The main car park for this hike is the one
with the large cairn where the tour buses stop.
There are other car parks close by should this
one be full. These images were taken early in
the morning with the sun hitting the right side
The 4th image shows the rocky Bidean nam
Bian range with 3 Mountains here over 3,000ft,
the ones out in the distance, past the two
peaks closest to the car park.
The main hiking route is to make your way
from the car park to the good path up the right
side gully, up past a number of waterfalls,
turn right close to the top of the waterfalls
just before the box waterfall, go up around the
buttress/cliffs, then onto the the summit of
Stob Coir Nan Lochan.
The Scrambling route is go straight up past
all the waterfalls, past the left side of three
lochans, then up the steep northeast ridge of
Stob Coir Nan Lochan. This Mountain is not
classed as a Munro as it is next to Bidean nam
The route is then over to Bidean nam Bian
via a steep ridge, then round to Stob Coire
Sgreamhach via a fairly straight forward
The route back down is go back to the low
point between Bidean nam Bian and Stob Coire
Sgreamhach, then down the really steep Red
Finally, walk down the Lost Valley back to
the car park. This Valley is where the
MacDonald's hid their stolen cattle,
The Red Scree Gully can have snow and ice in
it in spring and early summer, so you may have
to go back down the main route up.