We've walked over most of West Ardnamurchan now, so sometimes it's quite difficult to decide where to go that's 'new', so we drove out along the Portuairk road looking for something that looked interesting.
We've never come at it from the Portuairk road because it's separated from it by a burn, the Sruthan Bhraigh nan Allt, which we've assumed might be difficult to cross. It was easily jumped.
Sonachan Hotel and the Community Garden are also in view from the cairn at the top, along with the miles of moorland that extend away to the western end of the peninsula. By this time the panorama to the north and east was in view: there are no pictures simply because for reasons best understood by our perverse weather, the sun wasn't shining on that side of the ridge.
The walk took about two hours, and we came home dry.
An interactive version of this map is here.