This is a telltale sign at the end of a long training run when I’m needing a rest! Limited to 50 prints. One of the most famous features of Beinn Eighe is the corrie the “Triple Buttress Corrie” after the three large rock features, which dominate the view from the north. Scotland is under national lockdown. Hidden away from the traffic however is its finest feature - the magnificent Coire Mhic Fhearchair, one of the finest corries in Scotland. Two very fine ski gullies are found here. Our goal was the famous triple buttress of Beinn Eighe's Coire Mhic Fhearchair, perhaps the finest mountain feature in Scotland and to hillwalkers and climbers alike it needs no introduction. Excellent stalkers path all the way to the lochan with a rocky surface. Walking can be dangerous and is done entirely at your own risk. The climb eases off a little here and crosses the stream on large stepping stones. This is a great place to stop for a break, a remote and peaceful location. After a further kilometre some reedy lochans are passed before a path junction is reached at a large cairn. There is no feedback for this climb. Walking | Triple Buttress of Coire Mhic Fhearchair | Summary:Compared to the majesty of Liathach, Beinn Eighe looks less impressive from the road - an enormous and uninviting scree-girt ridge. Hide Search . They are composed of two clear layers of rock, with their lower halves of sandstone whilst the upper sections are brighter quartzite, and together they are one of the most celebrated climbing grounds in Scotland. A massive Trident of Quartzite thrusting out from the mountainside and dominating the corrie. Beinn Eighe is a complex mountain with many peaks and corries, the most beautiful of which is Coire Mhic Fhearchair with its loch and the towering triple buttress at its head; Sail Mhor forming the W slopes and Ruadh-stac Mor the E. For more information, or if interested in the original artwork (acrylic on canvas 120 x 100 cm), please contact us directly. Coire Mhic Fhearchair must be one of the most dramatic corries in the whole of the Scottish mountains, with the impressive backdrop of the Triple Buttress. The bealach and the climb beyond is uncharacteristically grassy and gentle, with great views back on the way up to the flat summit of Coinneach Mhor; in fact the top of the Triple Buttress, one of Scotland's finest cliffs, is only a short distance away to the west. The ramparts of Sail Mhor may have been impressive, but nothing prepares for the sudden view of the Triple Buttress as Loch Coire Mhic Fhearchair is finally reached. An aerial search of the Torridon mountains was carried out and the burnt out wreckage of air aircraft was spotted high on the northern side of Beinn Eighe at the top of the cliffs of the Triple Buttress. There are many rock climbs on the buttresses and hillwalkers can access the tops of the buttresses from the head of the corrie. All rocks tell a story and it is that story that defines our landscape. One of the most famous features of Beinn Eighe is the corrie of Coire Mhic Fhearchair, often simply known as the "Triple Buttress Corrie" after the three large rock features which dominate the view from the north. The three great, almost vertical towers of rock are seen across the water enclosing the back of a fine natural amphitheatre. oil on canvas, framed. The path climbs well above the level of the stream and provides easy but fairly strenuous going, soon coming close below the eastern prow of Liathach - Stuc a' Choire Dhuibh Bhig, whose impregnable slopes are greatly foreshortened by their close proximity. Have you found an error or is any information wrong or missing? This painting forms the first part of a collection being produced for the next series of SMC climbers’ and scramblers’ guidebooks, to commence in 2021. The walk in is fairly long but easy going on a well maintained NTS footpath. A signpost for Coire Mhic Nobuil indicates the start of the well-made stalkers path, heading up into the gap between the mighty mountains on the north side of the road. The loch itself is large and beautiful, and a popular place for a picnic in fine weather. Car park just west of the bridge over the Allt a Choire Dhuibh Mhoir. The Triple Buttress of Beinn Eighe, Torridon. Starting the walk, we headed up the very good path between Beinn Eighe and Liathach. One of the most famous features of Beinn Eighe is the corrie named Coire Mhic Fearchair, often simply known as the "Triple Buttress Corrie" after the three large rock features which dominate the view from the north. Triple Buttress in profile (zoom): Beinn Eighe, "File Mountain", is one of the best. Help-Crag Map. This painting forms the first part of a collection being produced for the next series of SMC climbers’ and scramblers’ guidebooks, to commence in 2021. Limited to 50 prints. Beinn Eighe Path. I walked almost 9 miles in total, out and back, and although I was knackered afterwards, it was a fabulous way to see out 2019, and no