Lochan Fada

The Heights of Kinlochewe





A long circular walk on mostly good paths

Heights of Kinlochewe

Incheril Beinn Eighe Glade Loch Maree Bridge Path Waterfalls Above the Falls Gleann Bianasdail Lochan Fada Crossing Lochan Fada Fisherfield Gleann na Muice Abhainn Bruachaig Abhainn Bruachaig Geocache Beinn a Mhuinidh Sgurr anTuill Bain Sgurr Dubh Setting off from Incheril
Beinn Eighe
Mossy Glade
Loch Maree
The Bridge over the Abhainn an Fhasaigh
The path now climbs steeply by the Abhainn an Fhasaigh
The Abhainn an Fhasaigh waterfalls
Above the waterfalls
Gleann Bianasdail
Eventually Lochan Fada comes in to view
The burn is crossed here
Walking by Lochan Fada
The remote Fisherfield Mountains
Gleann na Muice
The river has carved some weirdly shaped caverns here
Beinn Eighe comes in to view again
The walk starts from the Car Park at Incheril Incheril


Beinn Eighe Beinn Eighe dominates the view to the South West


The path climbs above the Kinlochewe river through ancient woodland Mossy Glade


Loch Maree You walk beside beautiful Loch Maree


The Bridge over the Abhainn an Fhasaigh, Slioch above Bridge


Burn This was once the site of an Iron Smelting Works, no trace remains of it today.


The path now climbs steeply by the Abhainn an Fhasaigh Path


Waterfalls There are several inpressive waterfalls to view..


Above the waterfalls Path


Gleann Bianasdail The path now rises steadily up the side of Gleann Bianasdail with a dramatic view back to Beinn Eighe


Eventually Lochan Fada comes in to view Lochan Fada


Crossing The burn has to crossed here by Lochan Fada there is no bridge so wading may be necessary in wet weather.


Walking by remote Lochan Fada, Slioch behind Lochan Fada


Fisherfield The remote Fisherfield Mountains


The Abhainn Bruachaig has carved some weirdly shaped caverns here. Abhainn Bruachaig


Beinn Eighe Beinn Eighe comes in to view, not far now to Incheril


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All pictures © Ian Van Hinsbergh 3rd December 2014