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The Cairnwell

The Cairnwell is a mountain in the Eastern Highlands of Scotland, south of Braemar. It is often considered to be one of the most spoiled of the Munros, due to the Glenshee Ski Centre which covers the eastern slope of the mountain. In cairnwell is ...

Carn a Chlamain

Càrn a Chlamain is a Scottish mountain situated roughly 12 kilometres north of Blair Atholl in the Forest of Atholl. It is the highest point of an undulating plateau lying northeast of Glen Tilt. The River Tarf, a tributary of the Tilt, rises on ...

Càrn a Gheoidh

Càrn a Gheoidh is a Scottish mountain situated 15 km south of the town of Braemar. Its summit stands on the border between the council areas of Perth and Kinross and Aberdeenshire.

Càrn Aosda

Càrn Aosda is a Scottish mountain situated 12.5 km south of the town of Braemar, in the county of Aberdeenshire. It stands near the summit of the Cairnwell Pass on the A93 road, in the midst of the Glenshee Ski Centre.

Càrn Dearg, Monadh Liath

Càrn Dearg is the highest peak of the Monadh Liath mountains in the Highlands of Scotland. Its eastern flanks slope steeply down into Glen Ballach, while to the north, the large plateau of the Monadh Liath extends for many miles. The nearest sett ...

Càrn Liath (Munro)

Carn Liath is a mountain in the Grampian Mountains of Scotland. It lies east of Blair Atholl in Perthshire, Scotland. Although belonging to the huge Beinn in Ghlo massif, Càrn LIAT-mountain in its own right. It is visible from the main A9 road to ...

Càrn nan Gobhar (Mullardoch)

Càrn nan Gobhar is a Scottish mountain situated on the northern side of Loch Mullardoch in the upper part of Glen Cannich. It stands some 50 kilometres west-southwest of the city of Inverness in a remote group of four Munros informally known as" ...

Càrn nan Gobhar (Strathfarrar)

Càrn nan Gobhar is a mountain situated on the northern side of Glen Strathfarrar in Scotland. It stands some 40 kilometres west of the city of Inverness. It is usually climbed along with the neighbouring Mountain of Sgurr in achoire Ghlais and Sg ...

Ciste Dhubh

Ciste Dhubh is a mountain in the Scottish Highlands between Glen Shiel and Glen Affric. It is far from any centres of population, with Kyle of Lochalsh being almost 30 kilometres away to the west-northwest.

Conival

Conival is a Scottish mountain situated in Assynt in the Sutherland area of the Highland Council Area, 30 km north-northeast of the town of Ullapool.

Driesh

Driesh is a mountain located in the Grampians of Scotland. Apart from Mount Keen, it is the most easterly of the Munro peaks. Located a few miles North of the village of Kirriemuir in Angus, the proximity of Driesh to the city of Dundee, making i ...

Fionn Bheinn

Fionn Bheinn is a Scottish mountain located south of Loch Fannich in the north western highlands. It has a height of 933 m and is listed as a Munro. The south side of the mountain is a shallow, smooth grassy slope, but its north face is steeper a ...

Gairich

Gairich is a mountain in Scotland situated on the southern side of Loch Quoich between Glen Kingie and Glen Garry in the Lochaber district of the Highland Council Area, 25 kilometres north-northwest of Fort William.

Gaor Bheinn

Gaor Bheinn, also known as Gulvain or Culvain, is a mountain in Scotland, to the north of the road west of Fort William, and south of Loch Arkaig. It is composed of banded granite and shaped like a letter Y, with two tops connected by a ridge run ...

Lurg Mhor

Lurg Mhor is a remote 986-metre mountain, a Munro, in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland at the high point of an east–west range of hills comprising Meall Mor, Lurg Mhor and Bidein a Choire Sheasgaich.

Maol Cheann-dearg

Maol Cheann-dearg is a Scottish Mountain situated between Upper Loch Torridon and Loch Carron, in the Coulags deer forest in Wester Ross, Highland region. It is one of three Munros in this area and reaches a height of 933 metres, it is slightly i ...