hangover to worry about. On the left is Liathach - a towering battleship, whilst to the right are the towering scree slopes running down from the ridges of Beinn Eighe. When viewed from the Glen Torridon, Beinn Eighe south facing slopes appear as a uniformed wall of scree, however the northern side of this mountain is complex with corries pushing out on a grand scale. As the path contours round to the right, new views open out into the wild landscape to the north of Torridon. The Triple Buttress of Beinn Eighe limited edition print. Our Planned route was East Buttress, the first on the left. Triple Buttress and Sail Mhor from summit of Ruadh-stac Mor: Vast expanse of Beinn Eighe from summit of Ruadh-stac Mor: As I made my way back along the ridge, from the summit of Ruadh-stac Mor, I stopped to take a photo of the triple buttress. It is possible to cross the outflow of the loch and continue round the shores. I had some suggestions from a friend, and chose a walk up to The Triple Buttress of Coire Mhic Fhearchair, near Beinn Eighe. Click for details, Hear pronunciation Press to hear pronunciation. Chris feels this is what makes our crags so enticing to those that spend time in the hills or by the sea. Originally from Shoreham-By-Sea, and now based in Newcastle Upon Tyne his work reflects his lifelong passion for our geological landscape and climbing. The most dramatic feature is Coire Mhic Fhearchair - a spectaular amphitheatre with the famed Triple Buttress. This exclusive limited edition fine art print is the perfect gift to inspire future adventures into the majestic corries and mountains of Scotland. size: 50cm x 100cm x 5cm. A left turn here leads behind Liathach; instead keep right on the larger path which climbs a little and then traverses across the foot of Sail Mhor, the westernmost of Beinn Eighe's peaks. The Great Sea Cliffs of Scotland available now. Open start point in Google Maps for directions. In his work he looks to express the features that gives our crags their unique character. The trail is … As well as reading our description of each walking route, you can read about the experiences of others users on this walk and others.There are 16 user reports for this walk - click to read them. It was good to see it in profile, to get an idea of how steep it is. Triple Buttress One of the most famous features of Beinn Eighe is the corrie of Coire Mhic Fearchair , often simply known as the “Triple Buttress Corrie” after the three large rock features which dominate the view from the north. Prices include postage and packing to UK locations. After going out to Sail Mhor, the route ascends to a'Coinneach Mhor and then does a detour to Ruadh-stac Mor and back. The Triple Buttress is a tall cliff rising above the waters of Loch Coire Mhic Fhearchair. The Triple Buttress of Beinn Eighe, Torridon. Instead, you should return the way you came; the views ahead are even more enjoyable on the way back. Triple Buttress Torridon (Coire Mhic Fhearchair) – original oil painting by Julie Arbuckle. The Triple Buttresses of Beinn Eighe, located in the stunning Coire Mhic Fhearchair (pronounced byn ae and corrih vichk EReh chayr) and is one of the most impressive cliffs in Scotland. Feedback Always Hide βeta. using a map and compass. All except the full size triple buttress print will be on archive grade fine art paper, the full size print will be on canvas delivered as a roll for postage (unless it has been framed). You may spot hillwalkers heading towards the scree-chute at the left side of the back of the corrie - well to the left of the Triple Buttress - this is the usual and somewhat daunting route between the corrie and the ridges of Beinn Eighe. Climb up the stone path to reach the loch, whereupon is revealed the great sight of the Triple Buttress of Beinn Eighe, across the loch under the summit of Coinneach Mhor. Please let us know by clicking here. Beinn Eighe and Loch Coire Mhic Fhearchair is a 11.5 mile loop trail located near Strathcarron, Highland, Scotland that features a lake and is rated as moderate. Information is provided free of charge; it is each walker's responsibility to check it and navigate A popular and straightforward hillwalk reveals the classic view of the towering Triple Buttress reflected in the waters of a beautiful lochan. A sign of my weary legs lay in my stumbling a little on too many occasions, not lifting my feet enough when walking. On the 17th March as report was received that a red flash had been seen in the Torridon area around the time the aircraft disappeared. As you'd expect from the name, this feature consists of three steep rock towers divided by deep gullies. This reduces the scrambling to ascent only, and eliminates the route finding The sandstone buttresses are capped by large quartzite cliffs. There are many rock climbs on the buttresses and hillwalkers can access the tops of the buttresses from the head of the corrie. 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