Summary for Knoydart

Knoydart is an region in Scotand and is located in the area as defined by SMC. There are 3 munros around here.The highest munro is Ladhar Bheinn at a height of 1020 metres .The smallest munro is Luinne Bheinn at a height of 939 metres .

Access: There is no road access to Knoydart a ferry from Mallaig is required
Transport: Bus: Mallaig - Fort William, Inverness - Fort William, Various Post Bus Services Train: Mallaig - Fort William
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Details for: Knoydart

Knoydart is a remote part of Scotland with no road access leading to it making it have a island feel to it having to get access via a ferry or a walk along round the coast. The regions is clearly bounded by 2 large sea lochs, Loch Nevis on the south and Loch Hourn (loch of hell) to the north. In between these 2 vast sea lochs lies an almost uninhabited area, along with some high peaks and is known as 'the Rough Bounds of Knoydart'.

The most famous summit of the region is Ladhar Bheinn (1,020m) which is also the tallest and is one of the most respected mountains in the Country. It has a spectacular wild corrie 'Coire Dhorrcail' which is well viewed from Arnisdale on the northern shores of Loch Hourn around NG842104 .

The 3 munros in this region are usually split into 2 outings.

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Order Heightsort icon Munro Grid Point
111 1,020 Ladhar Bheinn NG823039
222 946 Meall Buidhe (Knoydart) NM849989
234 939 Luinne Bheinn NG869007