Mayar (mountain)

Mayar is a mountain in the Grampians, in Angus, Scotland. It is usually climbed together with its near neighbour, Driesh. At an elevation of 928m, it is the 564th highest peak in the British Isles and the 534th tallest in Scotland.

Meall a Chrasgaidh

The mountain is centrally located within the Fannichs and is one of the most accessible of the group with the A832 and A835 roads running just to the north. It lies on a north-south ridge along with the two other Munros of Sgurr nan Clach Geala a ...

Meall Buidhe, Glen Lyon

Meall Buidhe is a Munro situated in the southern highlands of Scotland. It forms the northern side of Loch an Daimh and is often climbed in conjunction with Stuchd an Lochain. The normal route climbs north from the eastern end of the loch until e ...

Meall Garbh (Càrn Mairg Group)

Meall Garbh is a mountain on the north side of Glen Lyon in the Scottish Highlands. The flat summit of the hill has two tops of almost equal height, the north-west one being considered the higher. All I Gharb is usually climbed in the chain of th ...

Meall Glas

Meall Glas is a mountain situated in the southern highlands of Scotland. It stands on the northern border of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, 8.5 kilometres north east of Crianlarich.

Meall na Teanga

Meall na Teanga is situated on the northern side of Loch Lochy and is closely associated with the adjacent Munro of Sron a Choire Ghairbh which lies two kilometres to the north across the Cam Bealach "crooked pass". The two mountains are usually ...

Meall nan Aighean

Meall nan Aighean is a Scottish mountain in the council area of Perth and Kinross. It stands in a group of four Munros known as the Càrn Mairg group or the Glen Lyon Horseshoe on the north side of Glen Lyon. It is often climbed as part of the cir ...

Meall nan Eun (Munro)

Meall nan Eun is a mountain in the Grampian Mountains of Scotland. It is located east of Glen Etive in Argyll and Bute. The dome like a mountain with a rounded top, steep sides, it has a summit plateau. Climbs usually start from Glen Etive, and t ...

Moruisg

Moruisg is a Scottish mountain situated in the Glencarron and Glenuig Forest, 10 kilometres south west of the village of Achnasheen in the Highland council area.

Mount Keen

Mount Keen is a 939 m high mountain in Scotland and the most easterly Munro. It can be accessed from several directions, South from Glen Mark, North from Glen Tanar, and East to Braid Cairn. It is a moderate walk which is most popularly started b ...

Mullach nan Coirean

Mullach nan Coirean is a Scottish mountain situated in the Mamores group of hills. It reaches a height of 939 metres and is located eight kilometres north-west of Kinlochleven. It is the most westerly of the ten Munros in the Mamores and it is co ...

Sàileag

It lies just to the east of the famous Five Sisters of Kintail group of hills to which it is connected by the Bealach an Lapain 725 metres. It is part of a mountain group called the North Glen Shiel Ridge which also includes two other Munros Sgur ...

Seana Bhràigh

The main approach is from the A835 road through the Lael Forest then over the Coire an Lochain Sgeirich ridge at the head of Gleann a Mhadaidh. The base of the hill is then reached across pathless boggy terrain, keeping the cliffs of Cadha Dearg ...

Sgairneach Mhor

Sgairneach Mhor is a Scottish mountain which lies in a group of seven Munros near the summit of the Pass of Drumochter and are known as the Drumochter mountains or informerly as the" A9 Munros”. The mountain is situated 13 km SSW of Dalwhinnie an ...

Sgiath Chùil

Sgiath Chùil is a mountain situated in the southern highlands of Scotland. It stands within Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, on its northern border. It is about 11 kilometres west of Killin.

Sgorr Ruadh

Sgorr Ruadh is a mountain situated in the mountainous area between Strath Carron and Glen Torridon in Wester Ross in the Highland Region of Scotland. It is located in Coire Lair near Achnashellach along with two other fine mountains, Beinn Liath ...

Sgùrr a Ghreadaidh

Sgùrr a Ghreadaidh is the highest summit on the northern half of the Black Cuillin ridge on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Like the rest of the range it is composed of gabbro, a rock that provides good grip for mountaineering. This is one of the m ...

