20th to 21st July Maps LR43, and OL57 or EX403 Glen Feshie
Monadh Mor (1119m, Munro) – Big hill
Beinn Bhrotain (1157m, Munro) – Hill of the mastiff
The Devil’s Point (1004m, Munro) – Bod an deamhain
Cairn Toul (1291m, Munro) – Hill of the barn
Sgor an Lochan Uaine (1258m, Munro) – Peak of the little green loch
Mullach Clach a’ Bhlair (1019m, Munro) – Summit of the stone of the plain
The intention is to do these hills with an overnight camp. These hills can each be reached by a long walk-in in a single day, but there is limited time to do more than one or two. An overnight camp
should allow us to do at least five Munros without too much effort. Since this is a short trip, then if weather permits, the minimum amount of gear is required.
Start from the CP 900m N of Auchlean at NN850985. Walk S to end of road and then turn E and follow path through the forest and uphill to a point just S of the summit of Carn Ban Mor. Descend
SE on the path until it joins a track near the 957m summit. Descend E along track and cross the Allt Sgairnich. Continue E for another 1.5km and camp by the Allt Luineag at about NN925957. There
should still be plenty of time to do Monadh Mor and Beinn Bhrotain before returning to campsite.
Next morning head out for the Devil’s point, Cairn Toul and Sgor an Lochain Uaine. Return to the campsite. Pack up and return to Glen Feshie, either by the approach route, or if energy levels permit, via the track to Mullach Clach a’ Bhlair.
Glen Feshie to campsite: 8km, 750m ascent.
Return to Glen Feshie: 200m ascent