Sgalag

Bad na Sgalag Native Pinewood





The area to the East of Loch Bad na Sgalag has been enclosed by a deer fence and over 1 million trees planted. Most of the trees in this area were cut down and used to make charcoal for the iron smelting works by the shores of Loch Maree. Many native species of tree have been planted in the hope that the area can be restored and also encourage local wildlife.

Bad na Sgalag

Meall Lochan a' Chleirich Meall a Ghlas Leothaid Meall na Meine Loch Maree Loch Bad na Sgalag Lochan a' Chleirich Am Feur-Loch Waterfall Dubh Loch Baosbheinn Loch Garbhaig Loch na h-Oidhche Fisherfield Gleann na Muice Abhainn Bruachaig Abhainn Bruachaig Geocache Beinn a Mhuinidh Sgurr anTuill Bain Sgurr Dubh Meall Lochan a' Chleirich 401m
Meall a Ghlas Leothaid 341m
Meall na Meine 422m
From Meall Lochan a' Chleirich
Loch Maree
Loch Bad na Sgalag
Lochan a' Chleirich
Am Feur - Loch The path climbs up by the side of this waterfall and crosses the burn via a wooden bridge>
Dubh Loch
Baosbheinn
Loch Garbhaig Loch na h-Oidhche The remote Fisherfield Mountains
Gleann na Muice
The river has carved some weirdly shaped caverns here
Beinn Eighe comes in to view again


Meall a Ghlas Leothaid Climbing Meall a Ghlas Leothaid


Looking down towards Gairloch from Meall a Ghlas Leothaid 341m Meall a Ghlas Leothaid


Meall Lochan a' Chleirich Climbing Meall Lochan a' Chleirich


On the summit of Meall Lochan a' Chleirich 401m Meall Lochan a' Chleirich  401m


Climbing Meall na Meane


Loch Maree & Slioch Slioch


This area is described in Peter Barton's Torridon Walking Guide as the "Flowerdale Miniatures"

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Torridon:A Walkers Guide


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All pictures © Ian Van Hinsbergh Last Update 3rd December 2014