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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.

Beinn Udlamain 1010m (3314ft)

Scotland, UK

The highest peak on the west side of Drummochter Pass has a featureless, plateaued summit and hidden from view.

Monadh Mor 1113m (3652ft)

Scotland, UK

A sprawling, expansive hill with a plateau type summit.

Beinn Bhrotain 1157m (3796ft)

Scotland, UK

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

Ben Alder 1148m (3766ft)

Scotland, UK

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

A' Bhuidheanach Bheag 936m (3071ft)

Scotland, UK

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

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 Sgulain 920m (3018ft)

Scotland, UK

A featureless hill, which is the highest point of the Monadh Liath hereabouts.

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

Scotland, UK

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

Cairn Gorm 1245m (4085ft)

Scotland, UK

The whole of the Cairngorms massif derives its name from this most northerly peak.

Ben Avon 1171m (3842ft)

Scotland, UK

This huge and expansive mountain has many tors on its summit plateau.

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 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.

Bynack More 1090m (3576ft)

Scotland, UK

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

Cairn of Claise 1064m (3491ft)

Scotland, UK

An expansive swelling of a hill rising out of high moorland plateau.

1 Sgor Gaoith 1118m (3668ft) Kincraig, Scotland, UK
2 Beinn Udlamain 1010m (3314ft) Scotland, UK
3 Monadh Mor 1113m (3652ft) Scotland, UK
4 Beinn Bhrotain 1157m (3796ft) Scotland, UK
5 Ben Alder 1148m (3766ft) Scotland, UK
6 A' Bhuidheanach Bheag 936m (3071ft) Scotland, UK
7 Carn a'Choire Bhoidheach 1118m (3688ft) Scotland, UK
8 Carn Sgulain 920m (3018ft) Scotland, UK
9 Geal-charn (Alder) 1132m (3714ft) Scotland, UK
10 Cairn Gorm 1245m (4085ft) Scotland, UK
11 Ben Avon 1171m (3842ft) Scotland, UK
12 An Sgarsoch 1006m (3301ft) Scotland, UK
13 Carn Dearg (Monadhliath) 945m (3100ft) Scotland, UK
14 Bynack More 1090m (3576ft) Scotland, UK
15 Cairn of Claise 1064m (3491ft) Scotland, UK

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