Munros with the Gaelic "MEALL"

There are Twenty (20) munros linked with the gaelic word (meall)

heaps or mounds. What's true is that a meall alongside a beinn is normally a hill amongst mountains, lower in height. There are more mealls in Scotland than beinn approx 1,600 - 1,200. In the 100 highest mountains there are only 4 mealls.

Meall Garbh 'Lawers region'

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1118 metres / 3668 feetNN644436Miaowl GreeRough hill

Meall a'Bhuiridh

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1108 metres / 3635 feetNN250503Miaowl uh VooreeHill of the bellowing

Meall Corranaich

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1069 metres / 3507 feetNN615410Miaowl KorraneechHill of the Sickle

Meall nan Tarmachan

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1044 metres / 3425 feetNN585390Miaowl nun TarmachanHill of the ptarmigan

Meall Ghaordaidh

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1039 metres / 3409 feetNN514397Miaowl GurdayHill of the shoulder

Meall Greigh

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1001 metres / 3284 feetNN674438Miaowl GreeHill of the horse studs

Meall na Aighean

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981 metres / 3219 feetNN694496Miaowl nun ionHill of the hinds

Cona' Mheall

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978 metres / 3209 feetNH274816Kon-eye-valAdjoining hill

Meall nan Ceapraichean

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977 metres / 3205 feetNH257825Miaowl nern Kee-aprikanHill of the stubby hillocks

Meall Garbh

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968 metres / 3176 feetNN647517Myowl GarvRounded rough hill

Meall Glas

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959 metres / 3146 feetNN431321Miaowl GlazRounded green hill

Meall Dearg

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953 metres / 3127 feetNN161583Miaowl JerrackRed Hill

Meall Chuaich

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951 metres / 3120 feetNN716878Miaowl Chu-weechHill of the quaich

Meall Gorm

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949 metres / 3114 feetNH221696Myowl gooramBlue rounded hill

Meall Buidhe (Knoydart)

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946 metres / 3104 feetNM849989Miaowl VooyuhYellow hill

Meall a'Chrasgaidh

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934 metres / 3064 feetNH184733myowl a chraskeeHill of the crossing

Meall Buidhe [Glen Lyon, North]

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932 metres / 3058 feetNN498499Miaowl VooyerYellow hill

Meall nan Eun

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928 metres / 3045 feetNN192449Miaowl nun Yeeanhill of the birds

Meall a'Choire Leith

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926 metres / 3038 feetNN612439Miaowl uh Horrer LeerBig grey hill

Meall na Teanga

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918 metres / 3012 feetNN220924Miaowl nuh TyengaHill of the Tongue

heaps or mounds. What's true is that a meall alongside a beinn is normally a hill amongst mountains, lower in height. There are more mealls in Scotland than beinn approx 1,600 - 1,200. In the 100 highest mountains there are only 4 mealls.