Glen Strathfarrar Munros
Route details with map, 3D model and GPX download of the route to the summit of these mountains in Scotland.
Munro – Sgùrr na Ruaidhe – ‘Peak of the Redness’ – Altitude: 993 metres
Munro – Càrn nan Gobhar – ‘Hill of the Goats’ – Altitude: 992 metres
Munro – Sgùrr a’ Choire Ghlais – ‘Rocky Peak of the Grey Corrie’ – Altitude: 1083 metres
Munro – Sgùrr Fhuar-thuill – ‘Peak of Cold Hollow’ – Altitude: 1049 metres
Length: 15.4 miles Total Ascent: 5130 ft Surface: Rough/path/road/bog
Average Walking Time: 9:00 h
Route starts west of Deanie Hydro Electric Power Station, Glen Strathfarrar, Beauly IV4 7JX
Google maps directions to the route start can be found HERE
Glen Strathfarrar Vehicle Access Restrictions
During the summer season (2 April 2022 to end of October) vehicle access is available to everyone, though controlled by a gate-keeper and subject to a number of conditions (see below).
The glen is closed to vehicles all day Tuesday, and closed Wednesday until 1.30pm
Daily opening times are:
April 9am – 6pm
May 9am – 7pm
June 9am – 8pm
July 9am – 8pm
August 9am – 8pm
September 9am – 7pm
October 9am – 6pm
Last vehicle access is one hour before closing time.
A maximum of 25 vehicles are permitted in the glen on a given day.
Vehicles can be parked at Mhullie Greens, just past Deanie power station at NH283386.
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All routes on 360munros.co.uk are SUMMER Munro Bagging Routes.
Winter Munro routes with Ice/Snow can be extremely challenging and dangerous.
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3D Model of the Glen Strathfarrar Munros
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