Sgurr nan Each

Sgurr nan Each

Munro peak in Fannichs

At a shade over Munro height, Sgurr nan Each lies in the heart of the Fannichs, hidden well from roadside view.

Sgurr nan Each

Meaningpeak of the horses
ListsMunro, 267
LocationThe Fannichs, The Fannichs to Loch Maree
Grid RefNH185698
Lat/Lon57.68089, -5.04669

Sgurr nan Each is a subsiduary top of Sgurr nan Clach Geala in the centre of the Fannichs. A ridge running north-south connects these two peaks at a bealach just over 100m below Sgurr nan Each's height. The western face of Sgurr nan Each is a grass-covered uniformed slope contrasting with its more sheer eastern side consisting of crags dropping to the Allt a' Choire Mhoir below.

With a ridge connecting Sgurr nan Each to Sgurr nan Clach Geala, these two Munro summits are most likely to be hiked together. Other Munro peaks stand close by, so there are a few options to extend a hike further.

Approaches to Sgurr nan Each follow well defined tracks and paths in the glens which lead to pathless slopes of heather and grass. Higher up, paths travel on the mountain's crest sticking close to the upper edges of its east facing coire.

Routes up Sgurr nan Each

Fannichs Big 9

This route taking in all nine Munros in the Fannichs mountain range makes for an epic day out and begins (and ends) with a 12km cycle up a private road in the peaceful land surrounding Loch Fannich.

Peaks : 9 Munros

Ascent : 3050m (10010ft)
Distance : 61km (38m)
Time : 15:30hr

Western Fannichs

The 5 Munros in the west of the Fannichs mountain range can be approached from the 'destitution road' by the head of Loch a' Bhraoin. On paths most of the way, much of the route traces ridges above steep sided corries.

Peaks : 5 Munros

Ascent : 1840m (6040ft)
Distance : 23km (14m)
Time : 8:50hr

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