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Aonach Beag

Aonach Beag is a mountain in the Highlands of Scotland. It is located about 3 km east of Ben Nevis on the north side of Glen Nevis, near the town of Fort William. Apart from Ben Nevis, Aonach Beag is the highest peak in the British Isles outwith the Cairngorm mountains of eastern Scotland. The name Aonach Beag implies that the mountain...

Cairn Gorm

Cairn Gorm (also commonly referred to as Cairngorm) is a mountain in the Scottish Highlands overlooking Strathspey and the town of Aviemore. At an elevation of 1,244 m (4,081 ft) it is one of the ten highest summits in the United Kingdom. It has given its name to the whole range, although these hills are properly known as Am Monadh Ruadh...

Braemar

Braemar give access to the remote munros of The Cairngorms and includes the second highest peak in Scotland Ben Macdui. On the plateau of these hills extreme winds can come at any time of the year and in bad visibility navigation can be very difficult. All routes from here are a serious challenge in all weather, with nearly all the...

Ben Lawers

Ben Lawers is one of the highest mountains in the southern part of the Scottish Highlands. It lies to the north side of Loch Tay, and is the highest point of a long ridge that includes seven Munros. Ben Lawers was long thought to be over 4,000 ft in height; accurate measurement in the 1870s showed it to be some 17 ft short of this figure...

Beinn Ghlas

Beinn Ghlas is a mountain in the Southern Highlands of Scotland. It lies on the north shore of Loch Tay and is part of the Ben Lawers Range. It lies on the popular path to Ben Lawers from the National Trust for Scotland visitor centre, with the result that many walkers traverse the summit of Beinn Ghlas without realising it. The...

Sgurr na Lapaich

Sgurr na Lapaich is a mountain in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland, situated north of Loch Mullardoch in the high ground that separates Glen Cannich and Glen Strathfarrar. The mountain reaches a height of 1,150 metres (3,773 feet), and is the fourth highest mountain north of the Great Glen. There is no higher ground to the north of it...

Creag Pitridh

Creag Pitridh is part of a group of munros that lies south of Loch Laggan and is noticeably smaller than its neighbours. The most distinguishable features area a pointed summit which is almost surrounded by crags with broken crags on its western face. The munro is quite a distance from the road but has an extensive network of estate...

An Caisteal

An Caisteal is one of two Crianlarich's western munros situated at the head of the River Falloch with the other one being Beinn a'Chroin. The peak appears well defined summit where the broad northern and north western ridges meet, the north-west ridge drops to Stob Glas (710m) and the northern ridge drops to Sròn Gharbh (709m) known as...

Lochnagar - Cac Carn Beag

Cac Carn Beag stands at the north eastern end of The Lochnagar Hills which is a twisting ridge made up from 5 munros that rise on the western side of Loch Muick by the Spittal of Glenmuick. Cac Carn Beag is the highest summit and lies on the north western edge of this great mastiff usually called Lochnagar. The munros finest feature is a...

Mullach Fraoch-choire

Mullach Fraoch-choire lies on the west end of Loch Cluanie and Glen Affric and is a peak very much hidden set back nearly 5km from Loch Cluanie. It's one of the fines peaks in the Five Sisters of Kintail formed by the meeting of three ridges giving a fairly pointed appearance rising high at the end of a 8km long ridge. The southern ridge...

Ben Cruachan

Ben Cruachan as the name suggest with a cruachan being a conical shaped hill on top of a broader mountian mass. Its summit peak is one of the finest and most well know of the scottish hills in the area comparable with Bidean nam Bian and Ben Nevis and also the highest point in  Argyll and Bute . It's bounded between Loch Awe...

Beinn Dearg [Blair Atholl]

Beinn Dearg lies to the north east of Bruar and west of Glen Tilt. It is a dome shaped looking granite munro which rises above numerous flat / rounded hills at a peak of 1008 metres set in some fairly bleak moorland on the south end of the high Mounth peaty plateau. Beinn Dearg takes it's name from the reddish screes on the higher sides...

Na Gruagaichean

Na Gruagaichean is the eastern peak of 3 which arc around the north of Kinlochleven and is a complex twin topped mountain which are ony revealed when approaoched via the main ridge. The craggy summit is the intersections of 3 narrow ridges 2 of them forming the main spine of The Mamores. The north eastern ridge which is quite narrow...

Beinn a 'Chochuill

Beinn a 'Chochuill & Beinn Eunaich are the highest peaks that lie on a 12km ridge between Loch Etive and Glen Strae. While Beinn a 'Chochuill is dwarfed by it's south western neighbour Ben Cruachan, this munro still has a distinctive shape having an elongated ridge stretching west to east. Beinn a' Chochuill is linked to Beinn...

Glen Ey

Glen Ey enters into the centre of the Cairnwell hills, a isolated area of heather moors and the ruins of many deserted settlements.

Beinn a' Ghlo

Beinn a' Ghlo is much steeper and stonier than the other hills in this area and is a complex group of hills with lots of tops and corries. From The Cairngorms is is seen as a domed summit surrounded by symmetrical tops across lots of empty glens. Beinn a' Ghlò has such a diversity of flora that it has been declared a Site of Special...

Atholl

Atholl estate at Blair Castle owns this region which extends beyond Glen Bruar and Glen Tilt to the north and to Dunkeld and Birnam to the south covering approx 582 square km. The estate hosts "Atholl Highlanders" which is Europe's, only legal private army which has a shooting range which can restrict access to these hills during...

Drumochter

These rolling hills west from the Drumochter Pass are a cross between the sharp ridges on the west and the high flat plateau of The Cairngorms on the east.

The Mamores

Between Loch Leven and Glen Nevis, is the long ridge stretching 20 km east to west throwing spurs that are steep and sharp to the north & south together they form the compact group of mountains known as The Mamores (probably from màm mòr). The whole range collectively contains 5 peaks which are munro status and a further 6 tops...

The Grey Corries

The Grey Corries ridge is a very long ridge that extends east from the Aonoch Mor massive, which is best enjoyed as a long summer’s day expedition. Most of the Grey Corries are built on the same quartzite that gives such distictive whiteness / greyness to the summits of The Mamores hence the name Grey Corries. On a good day the region...

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