Summary for Braemar

Braemar is an region in Scotand and is located in the area as defined by SMC. There are 13 munros around here.The highest munro is Beinn a' Bhuird at a height of 1197 metres .The smallest munro is The Devil's Point at a height of 1004 metres .

Access: From Braemar on the A93 road between Aberdeen & Perth. Access to the mountains by the public road which runs east to Linn of Dee
Transport: Bus: Aberdeen - Braemar, postbus from Braemar - Linn of Dee, Summer bus from Pitlochry - Braemar Rail: No rail access
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Details for: Braemar

Braemar give access to the remote munros of The Cairngorms and includes the second highest peak in Scotland Ben Macdui. On the plateau of these hills extreme winds can come at any time of the year and in bad visibility navigation can be very difficult.

All routes from here are a serious challenge in all weather, with nearly all the summits being very remote and involving long outings. It's essential for excellent fitness, and navigations skills if attempting any of these mountains.

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Order Height Munrosort icon Grid Point
11 1,197 Beinn a' Bhuird NJ092006
58 1,083 Beinn a' Chaorainn [Glen Derry] NJ045013
250 931 Beinn Bhreac [Glen Derry] NO058971
19 1,157 Beinn Bhrotain NN954922
13 1,182 Beinn Mheadhoin NJ024016
17 1,171 Ben Avon NJ131018
2 1,309 Ben Macdui NN989989
4 1,291 Cairn Toul NN963972
95 1,037 Carn a'Mhaim NN994951
20 1,155 Derry Cairngorm NO017980
40 1,113 Monadh Mor NN938942
5 1,258 Sgor an Lochain Uaine
130 1,004 The Devil's Point NN976951