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- An Teallach -

Painting No. 145

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An Teallach (The Forge) is one of the most amazing mountains in Scotland, its web of narrow ridges topped by fantastic sandstone pinnacles, blending into rounded tops of white quartzite on Glas Mheall Liath and Sail Liath. The main summits are Bidean a’ Ghlas Thuill (1062m/3484ft) and Sgurr Fiona (1060m/3478ft), but the main attraction is the jagged razor of a ridge from Sgurr Fiona over the precipitous Lord Berkeley’s Seat and the Corrag Bhuidhe Pinnacles - a scrambler’s delight! But be warned: you need a good head for heights and ideally a rope for protection. There are narrow paths on the steep western slopes bypassing the ridge crest, but even here care is needed. The view of the ridge from Loch Toll an Lochain is much less demanding on leg muscles and adrenal glands, but still awe-inspiring.  Relax and enjoy it!

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