Bidein a Choire Sheasgaich ( Bidean a Choire Cheescake) is one of the southern Munros in Torridon and normally climbed with Lurg Mhor in a long but rewarding day. Bidein a Choire Sheasgaich has a sharp summit surrounded by crags in all directions. The only slight let up is to the south. The summit is the convergence point of 3 main ridges running N, SW and SE. The SW ridge runs to subsidiary top Sail Riabhach before dropping sharply to Bendronaig Lodge. The SE ridge drops to a high col and onwards to connecting Munro Lurg Mhor. The N ridge is the usual approach route. Its leads across the top of Beinn Tharsuinn and down its back bone to Bealach Bhearnais. All ridges are craggy and offer great scrambling opportunities. Care most be taken on some of the more exposed faces especially to the north.
These hills are remote and will demand a long walk in from any direction. Achnashellach to the north is a common starting point and there is parking available. Although not quite as well known as the classics of Torridon to the north, these hills do offer a superb outing and a feeling of remoteness that is second to none.