70 Dam 78 Waypoint 81 Dot 101 Dot 110 Dot 114 Bridge 165 Dot 168 Dot 180 Waypoint 200 Dot 220 Dot 250 Dot 306 Dot 390 Waypoint 500 Waypoint 765 Dot 770 Waypoint 920 Dot 970 Waypoint 987 Summit 860 Waypoint 890 Dot 960 Waypoint 998 Ben More Assynt is a mountain in Assynt in the far north-west of Scotland, 30 kilometres (20 miles) north-north-east of the town of Ullapool. The name translates as "big mountain of Assynt", and with a height of 998 metres (3,274 ft) it is the highest point in the county of Sutherland.

The mountain lies in the east of Assynt, set apart from the area's better known and more dramatic (but lower) mountains such as Suilven. It is hidden from the traveller on the A837 road by the adjacent Munro of Conival, and the best views of it are obtained from nearby summits.

The higher slopes of the mountain are capped by light coloured quartzite boulders, giving it a distinctive appearance. Over 90 km² of land around Ben More Assynt have been declared a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) because of their geological interest and rare plant species.

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The mountain lies in the east of Assynt, set apart from the area's better known and more dramatic (but lower) mountains such as Suilven. It is hidden from the traveller on the A837 road by the adjacent Munro of Conival, and the best views of it are obtained from nearby summits.

The higher slopes of the mountain are capped by light coloured quartzite boulders, giving it a distinctive appearance. Over 90 km² of land around Ben More Assynt have been declared a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) because of their geological interest and rare plant species.

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