Munros with the Gaelic "AONACH"

There are Four (4) munros linked with the gaelic word (aonach)

A mountain or munro whoose summit has the form of a fairly level ridge, generally with steep sides. An example is Aonach Eagach (notched ridge). Many of the 40+ aonach hills are located in Lochaber but there are some elsewhere.

Aonach Mor

HeightGrid Ref.PronunciationMeaning
1221 metres / 4006 feetNN192729Ernoch MoreBig ridge

Aonach Beag (Ossain)

HeightGrid Ref.PronunciationMeaning
1116 metres / 3661 feetNN457741Ernoch BakeLittle ridge

Aonach air Chrith

HeightGrid Ref.PronunciationMeaning
1021 metres / 3350 feetNH050083Ernoch ur ChreeTrembling ridge

Aonach Meadhoin

HeightGrid Ref.PronunciationMeaning
1001 metres / 3284 feetNH049137Ernoch VeeyannMiddle ridge

A mountain or munro whoose summit has the form of a fairly level ridge, generally with steep sides. An example is Aonach Eagach (notched ridge). Many of the 40+ aonach hills are located in Lochaber but there are some elsewhere.