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Gleouraich
Gleouraich and Spidean Miallach are craggy neighbours on the N side of Loch Quoich where they form large grassy corries to their S slopes. However to the N their character is very different with high craggy corries.

The S slopes are more accessible, particularly as stalkers paths run high on their slopes and in the case of Gleouraich to its summit. From Gleouraich a ridge runs SW then SSW to Sron a Chuilinn. A path leads from the road up this ridge to the summit. It is an excellent route.

To the E of Gleouraich a 2.5km ridge follows the rims of successive northern corries to Spidean Mialach. Finally, to the NW a prominent ridge leads to Sron na Breun Leitir which is ascended by a path from Alltbiethe, but an ascent from here would be difficult.

Gulvain or Gaor Bheinn
Gulvain is a "Y" shaped hill with its main axis running SW to NE. Its slopes are moderately steep, with more rocky regions on the NW slopes, than the SE and crags at both ends of the main ridge.

There are two tops of similar size approximately 1km apart on the main ridge, the South Top is 961m and the summit to the N is 987m. Beyond the summit there are two ridges NE and ENE which enclose Coire Sgreamach.

The only easy access to this mountain is from Gleann Fionnlighe up the SW ridge, avoiding crags to W, to reach the South Top then along the ridge to the summit

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