Quinag (Sail Gharbh)

Quinag seems to occupy a part of north-west Scotland where misfit mountains quite unlike any other are flung, unwittingly creating a place which contains without question the most iconic mountains in Britain. With neighbours such as Stac Pollaidh and Suilven, Quinag is from the north a startling triangle of seeming impenetrability, from other directions a sprawling massif radiating ridges of varying difficulty.
Best route: most walkers enter Quinag’s fortress from the south-east, striking the main ridge at the Bealach a’ Chornaidh (NC239293).


Height(m) : 808
Height(ft) : 2651
Our Rating : Not Rated
Location : Northwest Highlands
Grid Reference : NC209291
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