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Mountains and Hills in Aviemore and the Cairngorms

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Sgor Gaoith 1118m (3668ft)

Kincraig, Scotland, UK

This is the highest peak of the western Cairngorm Mountains.

Carn a'Mhaim 1037m (3402ft)

Scotland, UK

This lovely peak is a summit spur off the southern flank of Ben Macdui.

Leathad an Taobhain 912m (2992ft)

Scotland, UK

A rounded summit on a high undulating plateau.

Carn Dearg Mor 857m (2812ft)

Scotland, UK

A fine hill with a long north ridge and its eastern slopes sweep down into Glen Feshie.

Maol Creag an Loch 875m (2871ft)

Scotland, UK

A heathery hill with very steep slopes to the loch on its west side and a perfectly flat summit plateau.

Ben Alder 1148m (3766ft)

Scotland, UK

A superb mountain that is both massive and remote lying almost plum centre in the Highlands.

Gairbeinn 896m (2940ft)

Scotland, UK

A rounded hill of grass with a number of rocky outcrops.

A' Bhuidheanach Bheag 936m (3071ft)

Scotland, UK

A flat summited hill sitting on broad slopes that dip steeply to Drumochter Pass to the west.

Mullach Clach a'Bhlair 1019m (3343ft)

Scotland, UK

A rather featureless summit rising out of the Moine Mor (big moss).

Broad Cairn 998m (3274ft)

Scotland, UK

A prominent peak with a broad-backed ridge rising up from the head of Loch Muick.

Carn an Tuirc 1019m (3343ft)

Scotland, UK

A rounded and heathery hill with a flat, stony summit and steeper slopes on its eastern flank that sweep into Glen Callater.

Carn na Caim 941m (3087ft)

Scotland, UK

The highest point of an expansive, undulating plateau to the east of Drumochter Pass.

Carn na Drochaide 818m (2684ft)

Scotland, UK

A small unobtrusive hill that sits above Braemar Castle, albeit on the north bank of the river Dee.

Cairn Toul 1291m (4236ft)

Aviemore, Scotland, UK

The fourth highest Munro is the shapeliest and remotest of the Cairngorm 4000ft mountains.

Tolmount 958m (3143ft)

Scotland, UK

A small rounded summit that sits on a moorland plateau albeit with a very steep northwest face into Glen Callater.

1 Sgor Gaoith 1118m (3668ft) Kincraig, Scotland, UK
2 Carn a'Mhaim 1037m (3402ft) Scotland, UK
3 Leathad an Taobhain 912m (2992ft) Scotland, UK
4 Carn Dearg Mor 857m (2812ft) Scotland, UK
5 Maol Creag an Loch 875m (2871ft) Scotland, UK
6 Ben Alder 1148m (3766ft) Scotland, UK
7 Gairbeinn 896m (2940ft) Scotland, UK
8 A' Bhuidheanach Bheag 936m (3071ft) Scotland, UK
9 Mullach Clach a'Bhlair 1019m (3343ft) Scotland, UK
10 Broad Cairn 998m (3274ft) Scotland, UK
11 Carn an Tuirc 1019m (3343ft) Scotland, UK
12 Carn na Caim 941m (3087ft) Scotland, UK
13 Carn na Drochaide 818m (2684ft) Scotland, UK
14 Cairn Toul 1291m (4236ft) Aviemore, Scotland, UK
15 Tolmount 958m (3143ft) Scotland, UK

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