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Summary for The Mamores
The Mamores is an region in Scotand and is located in the area Loch Linnhe to Loch Ericht as defined by SMC. There are 10 munros around here.The highest munro is Binnein Mor at a height of 1130 metres .The smallest munro is Mullach nan Coirean at a height of 939 metres .
Access: From the south B863 road from Kinlochleven. Steep private road from Mamore Lodge. From the north a82 road north of Fort William right up Glen Nevis.
Transport: Bus: Glasgow - Fort William; Fort Willian - Oban.
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Details for: The Mamores
Between Loch Leven and Glen Nevis, is the long ridge stretching 20 km east to west throwing spurs that are steep and sharp to the north & south together they form the compact group of mountains known as The Mamores (probably from màm mòr). The whole range collectively contains 5 peaks which are munro status and a further 6 tops above the 1000m mark all offering excellent ridge walking with easy access from either Kinlochleven or Glen Nevis.
There is a amazing network of stalkers paths with the ones on the southern flank being the most usefull to the hillwalker as they penetrate most of the corries and reach the main ridge.
One a day with good visibility the whole range is best viewed from The Ballachulish Munros (Beinn a'bheithir)
The Mamores is a very popular part of Scotland and you will be most unlikely to have the tops to yourself all day like in other places.
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