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Rois-Bheinn
The head-wall of Coire a' Bhuiridh, which lies just to the E of Loch Ailort is formed by 6 significant peaks, 3 of which are deemed to be Corbetts. These are An Stac (814m) , Rois-Bheinn and Sgurr na Ba Glaise (874m) and consequently they are climbed as a group.

An Stac is the most distinct peak, whereas Rois-Bhein and Sgurr na Ba Glaise lie on a ridge running from Rois-Bheinn in the W to An t-Slat-bheinn in the E, where the ridge then turns NNE to Druim Fiaclach (869m) and Beinn Coire nan Gall (787m).

These hills are not well supplied with access paths so the routes tend to go from top to top. Rois-Bheinn has a rocky N face and twin tops 878m and 882m.

Ruadh-stac Beag
Ruadh-stac Beag, like Ruadh-stac Mor , is a spur off the main ridge of Beinn Eighe. However, given that it is separated from the main ridge by a col 714m and that the descent to that col is a difficult one, Ruadh-stac Beag is not normally climbed as part of Beinn Eighe.

Ruadh-stac Beag is a steep sided triangular pyramid and the easiest ascent is from the col that links it to Beinn Eighe but even here some scrambling will be required.

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