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Creag na Faoilinn is the rocky sentinel guarding the eastern side of the entrance to Strath Beag at the head of Loch Eriboll. This steep sided valley curves deeply into an extensive area of low but wild hills and crags, and links eventually with the equally remote valley of Glen Golly and Strath More at the head of Loch Hope. Although a mere pimple at only 286m (938ft) in height, Creag na Faoilinn is as formidable as its name. Its menacing upper crags are home to peregrine falcons, and are protected lower down by ragged skirts of tangled trees, below which a narrow stony track winds between fallen rocks and peat-bogs. The track ends at a turbulent burn, beyond which is the bothy of Strabeg and a wonderful wilderness for the adventurous to explore.