Sgòr Gaoith

Sgòr Gaoith is a mountain in the western massif of the Cairngorms, and is separated from the Braeriach massif by the broad valley of Glen Einich. The second-highest summit of the mountain is Sgoran Dubh Mòr (1,111 m), which lies 1.3 km away due NNE along the summit ridge. The eastern side of Sgòr Gaoith is girded by steep cliffs which plunge down to Loch Einich; the western side is composed of heather slopes and a number of shallow corries.

The two most commonly used routes up Sgòr Gaoith start from Glen Feshie to the west. One ascends the mountain via a track starting in the pine woods, leading up into Coire Ruadh and thence to the summit by a number of indistinct paths. The other starts further south down Glen Feshie from a car-park just before the farm of Achlean and reaches the summit via the lower peak of Carn Ban Mòr (1,052 m).

Coordinates: 57°04′07″N 3°48′36″W / 57.068484°N 3.810029°W / 57.068484; -3.810029

Munros of Scotland: the Cairngorms
  • Ben Avon
  • Beinn a' Bhùird
  • Beinn Bhreac
  • Beinn a' Chaorainn
  • Beinn Bhrotain
  • Ben Macdui
  • Beinn Mheadhoin
  • Braeriach
  • Bynack More
  • Cairn Gorm
  • Cairn Toul
  • Càrn a' Mhàim
  • Derry Cairngorm
  • The Devil's Point
  • Monadh Mòr
  • Mullach Clach a' Bhlàir
  • Sgòr Gaoith
  • Sgòr an Lochain Uaine
  • List of Munros


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