Where is Aonach Beag (Alder)?

Where is Aonach Beag (Alder)?

Aonach Beag is part of the high mountain ridge situated just to the north of Ben Alder. It has a dome-shaped form, with three radiating ridges and steep flanks, making part of a grand ridge walk. You haven’t climbed Aonach Beag (Alder) yet.

Where are the best places to walk in Corrour?

This is a straight forward walk with fine views at Corrour including Leum Uilleim, Beinn na Lap, and even Ben Alder. The views from the foot of Loch Trieg include the Easains and. Creag Ghuanach. As Staoineag and Luibeilt are approached the views include Ben Nevis, Aonach Beag, Grey Corries and the eastern Mamores.

How do I get to Corrour station?

Corrour station is reached by train from either Tulloch, Roy Bridge, Spean Bridge or Fort William to the N or Rannoch, Bridge of Orchy, etc, stations to the S. There is a regular bus service from Kinlochleven to Fort William which takes about an hour and calls at Glencoe village en route where one could catch a bus south.

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