Torridon Munros

Whether you are a beginner or a time-served Munro-bagger, the Torridon peaks offer some of the most glorious mountaineering experiences in Scotland.

There are three great mountain ranges to the north of Glen Torridon: Beinn Alligin, Liathach and Beinn Eighe. Each contains two Munros (peaks over 3000 feet) giving six in total to the north of the glen. To the south lie three further Munros, deep within the Coulin forest. All the hills offer fantastic views of the wild and remote West Highlands.

Here is our interactive map of the Torridon Munros. Pick a peak to find out more then contact the Torridon Activities team who will be glad to guide you to the top.

Torridon Mountain Rescue – We support our local ‘Torridon Mountain Rescue’ who do a great job as volunteers. Our senior instructor Charlie Burrow is on the team.

The Torridon
(57.529137009104915, -5.52927665412426)
Sgorr Ruadh 962m
(Sgorr Ruadh )
Beinn Leith Mhor 926m
(Beinn Leith Mhor)
Maol Chean-Dearg 933m
(Maol Chean-Dearg)
Spidean Coire nan Clach 993m
(Spidean Coire nan Clach - Bein Eighe)
Ruadh-stac Mor 1010m
(Ruadh-stac Mor - Beinn Eighe)
Spidean a'Choire Leith 1055m
(Spidean a'Choire Leith - Liathach)
Mullach an Rathain 1023m
(Mullach an Rathain Liathach)
Sgurr Mor 986m
(57.578288099230434, -5.535027980804443)
Tom na Gruagaich 922m
(Beinn Alligin - Tom na Gruagaich)

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