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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.

Sgor an Lochain Uaine 1258 (4127ft)

Scotland, UK

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

A' Mharconaich 975m (3199ft)

Scotland, UK

A fine peak with a lovely wee north facing corrie beneath its summit.

Carn Aosda 917m (3009ft)

Scotland, UK

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

Monadh Mor 1113m (3652ft)

Scotland, UK

A sprawling, expansive hill with a plateau type summit.

Carn an t-Sagairt Mor 1047m (3435ft)

Scotland, UK

A grassy, pudding shaped hill rising out of a vast upland plateau.

Glas Maol 1068m (3504ft)

Scotland, UK

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

The Devil's Point 1004m (3294ft)

Aviemore, Scotland, UK

An unusually steep and precipitous peak in the heart of the Cairngorms.

An Sgarsoch 1006m (3301ft)

Scotland, UK

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

Broad Cairn 998m (3274ft)

Scotland, UK

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

Beinn Eibhinn 1102m (3615ft)

Scotland, UK

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

Geal Charn (Monadhliath) 926m (3038ft)

Scotland, UK

A remote hill, rather unremarkable except for its hidden eastern corrie complete with lochan.

Carn Dearg (Loch Pattack) 1034m (3392ft)

Scotland, UK

A lovely peak sitting on the eastern edge of a large ridge system that is home to four Munros.

Braeriach 1296m (4252ft)

Aviemore, Scotland, UK

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

Tom Buidhe 957m (3140ft)

Scotland, UK

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

1 Sgor Gaoith 1118m (3668ft) Kincraig, Scotland, UK
2 Sgor an Lochain Uaine 1258 (4127ft) Scotland, UK
3 A' Mharconaich 975m (3199ft) Scotland, UK
4 Carn Aosda 917m (3009ft) Scotland, UK
5 Monadh Mor 1113m (3652ft) Scotland, UK
6 Carn an t-Sagairt Mor 1047m (3435ft) Scotland, UK
7 Glas Maol 1068m (3504ft) Scotland, UK
8 The Devil's Point 1004m (3294ft) Aviemore, Scotland, UK
9 An Sgarsoch 1006m (3301ft) Scotland, UK
10 Broad Cairn 998m (3274ft) Scotland, UK
11 Beinn Eibhinn 1102m (3615ft) Scotland, UK
12 Geal Charn (Monadhliath) 926m (3038ft) Scotland, UK
13 Carn Dearg (Loch Pattack) 1034m (3392ft) Scotland, UK
14 Braeriach 1296m (4252ft) Aviemore, Scotland, UK
15 Tom Buidhe 957m (3140ft) Scotland, UK

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