Slioch is a mountain in Wester Ross, Scotland with an elevation of 981 m (3,218 ft) and a prominence of 626 m (2,054 ft). Its position at the south east end of Loch Maree and distinctive steep, craggy appearance is one of the Highlands’ most photographed views.
The ridge has two summit peaks, the most northerly one of which is at the edge of the cliffs and has the best outlook, and the southern top which is slightly higher, marked with a trig point. Being isolated from other mountains in the region, Slioch has excellent views from its summits, of the Fisherfield Forest, the Torridon Mountains and of course, Loch Maree itself.
The typical starting point for an ascent is from Incheril and along a level walk to Loch Maree before the climbing begins.