Munros with the Gaelic "CAIRN"

There are Eight (8) munros linked with the gaelic word (cairn)

rocky hill. And has been appropriated by Scots as cairn for a hill, and has passed into English as the term for a pile of rocks.

Carn Mor Dearg

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1220 metres / 4003 feetNN177721Karn More JerrackLarge red cairn like peak

Carn a'Coire Boidheach

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1110 metres / 3642 feetNO226845Karn uh Korrer Vaw-yeechPeak of the beautiful corrie

Cairn of Claise

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1064 metres / 3491 feetNO185788Karn uh ClashCairn like peak of the grassy hollow

Cairn Bannoch

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1012 metres / 3320 feetNO222825Cairn BannochCairn like hill of the cake

Broad Cairn

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998 metres / 3274 feetNO240815Broad CairnBroad cairn like hill

Stob Coire a'Chairn

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981 metres / 3219 feetNN185660Stob Korrer a CharnPeak of the corrie of the cairn

Carn Dearg (Monadh Liath)

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945 metres / 3100 feetNH635023Karn JerrackRed cairn like peak

Geal charn (Drumochter Pass)

HeightGrid Ref.PronunciationMeaning
917 metres / 3009 feetNN596782Geeya CharnAncient Peak

rocky hill. And has been appropriated by Scots as cairn for a hill, and has passed into English as the term for a pile of rocks.