Sgurr Dearg summit, Skye, Scotland
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Sgurr Dearg summit, Skye, Scotland

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Sgurr Dearg is the second highest peak on the Cuillin ridge. The actual peak is the top of the Inaccessible Pinnacle which sits next to it at 986m high. (This can only be reached by rock climbing).   Sgurr Dearg lies 2 miles to the east of Glenbrittle and can be climbed from there.

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