Munros with the Gaelic "GHLAS"

There are Six (6) munros linked with the gaelic word (ghlas)

Grey usually grey-green as on many windswept hills grasses survive poking through the rocky grey scree giving a greyish green effect on the eyes

Beinn Ghlas

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1103 metres / 3619 feetNN625404Bine GlazGreen hill

Sgurr a'Choire Ghlais

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1083 metres / 3553 feetNH259430Skoor uh Hother GlashRocky peak of the grey corrie

Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill

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1062 metres / 3484 feetNH068843Beedyan uh Glaz HailPinnacle of the green hollow (The forge)

Glas Bheinn Mhor

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997 metres / 3271 feetNN153429Glaz Vine VoarBig green hill

Meall Glas

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959 metres / 3146 feetNN431321Miaowl GlazRounded green hill

A'Ghlas-bheinn

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918 metres / 3012 feetNH008230Ul Glaz VaneRounded hill of the tongue

Grey usually grey-green as on many windswept hills grasses survive poking through the rocky grey scree giving a greyish green effect on the eyes