Sgùrr a Mhadaidh

Sgùrr a Mhadaidh is a Munro summit on the Black Cuillin ridge on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. Like the rest of the range it is composed of gabbro, a rock with excellent grip for mountaineering. The simplest route ascends via the Col on Dorus door, ...

Sgùrr Alasdair

Sgùrr Alasdair is the highest peak of the Black Cuillin, and the highest peak on the Isle of Skye and in the Inner Hebrides, at 992 m. Like the rest of the range it is composed of gabbro, a rock with excellent grip for mountaineering. It is named ...

Sgùrr Choinnich

Sgùrr Choinnich is a Munro in the highlands of Scotland, located in the Achnashellach Forest area between Glen Carron and Loch Monar. It is mostly a hill of steep, grassy slopes, with a narrow summit ridge that runs east/west. There are crags on ...

Sgùrr Dearg

Sgùrr Dearg is a mountain in the Cuillin on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. It is topped by the Inaccessible Pinnacle, a fin of rock measuring 50 metres along its longest edge. The top of the Inaccessible Pinnacle, which at 985.8 m is the highest poi ...

Sgùrr MhicChoinnich

Sgùrr MhicChoinnich is a mountain on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. It is in the Black Cuillin range of mountains and is classified as a Munro. Like all the other Black Cuillin mountains it is made predominantly of gabbro rock and has little veget ...

Sgùrr na Banachdaich

Sgùrr na Banachdaich is one of the main summits on the Black Cuillin ridge. Like the rest of the range it is composed of gabbro, a rock with excellent grip for mountaineering. This is one of the easiest of the main black Cuillin peaks to ascend. ...

Sgùrr na h-Ulaidh

Sgùrr na h-Ulaidh is a mountain lying to the south of the village of Glencoe in the Scottish Highlands. The mountain cannot be seen from the main A82 road as it is hidden behind Aonach Dubh aGhlinne.

Sgùrr na Sgine

Sgùrr na Sgine is a Scottish mountain situated eight kilometres south of Shiel Bridge in the Glenshiel Forest at the lower end of Glen Shiel in the Highland District.

Sgurr nan Coireachan (Glen Dessarry)

Sgurr nan Coireachan is a mountain in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland. It lies in the Lochaber region, near the head of the remote Glen Dessarry. Steep mountain with a mixture of rocky and grassy slopes, often climb under Sgurr quiche range. ...

Sgùrr nan Each

Sgùrr nan Each is a Scottish mountain situated in the group of hills known as the Fannichs. It is 27 kilometres south of Ullapool in the Ross and Cromarty district of the Highland council area.

Sgùrr nan Gillean

Sgùrr nan Gillean is a mountain in the northern section of the Cuillin range on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. With a height of 966.1 m it is one of eleven Munros on the Cuillin ridge. It is the Munro closest to Sligachan, and its impressive trian ...

Sgùrr Thuilm

Sgùrr Thuilm is a mountain in the Glenfinnan area of the Highlands of Scotland. It stands at the head of Glen Finnan approximately 7 kilometres north of Loch Shiel.

Slioch

Slioch is a mountain in the Scottish Highlands situated in Wester Ross, eight kilometres north of the village of Kinlochewe. Slioch reaches a height of 981 metres and towers above the south east end of Loch Maree to give one of the best known and ...

Sron a Choire Ghairbh

Sron a’ Choire Ghairbh is a Scottish mountain situated on the northern side of Loch Lochy, 13 kilometres north of Spean Bridge in the Highland Council area.

Stob a Choire Odhair

Stob a Choire Odhair is a Scottish mountain situated eight kilometres north west of Bridge of Orchy on the border of the Argyll and Bute and Highland council areas.

Stob Bàn (Grey Corries)

Stob Bàn is a mountain situated in the Lochaber region of Highland, Scotland, 16 kilometres east of Fort William. It reaches a height of 977 metres and lies in a group of hills known as the Grey Corries which includes three other Munros and nine ...

Stob Bàn (Mamores)

Stob Bàn is a Scottish mountain situated at the western end of the Mamores ridge, five and a half kilometres north-west of Kinlochleven. With a height of 999 metres it qualifies as a Munro. Stob Bàn is a distinctive sight when viewed from lower G ...