An Teallach ("the forge") is an imposing mountain standing to the south of Little Loch Broom. Comprised of Torridonian sandstone it includes a number of peaks, the highest being Bidean a Ghlas Thuill at 1062 metres.
The traverse of the ridge of An Teallach is a fine mountaineering day out with considerable exposure in places.
Loch Toll an Lochan nestles below the main cliffs in wild and rough country. The pleasure of being there is heightened by the effort required to reach it.
© Chris Stuart Highland Photography