Nevis Hill Walking Club, Sunday June 19 – Glen Dessarry

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Sgurr an Fhuarain (901m, Corbett) – peak of the spring
Sgurr Mor (1003m, Munro) – big peak
Sgurr Cos na Breachd-laoidh (835m, Corbett) – peak of the hollow of the speckled calf
Druim a’ Chuirn (822m, Corbett Top) – ridge of the cairn
Sgurr Mhurlagain (880m, Corbett) – rough-topped peaks
Fraoch Bheinn (858m Corbett) – heather mountain

A trip to the western end of Loch Arkaig to reach some of Lochaber’s most remote hills.

Only the exceptionally fast and fit will be able to visit all of these peaks in one day so a number of shorter routes are proposed taking in one, two or three summits. See details below:

Route 1: Sgurr an Fhuarain and Sgurr Mor
Route 2: Sgurr Cos na Breachd-laoidh and Druim a’ Chuirn
Route 2 and part of 3: Sgurr Cos na Breachd-laoidh, Druim a’ Chuirn and Fraoch Bheinn
Route 3: Sgurr Mhurlagain and Fraoch Bheinn

Route 1: 24km, 1,521m ascent
Route 2: 14km, 880m ascent
Route 2 and part of 3: 19km, 1,800m ascent
Route 3: 15km, 1,348m ascent

For more details of the route visit or the Nevis Hillwalking Club Facebook page.

Walks may change at short notice due to conditions on the day and Covid restrictions.

If you are a keen hill walker and want to know more about the club, participate in walks or are interested in becoming a member, contact