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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.

A' Chailleach (Monadhliath) 930m (3051ft)

Scotland, UK

A grassy, smooth shaped hill has a pleasant curved bowl of corrie below the summit.

Glas Maol 1068m (3504ft)

Scotland, UK

This is the highest point of a vast undulating Plateau with many summits.

An Sgarsoch 1006m (3301ft)

Scotland, UK

A remote and broad expanse of mountain that is the highest point between the Feshie and the Tilt.

Carn Aosda 917m (3009ft)

Scotland, UK

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

Beinn Iutharn Mhor 1045m (3428ft)

Scotland, UK

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

Derry Cairngorm 1155m (3789ft)

Scotland, UK

The prominent pink coloured mountain above Glen Derry.

Carn na Caim 941m (3087ft)

Scotland, UK

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

Beinn Mheadhoin 1182m (3878ft)

Scotland, UK

An isolated mountain sitting in the centre of the Cairngorm massif.

Aonach Beag (Alder) 1116m (3661ft)

Scotland, UK

A remote and beautifully domed peak linked to two Munros on either side by defined ridges.

Carn a'Choire Bhoidheach 1118m (3688ft)

Scotland, UK

A large, sprawling dome of a hill with a graceful corrie scooped into its northern flank.

Carn a'Mhaim 1037m (3402ft)

Scotland, UK

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

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

Scotland, UK

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

Carn Dearg (Monadhliath) 945m (3100ft)

Scotland, UK

The highest and most distinctive hill in the Monadhliath hills. It has a defined summit ridge and a steep northeast face.

Beinn a'Chaorainn (Cairngorms) 1082m (3550ft)

Scotland, UK

A large, conical and somewhat stony peak rising above the fords of Avon.

1 Sgor Gaoith 1118m (3668ft) Kincraig, Scotland, UK
2 A' Chailleach (Monadhliath) 930m (3051ft) Scotland, UK
3 Glas Maol 1068m (3504ft) Scotland, UK
4 An Sgarsoch 1006m (3301ft) Scotland, UK
5 Carn Aosda 917m (3009ft) Scotland, UK
6 Beinn Iutharn Mhor 1045m (3428ft) Scotland, UK
7 Derry Cairngorm 1155m (3789ft) Scotland, UK
8 Carn na Caim 941m (3087ft) Scotland, UK
9 Beinn Mheadhoin 1182m (3878ft) Scotland, UK
10 Aonach Beag (Alder) 1116m (3661ft) Scotland, UK
11 Carn a'Choire Bhoidheach 1118m (3688ft) Scotland, UK
12 Carn a'Mhaim 1037m (3402ft) Scotland, UK
13 Geal-charn (Drumochter) 917m (3009ft) Scotland, UK
14 Carn Dearg (Monadhliath) 945m (3100ft) Scotland, UK
15 Beinn a'Chaorainn (Cairngorms) 1082m (3550ft) Scotland, UK

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