Monadh Mor is another one of the high Munros sitting at 3652ft (although still dwarfed by its vast neighbours). It is normally climbed in conjunction with Beinn Bhrotain as the two are connected by a large ridge that circles round Corrie Cath nam Fionn, which separates the two. The summit sits on a wide ridge running N-S. There are two tops, which apart from the summit cairn are undistinguishable. The most northern top is in fact the true summit.
The east face of Monadh Mor is perhaps its best feature. It forms sharp craggy cliffs acting as a wall at the head of Glen Geusachan which both Munros surround. The slopes on each of the other faces are much less formidable and any can be ascended easily. The usual route however is from the col that connects to neighbouring Munro Beinn Bhrotain as mentioned previously.
This is a remote Munro and will demand a long walk in from wherever you choose but much of this can be cut down by cycling on a network of useful land rover tracks. If coming from Linn of Dee in the south (where most people choose to start from) there is good cycling to White Bridge where it is an easy climb up the SE face of Beinn Bhrotain and on to Monadh Mor.
As can be expected there is fantastic views to be had in all directions especially north to the mighty Braeriach group.