Glen Feshie and Rothiemurchus Munros

Sgor Gaoith and Mullach Clach a'Bhlair lie in the heart of Rothiemurchus - 10,000 acres of Caledonian forest, lochs, rivers, glens, mountains, and wild landscapes.

Many features of the last ice-age can be picked out while wandering around in this wonderful area.

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The two Munros in this group couldn't be more different - Sgor Gaoith is craggy on its east side with long drops, whereas Mullach Clach a'Bhlair is the highest point on a vast plateau south-west of Braeriach and Cairn Toul.

Heather, juniper and forests cover the lower slopes, with good tracks and paths to access. Higher up, ground is pretty flat and can be very diffcult to navigate on in mist.


Munros Sgor Gaoith (1118m, Munro 36)
Mullach Clach a'Bhlair (1019m, Munro 114)
 
Ascent 1025m (3,350ft)
Distance       21km (13m)
Time walk : 7hr*
run : 2:30hr
*Naismith's rule : 4km/h distance + 600m/h ascent

Start/finish   Auchlean
(grid ref : NN852976)

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Terrain
easy difficult
Navigation
easy testing
Effort
stroll long day
Scenery
ok stunning
 
Meanings  Mullach Clach a'Bhlair : 'summit of the stone of the plain'
Sgor Gaoith : 'windy peak'




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