Sgor Gaoith is a mountain in Highland, Scotland. It is 1118 m (3668 feet) high and is located in the western side of the Cairngorms, being separated from the Braeriach by the broad valley of Glen Einich. The eastern side of the summit is girded by rocky cliffs which plunge down to Loch Einich, and the western side includes heather slopes and a series of shallow corries. The summit offers a superb, fairly short hillwalk when is approached from Glen Feshie. The climb crosses by some great pinewoods before climbing the bare upper slopes to reach the vast plateau. It is very dramatic perched on the very edge of the vast broken crags that plunge down to Loch Einich.