Mullach Coire Mhic Fhearchair is a large remote Munro sitting to the north of Lochan Fada. The upper reaches of the hill are doused in Quartzite giving the hill a fantastic appearance from all angles. The summit is pyramidal with ridges running N, S and E. The northern ridge leads to adjoining Munro Sgurr Ban via a high col. The southern ridge leads to subsidiary peak Meall Garbh before connecting with the other neighbouring Munro Beinn Tarsuinn to the west. The eastern ridge follows round the rim of Coire Mhic Fhearchair which the Munro summit precariously overlooks. Most of these ridges have crags particularly those facing Coire Mhic Fhearchair. Many of these ridges offer scrambling opportunities.
An expedition into these Munros no matter how many you do is a great day (or two) on the hills in a superb area of the Scottish Highlands.
However you approach these Munros they will demand a long walk in. Kinlochewe to the south is widely used if you are climbing several of the peaks in this area as it gives you the option of cycling part of the way in however other routes are used including coming from loch a Bhraoin as used for the western Fannaich Munros.