Route details with 360° virtual tour, map, 3D model and GPX download of the route to the summit of these mountains in Scotland.
The main backbone of the Mamores stretches from Meall a’ Chaorainn, a subsidiary top of Mullach nan Coirean, at the western end of the ridge, to Sgòr Eilde Beag, a top of Binnein Mòr some 10 km to the east. Three narrow arêtes run north from the main ridge connecting to the summits of Sgurr a’ Mhàim, An Gearanach and Binnein Mòr. Beyond the eastern end of the ridge are two steep outlying peaks: Binnein Beag and Sgurr Eilde Mòr. Sandwiched between the remote upper section of Glen Nevis, and Lochs Eilde Mòr and Eilde Beag, these two peaks are the remotest in the Mamores.
Mullach nan Coirean – Altitude: 939 m
Stob Bàn – Altitude: 999 m
Sgurr a’ Mhàim – Altitude: 1099 m
Am Bodach – Altitude: 1032 m
Stob Coire a’ Chàirn – Altitude: 981 m
An Gearanach – Altitude: 982 m
Na Gruagaichean – Altitude: 1056 m
Binnein Mòr – Altitude: 1130 m
Sgurr Eilde Mòr – Altitude: 1010 m)
Binnein Beag – Altitude: 943 m
Route Length: 23 miles Total Ascent: 9870 feet Surface: Rough/paths
Difficulty: Hard. An overnight camp would be advantageous unless running.
The north descent from Binnein Beag is very steep with boulder fields.
Route starts at Glen Nevis, Fort William, PH33 6SY
Google maps directions to the route start can be found HERE