- Bruach na Frithe Latitude 57.246667 Longitude -6.210278
Bruach na Frithe is the easiest Munro summit on the Cuillin Ridge, with one of the best view points.
One of Britain's only true mountain range, not too difficult for a competent hill walker, depending on the weather.
Unless you are skilled and experienced, do not attempt this walk. The summit, which has the only trig point on the ridge, is 958m high, The bealach is worth the climb You can see the view south, into and over Lotta Coire, to Bla Bheinn, Elgol and Rum, and the massive summit of Am Basteir (The Executioner' in English)
A few yards north takes you onto the ridge leading out to Sgurr a' Bhasteir, from where you get a great view of Sgurr nan Gillean's Pinnacle Ridge.
To your right at the head of the corrie is Sgurr a' Fionn Choire, and Bruach na Frithe itself.
take the level path running along the back wall of Fionn Choire, below the peak of Sgurr a' Fionn Choire.
This leads to the east ridge of Bruach na Frithe and a clear and straightforward path to the summit.
To return back down follow the same route, although on a good day you can follow the north-west ridge down to the foot of Fionn Choire.
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