurr Thearlaich - 0.1km Sgurr Sgumain - 0.2km Sgurr Mhic Choinnich - 0.3km Sgurr Dubh an Da Bheinn (Sgurr Dubh na Da Bheinn) - 0.6km Caisteal a’Garbh-Choire - 0.7km Sgurr Dubh Mor - 0.8km Stob Coir’ a’ Ghrunnda - 0.8km Sgurr Dearg – Inaccessible Pinnacle - 1.0km The way is fairly obvious and leads to a short chimney section Sgurr Mhic Choinnich is one of the more difficult peaks on the Black Cuillin Ridge. way up. Head north from Sgurr a'Ghreadaidh's summit over easy loose ground and go around The Wart - a large black cliff on your right. Sgurr nan Eag, Sgurr Dubh na Da Bheinn, Sgurr Dubh Mor, Sgurr Alasdair, Sgurr Mhic Choinnich, Inaccessible Pinnacle (Sgurr Dearg) Sunday 7th October 2012. Sgurr Mhic Choinnich 7 day weather forecast including weather warnings, temperature, rain, wind, visibility, humidity and UV Cross the outflow and start to walk around the south side of the loch. If a quick escape descent out is required, heading down the Stone Shoot is the way ! (until you look down) but the rock is quite good and the holds The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips. The way is fairly obvious and leads to a short chimney section When you reach the col you have another chance for Scottishsport.co.uk. the one from the campsite is quite wonderful (guess who made of Glen Brittle. Approaching Caisteal a'Garbh Coire, the terrain becomes easy, pass this block on the north (right) side and reach a windy bealach. Pass an impressive cleft on your left, then keeping more or less to the crest continue down to An Dorus. This is a fantastic place to stop for a while and take in the views. Return for a bit, then get onto the crest of Sgurr na Eag's west ridge. At around the 800m contour things start to get more tricky and you feel yourself being pulled into Coire Lagan by the angle of the rock - resist and try to stay as close to the crest as possible, but keeping on the south side, following a faint path. Head north-west, and reach Bealach Coir' an Lochain via boulders and no difficulties. I was kitted up and ready to go around 11am. The Thearlaich Dubh Gap is however easily avoided by following a faint path below Sgurr Alasdair's south-facing butresses to a small cave (see photo). A path is followed uphill with only occasional easy scrambling being required. bit intimidating. The main top with its cairn is just a bit further, but there are some tricky moves between these summits. An easy direct scramble will take you to the summit of. Up some slighlty loose ground to a point of safety, then turn right and scramble up two slabs (tricky if wet) and a gap between rocks to reach the airy crest of the summit. Sgurr Mhic Choinnich is a wedge-shaped ridge of rock above the back of Coire Lagan. top of the Great Stone Shoot. would STRONGLY recommend you get a copy of the guide book Scrambles Sgurr Alasdair Mountain Photos. The easiest way up is the east ridge - start this near the bottom of the rock (see photo above), then get onto the crest. fro the normal Skye exposure. If you are lucky and it's sunny the way on to Alasdair is obvious, if it's not (as we had) you may take a few goes to find the right ridge to walk down to get to the south face of Alasdair. Climb up the In Pinn and abseil off as described in the 'Main Route'. In Glenbrittle, by the phone-box and Glen Brittle War Memorial Hut, a route starts by the roadside and heads east. The holds are good Return to Sgurr na da Bheinn the same way, or, if you prefer something slightly harder, stick to the crest. Copyright © Home » Mountain routes » Corbetts » Islands » Black Cuillin South, Early morning on Sgurr Mhic Choinnich and Sgurr Alasdair, The Inaccessible Pinnacle with Sgurr Alasdair behind, Heading off from Sgurr Dearg to Sgurr na Banachdich, Sgurr na Banachdich and Sgurr a'Greadaidh from Sgurr Dearg, Sgurr a'Greadaidh from Sgurr na Banachdich, Sgurr a'Mhadaidh and Bruach na Frithe from Sgurr a'Greadaidh, The Red Cuillin - Glamaig, Beinn Dearg Mhor and Marsco, Scottish Avalance Information Service - Torridon, Privacy policy, disclaimer and terms of use. Map at Mapsworldwide, Harveys speeds. From the campsite at the end of Glenbrittle, walk through the campsite, past the toilets, over the fence, then up a path. It is a wonderful If you've got a good head for heights, you could aim directly up An Stac, however, if you'd like a breather before the exposure on the In-Pinn, just keep to the top of the screes and below the rock of An Stac. below An Stac. From the first top, keep mainly to the crest, then just before the main summit, drop a bit to the left, contour just below it and come back on it to reach the cairn. you are planning your next trip to that magical isle. On up to Name: Sgurr Mhic Choinnich: Hill number: 1248: Height: 948.1m / 3111ft: Parent (Ma): 1239 Sgurr Alasdair: RHB Section: 17B: Minginish and the Cuillin Hills At the top of the Two of the bottles had been in the freezer over night so they would thaw out as I … You may have to wait a while before it's your turn to start up on the Inaccessible Pinnacle's edge, the most difficult of Munro peaks ! is not an awful amount of room but there are places you can The route turns left then reaches the crest of, Scramble down the cleft then haul yourself up the screes to the top of the Great Stone Chute. Sgurr Alasdair & Mhic Choinnich It was hot for the walk up into Coire Lagan. area, both the 1:50000 and the 1:25000. normal tourist route (north eastish) until you get down to the You Follow the path for 1km, then leave it and head due east up Sgurr Dearg. Climb up on loose stone and boulders to reach the base of the Inaccessible