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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.

Geal-charn (Alder) 1132m (3714ft)

Scotland, UK

The highest point of a superb and remote ridge in the heart if the highlands.

Geal-charn (Drumochter) 917m (3009ft)

Scotland, UK

A heathery ridged hill at the northern extent of Drumochter Pass.

Carn Aosda 917m (3009ft)

Scotland, UK

A small, stony hill that sits above the ski resort of Glen Shee.

Sgor an Lochain Uaine 1258 (4127ft)

Scotland, UK

A stunningly beautiful peak lying in the heart of the Cairngorms.

Derry Cairngorm 1155m (3789ft)

Scotland, UK

The prominent pink coloured mountain above Glen Derry.

Beinn Bhrotain 1157m (3796ft)

Scotland, UK

A massive, rounded mountain that sits in a remote part of the Cairngorms.

A' Bhuidheanach Bheag 936m (3071ft)

Scotland, UK

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

Braeriach 1296m (4252ft)

Aviemore, Scotland, UK

The third highest Munro is a magnificent bulky mountain with many beautiful hidden corries.

Beinn Eibhinn 1102m (3615ft)

Scotland, UK

The most westerly peak of a high, remote and well-defined ridge system incorporating four munros.

Carn na Caim 941m (3087ft)

Scotland, UK

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

Beinn Iutharn Mhor 1045m (3428ft)

Scotland, UK

A rounded bulky mountain with heather slopes and a stonier summit.

Tom Buidhe 957m (3140ft)

Scotland, UK

Essentially this is a rounded blip on a high moorland plateau, known as ‘The Mounth’.

Bynack More 1090m (3576ft)

Scotland, UK

This conical shaped mountain sits on the northern fringe of the Cairngorms.

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.

1 Sgor Gaoith 1118m (3668ft) Kincraig, Scotland, UK
2 Geal-charn (Alder) 1132m (3714ft) Scotland, UK
3 Geal-charn (Drumochter) 917m (3009ft) Scotland, UK
4 Carn Aosda 917m (3009ft) Scotland, UK
5 Sgor an Lochain Uaine 1258 (4127ft) Scotland, UK
6 Derry Cairngorm 1155m (3789ft) Scotland, UK
7 Beinn Bhrotain 1157m (3796ft) Scotland, UK
8 A' Bhuidheanach Bheag 936m (3071ft) Scotland, UK
9 Braeriach 1296m (4252ft) Aviemore, Scotland, UK
10 Beinn Eibhinn 1102m (3615ft) Scotland, UK
11 Carn na Caim 941m (3087ft) Scotland, UK
12 Beinn Iutharn Mhor 1045m (3428ft) Scotland, UK
13 Tom Buidhe 957m (3140ft) Scotland, UK
14 Bynack More 1090m (3576ft) Scotland, UK
15 Carn an Tuirc 1019m (3343ft) Scotland, UK

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