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Located between Loch Maree and Glen Torridon on the west coast of Scotland, Beinn Eighe 1010m is a complex mountain, making it popular with both hillwalkers and climbers, and the national nature reserve on its northern side makes it an attractive mountain for all visitors. Beinn Eighe is unusual amongst the Torridon Hills in that the summit ridge is composed of white-coloured Cambrian basal quartzite. The earliest recorded ascent appears to have been made by George Campbell Smith during a survey of the mountain in 1851.

Photograph by James Roddie

About James Roddie

James is a multi award-winning professional photographer based in the Scottish Highlands. Hee is a regular contributor to some of the UK’s top outdoors magazines and specialises in mountain landscape photography in throughout the Highlands year-round.

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