- Sron a' Choire Ghairbh Latitude: 57.007889 Longitude: -4.928805
As you drive along the A82 north of Spean Bridge, Sron a'Choire Ghairbh and Meall na Teanga dramatically come into view.
They stand high and imposing above Loch Lochy and are accessed by Kilfinnan on the other side of Laggan Locks, here you will find forestry tracks that make for rapid and easy walk to the lower slopes of these Munros
Fine stalkers paths take over and continue to just below the summits, from where navigation is fairly straightforward.
Immediately behind these hills and hidden from the A82 are several smaller hills with fine views, including Ben Tee, a fine Corbett with great views.
To cycle across the bridge over Kilfinnan Burn,go through a gate and into forestry land.
Beyond this the track splits by a phone mast, keep right and cycle for another 2km to a bridge over the Allt Glas Dhoire.
Leave bikes here, and start up on a path marked by a small cairn and sign-post at the track-side.
The path is steep at first as it heads through forest.
As it exits the forest, the path then follows the Allt Glas Dhoire up to the bealach separating Sron a'Choire Ghairbh and Meall na Teanga.
This peat-bogged col is crossed by a line of fence posts. It doesn't matter in which order the two Munros are bagged, but for some reason.
Turn right and follow a fine stalker's path zig-zagging its way up Sron a'Choire Ghairbh's southern side.
The path then fades into the grass, just head north and continue uphill to attain the crest above Coire Garbh.Turn left north-west, follow the edge of the coire up to the small summit cairn. These along with alternative routes up the Munros are accessed from the 'Mile Dorcha' and the Eas Chia-aig.
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