Rubha Lang-aoinidh - (The) rock (of the) heather (covered?) cliffs. 4915 8010
Rubha Lang-aoinidh No. 1 – In this eastward looking view the peak of Scrinadle towers over the Sliabh Aird na Sgitheich, which is a great high moorland, and the lesser peak to the left of Srón Bheithe. The rubha is to the right and beneath the srón at approximately a four o’clock position on the shoreline. A burn, seen as a subtle line, leads from the right base of the srón and drains the Lag nan Capull, which is the entire left shoulder of Scrinadle in this view. Where the burn falls over the cliff is part of the rubha as well.