Pinnacle. Anyway A bit of easy scrambling at the col, with a good view over to Blaven. The easiest way down is to abseil off the west side. climbs of the Cioch face so you will need to turn right and map of the Cuillins. October 28, 2020 Trip reports alexander nicolson, britain, cuillin ridge, dave fowler, edita, hill walking, isle of skye, munros, norman collie, scotland, sgurr alasdair, sgurr mhic choinnich 3 Comments. up the hill with you for reference when needed. The best bit the campsite and keep left at the first fork about 400 metres cliffs etc which are everywhere on Skye. down looking at the loch and the wonderful boiler plate slabs When we went up in July 2002 Please submit any useful information about climbing Sgurr Alasdair that may be useful to other climbers. accuracy of any information contained within this site. Hear pronunciation Press to hear pronunciation. your feet have to go but remember just how easy it was on the Apart from some minor easy scrambling, there are no difficulties reaching the large cairn on top of some boulders. At the next junction at GR 434206 turn off on the head up towards the Sgumain Stone Shoot; a very broad gully A great short day on the hill, or can be combined with scrambling towards Sgurr Alisdair via ledge systems on the west face of the mountain, or the East Ridge of the Inaccessible Pinnacle to make a … along it. The trip calls for a fair bit of Grade 3 scrambling and a reasonable There is a small memorial plaque on the summit. Glen Brittle, For Skye, we would always recommend hiring As the rock wall disappears on the right a faint path At Sligachan on the A87, the A863 heads west towards Carbost. The alternative (see photo on right) is to cross the bealach and look for a ledge off left. The trickiest parts are getting onto Sgurr Alasdair from Coire Ghrunnda, getting off Sgurr Thearlaich, approaching Sgurr Mhic Choinnich and of course the Inaccessible Pinnacle on Sgurr Dearg. Name: Sgurr Mhic Choinnich: Hill number: 1248: Height: 948.1m / 3111ft: Parent (Ma): 1239 Sgurr Alasdair: RHB Section: 17B: Minginish and the Cuillin Hills The final approach along the ridge is an exposed and in places difficult scramble; the rock scenery throughout is superb. scrambling) igényel. the main ridge at 1:12500. (even if some of the steps are a bit big). Sgurr Mhic Choinnich & Sgurr Alasdair via Collie's ledge My last Munro experience was on Sgurr nan Gillean in September - almost a full year and in that time, I had started a dream job, Martha had started school and a pandemic was in full flow. Remeber also at this stage that you are going ScottishSport.co.uk It takes you plentiful. Ledge as it was discovered by the latter gentleman. Easy ground takes you down to a slight difficulty on a dyke, easily overcome with care. Pick a route down these screes and soon you are Next up is Sgurr Thearlaich - from the top of the Shoot, walk south-south-east down on a path on the screes until you see a gap on Sgurr Thearlaich's rock. There is some scrambling here, face the rock and descend down to the col. Cross the col, one little move being required, then head up easy loose ground to Sgurr a'Mhadaidh's small airy summit. Pick up the recently re-constructed path and follow it down to the youth hostel, stopping to admire the waterfalls on the way. to have to reverse this move on the way back. Up some slighlty loose ground to a point of safety, then turn right and scramble up two slabs (tricky if wet) and a gap between rocks to reach the airy crest of the summit. The path leads towards the rock Decision - either abseil directly down (see photo on right), or head back slightly and look for a loose route on the left (west). Sgùrr MhicCoinnich; An Cuiltheann: na beanntan as fhaide deas air am faicinn bho Rubha an Dùnain, bho chli: Sgùrr na Banachdaich, Sgùrr Dearg, Sgùrr MhicCoinnich, Sgurr Sgumain (a' cur Sgùrr Alasdair am falach), Sgùrr Dubh an Dà Bheinn, Sgurr nan Eag, Garsbheinn : Àirde (m) 948 Àirde (tr) 3110 Àirde rinneach (m) 56 air liosta Here the guidebook sit and admire the view (or the fog). either as part of a feature or through links to other websites. never had time for up above and admire the view. from the rock so you can look down between your legs to see where if you are lucky. to the top of the highest Cuillin peak and along one of its With Robin Howie. Between it and Sgurr Alasdair lay a higher peak called Sgurr Thearlaich. Mhic Choinnich is named after the Victorian mountain guide John MacKenzie, an early pioneer who lived locally in Sconser, and who made a number of notable first ascents in the Cuillin. Head down this road for a few miles, then turn off for Carbost and just before entering the village, the road splits by a campsite - take the narrow road with passing places heading down to Glenbrittle. Really windy on Carn Liath but settled down into a stunning evening. Cross to the other side of the col, then follow a ledge on your left (see photo in Main Route). Follow the path for 1km, then leave it and head due east up Sgurr Dearg. A gerincen megtett út kétharmadánál jobb kéz felé kezdődik az ún. to see the contours for the amount of black ink showing crags, back and thinking "how on earth did we just do that?". is not as bad as it looks as the boulders seem to form a staircase We left Glen Brittle campsite at 03:30. Though not as spectacular as Coire Ghrunnda, Coire Lagan is a fine place to stop and take in what you've just scrambled. Keep to the right (south) side of the 3 teeth and reach a col ith some stone circles to shelter out of the wind. 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