The Most Eastern Munro

Summary for The Most Eastern Munro

The Most Eastern Munro is a route in “The ” region / range which is located in the area of the Scottish Highlands as defined by the Scottish Mountaineering Club.

On this route you return by same way

Sunrise 4:54 am
Sunset 9:41 pm
16 hours 46 minutes(s) daylight
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Mount Keen from Glen Esk

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Route points for The Most Eastern Munro

QGrid Ref.BearingDistance(km)Description
NO44568035280° W0.23 (0.23)Start from the car park at Glen Esk and walk up the road.
NO44178063335° NNW0.12 (0.35)Along the road take the first right signposted Queens Well
NO43468124299° WNW0.65 (1)Ignore the right turning which leads to Glas Coire.
NO42908157313° NW0.37 (1.37)Cross bridge over Water of Mark
NO41998259329° NNW0.38 (1.75)After about 4km from the start pass Queens Well where Queen Vic apparantly drank from
NO41808292352° N0.35 (2.1)Take the right fork acending into Glen Mark passing a Former Gamekeeper's cottage
NO41268394317° NW0.26 (2.36)The path leaves the "Ladder Burn" and head up past "Know of Crippley" on the west
NO4043852128° NNE0.16 (2.52)Cairn marks where the path splits. Take the right fork directly onto the summit of Mount Keen.
NO40788645N0.45 (2.97)Last climb onto the summit point return by ascent route
NO40818690182° S0.45 (3.42)The summit Mount Keen - 939 ( metres)
Munros covered on The Most Eastern Munro
Ordersort icon Height Munro Meaning Pronunciation
235 939 Mount Keen Gentle hill Mount Keen