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Walking in Loch Clair & Loch Coulin

TORRIDON MOUNTAINS

Click on a Torridon area for more of my Hillwalking details

Shieldaig & Balgy              Loch Clair & Coulin
Beinn Eighe             River Kinlochewe                  Coire Mhic

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.


Walking Loch Clair & Loch Coulin - Torridon Mountains - Scottish Walks.

Length: 3 mile Duration:  2 Hours.
Difficulty: 2/10 O.S. 25



On the other side of the road ( A896 ) from the Beinn Eighe ridge lies a delightful walk that many a tourist could miss, since their attention would be guided to the vastness and beauty of Beinn Eighe and the also impressive Leathach.

Liathach & Loch Clair Walk
Liathach & Loch Clair Walk


A small car park, suitable for three or four cars lies east of the main car park on the A896, crossing the road from here, pick up the smaller road that leads into the Coulin Estate. This road will lead you along the banks of Loch Clair and then onto a rougher path that takes in Loch Coulin.  

Loch Clair at Creag Dhubh
Loch Clair & Creag Dhubh

Loch Clair Walk
Loch Clair

Loch Damh Walk
Loch Damh


After reaching the end of Loch Coulin the path becomes easier again and makes its way back to the roadside. The lochs are small and placid with splendid views of the surrounding hills and the Beinn Eighe ridge never being out of sight. This is a five mile walk and to be really enjoyed the walker should give himself around three hours..

Loch Coulin from Walkers Path
Loch Coulin from
Walkers Path

 

 

 

This website is dedicated to my passion - Walking throughout Scotland.
I have tried to share my experiences with you, in the hope that you will have some idea where to walk and what to look out for on your travels.
This is not an Official Guide but use only as a helpful hints & ideas to get you through the terrain.