|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.