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Hillwalking in Coire Mhic Nobil


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Torridon Mountains a selection of mountains in the Wester ross area just up from the Isle of Skye on the West Coast of Scotland.
includes Fishing Cycling, Sightseeing, Hillwalking, Climbing, Touring in the Scottish Countryside.

Hillwalking Coire Mhic Noble - Torridon Mountains - Scottish Walks.

Length: 4 mile Duration:  3 Hours.
Difficulty: 5/10 O.S. 24

The Coire Mhic Nobile walk is a hidden treasure to those not up to scratch on their hillwalking. Taking in the north face of Liathach and the Alligin range, this walk has in effect two starting points and is really up to the individual which one to choose although east to west is probably the better option, which would put the sun on your back. Find the car park on the A896 about 3 miles east of Torridon village underneath Liathach and pick up the well posted sign for the walk.

Looking to Beinn Eighe in the Coire Mhic Nobile Walk
Looking to Beinn Eighe
in the Coire Mhic Nobile Walk

Alligin Range
Coire Mhic Nobile

A steady upward climb takes you around the eastern wall of Liathach, through a gorge with Beinn Eighe on your right, then past some lochains and soon with the north face of Liathach on your left, the Alligin range comes into sight, keeping a steady pace carry on with the three Horns of Alligin, Sgurr Mor and Tom na Gruagaich still to your right you will soon be nearing the end of the walk at another car park which is about 2 miles west of Torridon. 3-4 hrs walk. 

East Liathach on Coire Mhic Nobile Walk
East Liathach on
Coire Mhic Nobile Walk

North Butresses of Liathach
North Butresses
of Liathach

River Coire Mhic Nobile after heavy rain
River Coire Mhic Nobile
after heavy rain



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