Beinn Eighe

Beinn Airigh Charr



Beinn Airigh Charr is one of the most accessible peaks in the great wilderness of the Fisherfield and Letterewe Estates.The walk starts from the car park by the bridge in Poolewe and takes the road to Kernsary by the side of the River Ewe


Beinn Airigh Charr

Moorland Torridon Sheep Fold Gorge Path Loch Maree Fionn Loch Summit Cairn Loch Maree Loch Ewe Kernsary Ardlair River Ewe Poolewe Loch Kernsary Loch Beannach Mor LochGhiuragarstidh Loch Tollaidh Loch na Moine Crossing the moorland to reach the road down to Ardlair.
The Torridon Mountains from the Ardlair Road
Xan & Charlie exploring the old sheep fold
The path follows a burn through a small wooded gorge.
The path carries on gradually climbing uphill.
Loch Maree from the col
Fionn Loch and Carnmore
Summit Cairn and Fionn Loch
Loch Maree
Loch Ewe from Beinn Airigh Charr.
Kernsary
Ardlair and Beinn Airigh Charr from Slattadale
River Ewe
Poolewe
Loch Kernsary
A small cairn marks the point where you leave the Kernsary road and cut across the moorland to reach the road down to Ardlair. Beinn Airigh Charr


Torridon Looking across Loch Maree to the Torridon Mountains from the Ardlair Road.


A Stalkers path leaves the Ardlair Road and starts the long traverse in to Beinn Airigh Charr by this old sheep fold. Sheep Fold


Gorge The path follows a burn through a small wooded gorge.


The path carries on gradually climbing uphill. Stalkers Path


Col Eventually reaching the col between Spidean nan Clach and Meall Chnaimhean.


The Torridon Mountains from near the top. Torridon


Fionn Loch Looking down to Fionn Loch and Carnmore.


Beinn Lair and Slioch from the top. Beinn Lair and Slioch


Loch Ewe Looking West to Loch Ewe.


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All pictures © Ian Van Hinsbergh Last Update 11th November 2014