Mullach nan Coirean

Mullach nan Coirean

Munro peak in the Mamores range

The most westerly and lowest Munro peak in the Mamores range, Mullach nan Coirean's predominantly grassy slopes contrast with its eastern aspect of crags above Coire Dearg.


Mullach nan Coirean


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Height939.3m
Prominence92m
Meaningsummit of the coires
ListsMunro, 234
LocationMamores, Loch Linnhie to Loch Ericht
Grid RefNN122662
Lat/Lon56.74973, -5.07289


At the western end of the Mamores range, Mullach nan Coirean rises above Glen Nevis, its bouldery summit in stark contrast to its heather-clad slopes and the forestry in the glen.

From forestry in Glen Nevis, Mullach nan Coirean can be climbed following a tracks and paths directly up its north-eastern shoulder.

Mullach nan Coirean is linked to Stob Ban via twisting crests that hug Coire Dearg and with a drop of less than 100m, most hillwalkers will choose to hike over both these Munros in one continuous circular route.

For fit hikers and hill-runners, here is also the option of bagging Mullach nan Coirean as part of a complete Mamores traverse (or even a longer Tranter's Round or Ramsay's Round).



Routes up Mullach nan Coirean


Western Mamores hiking route

At the western end of the Mamores mountain range, a horseshoe route with some rough terrain takes in the two Munro peaks of Mullach nan Coirean and Stob Ban.

Peaks : 2 Munros

Ascent : 1200m (3940ft)
Distance : 12km (7m)
Time : 5hr

Mamores range hillwalking route

The Mamores is one of the finest mountain ranges in Scotland, with 10 Munro summits scattered over crests and ridges between Glen Nevis and Glencoe. This route bags them all in one outing !

Peaks : 10 Munros

Ascent : 3400m (11150ft)
Distance : 34km (21m)
Time : 14hr



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