Sgorr Ruadh

Highland, Scotland
Hard
Partially Family Friendly

About Sgorr Ruadh

Sgorr Ruadh is a hill situated in Wester Ross in the Highland region of Scotland. Its craggy slopes rise to an elevation of 962 m (3,156 ft), classifying it as a Munro, and it stands close to Beinn Liath Mhor and Fuar Tholl, either or both of which peaks it is frequently climbed in conjunction with.

For climbers, the craggy north-west side has around 20 recognised traditional and winter ascents; while walkers will usually ascend via the steep but wet southern slopes or from the mountain pass (known as a bealach in Scotland) which links it with Beinn Liath Mhor. There is a cairn at the summit from which there is a spectacular panoramic view of neighbouring Munros and the Torridon mountains to the west.

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Rock Climbing
Nature Photography
Camping
Wildlife Watching
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Highland, Scotland
Latitude: 57.501698, Longitude: -5.40795

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