Loch Ossian Munros and CorbettsBest reached by a train journey, the remote area surrounding Loch Ossian is a delight to hike and explore in.
Main route summary
If you feel like an easier day that doesn't involve hiking up Munros or Corbetts, then a walk around Loch Ossian on the flat track encircling it is highly recommended.
The estate has seen significant investment over recent years with the track from Rannoch recently upgraded and now cyclable. Before getting the train back, finish the day off with a bite to eat at Corrour Restaurant by the train-halt.
Beinn na Lap (935m, Munro 241)|
Sgor Gaibhre (955m, Munro 208)
Carn Dearg (941m, Munro 232)
Meall na Meoig* (868m)|
Leum Uilleim* (906m)
*See 'Alternative Routes' below
walk : 9hr*, run : 6:30hr
*Naismith's rule : 4km/h distance + 600m/h ascent
(grid ref : NN423579)
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|Meanings||Beinn na Lap : 'dappled hill'
Sgor Gaibhre : 'peak of the goat'
Carn Dearg : 'red hill'
Meall na Meoig : 'hill of whey'
Leum Uilleim : 'William's leap'
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