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Beinn Mhor

Cowal Peninsula, Scotland, UK

A vast, sprawling hill of many different facets that sits up above the west shore of Loch Eck.

Beinn Talaidh

Isle of Mull, Scotland, UK

A beautifully smooth and steep-sided tapering hill with a NS rending ridge.

Corra-bheinn

Isle of Mull, Scotland, UK

A lovely twin-peaked hill with both summits being exactly the same height.

Ben Buie

Isle of Mull, Scotland, UK

A prominent hill on the south side of the Isle of Mull, with grassy lower slopes changing to a craggier upper section.

Ben Lui 1130m (3707ft)

Scotland, UK

The princess of Scottish mountains has a very distinguished and elegant steep, slender shape.

Stob Ghabhar 1090m (3576ft)

Scotland, UK

A fabulous peak of many ridges and corries sitting majestically above the southern end Rannoch Moor.

Beinn a' Chaisteil (Auch) 886m (2907ft)

Scotland, UK

The predominant hill that sits behind the viaduct at Auch has very steep, and at times, precipitous westerly slopes.

Fraochaidh 879m (2884ft)

Scotland, UK

This is an isolated peak with a long W-E ridges system, rising into a distinctive peak towards the summit.

Ben More (Mull) 966m (3169ft)

Scotland, UK

The only island Munro outside Skye, it has narrow rocky ridges, notably connecting A’ Choich to the main summit. The usual...

Beinn Bhreac-liath 802m (2631ft)

Scotland, UK

A uniform and grassy hill with some forestation encountered on its lower slopes.

Paps of Jura 785m (2575ft)

Scotland, UK

One of Scotland’s most distinctive groups of hills, the highest of the three peaks is Ben an Oir -‘mountain of gold’

Stob a'Choire Odhair 945m (3100ft)

Scotland, UK

A moderately steep, rocky and symmetrically shaped peak rising out of the western fringe of Rannoch Moor.

Dun da Ghaoithe 766m (2513ft)

Scotland, UK

A smooth sloped hill with a featured summit ridge that is very prominent above the eastern shores of Mull.

Beinn a'Chreachain 1081m (3547ft)

Scotland, UK

This is the highest mountain of a rampart of peaks along the southern perimeter of Rannoch Moor.

Beinn Dubhchraig 978m (3209ft)

Scotland, UK

This hill has a lovely northern corrie sandwiched in between two encompassing ridges.

1 Beinn Mhor Cowal Peninsula, Scotland, UK
2 Beinn Talaidh Isle of Mull, Scotland, UK
3 Corra-bheinn Isle of Mull, Scotland, UK
4 Ben Buie Isle of Mull, Scotland, UK
5 Ben Lui 1130m (3707ft) Scotland, UK
6 Stob Ghabhar 1090m (3576ft) Scotland, UK
7 Beinn a' Chaisteil (Auch) 886m (2907ft) Scotland, UK
8 Fraochaidh 879m (2884ft) Scotland, UK
9 Ben More (Mull) 966m (3169ft) Scotland, UK
10 Beinn Bhreac-liath 802m (2631ft) Scotland, UK
11 Paps of Jura 785m (2575ft) Scotland, UK
12 Stob a'Choire Odhair 945m (3100ft) Scotland, UK
13 Dun da Ghaoithe 766m (2513ft) Scotland, UK
14 Beinn a'Chreachain 1081m (3547ft) Scotland, UK
15 Beinn Dubhchraig 978m (3209ft) Scotland, UK

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