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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 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.

Derry Cairngorm 1155m (3789ft)

Scotland, UK

The prominent pink coloured mountain above Glen Derry.

Carn an Fhidhleir (Carn Ealar) 994m (3261ft)

Scotland, UK

A rounded hill that is very remote sitting between the headwaters of the Feshie and the Tarf.

A' Mharconaich 975m (3199ft)

Scotland, UK

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

Meall Chuaich 951m (3120ft)

Scotland, UK

This smooth pudding shaped hill is a distinct landmark to the east of the A9 between Dalwhinnie and Kingusssie.

Ben Macdui 1309m (4295ft)

Scotland, UK

The 2nd highest mountain in Scotland lies in the very heart of the Cairngorms.

Braeriach 1296m (4252ft)

Aviemore, Scotland, UK

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

Creag Leacach 987m (3238ft)

Scotland, UK

This hill has a prominent ridge leading to the summit and steep scree slopes into Glen Shee.

Beinn Mheadhoin 1182m (3878ft)

Scotland, UK

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

Carn Bhac 946m (3104ft)

Scotland, UK

A bulky, heathery hill with a long and flat summit ridge, the north east summit being the highest.

An Socach (Braemar) 944m (3097ft)

Scotland, UK

A smooth, heather and scree clad sloped hill with a 3km long, flat summit ridge.

Ben Avon 1171m (3842ft)

Scotland, UK

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

Sgairneach Mhor (Drumochter) 991m (3251ft)

Scotland, UK

A striking hill with an impressive northern corrie this is one of four Munros on the west side of the 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.

1 Sgor Gaoith 1118m (3668ft) Kincraig, Scotland, UK
2 Carn an Tuirc 1019m (3343ft) Scotland, UK
3 Derry Cairngorm 1155m (3789ft) Scotland, UK
4 Carn an Fhidhleir (Carn Ealar) 994m (3261ft) Scotland, UK
5 A' Mharconaich 975m (3199ft) Scotland, UK
6 Meall Chuaich 951m (3120ft) Scotland, UK
7 Ben Macdui 1309m (4295ft) Scotland, UK
8 Braeriach 1296m (4252ft) Aviemore, Scotland, UK
9 Creag Leacach 987m (3238ft) Scotland, UK
10 Beinn Mheadhoin 1182m (3878ft) Scotland, UK
11 Carn Bhac 946m (3104ft) Scotland, UK
12 An Socach (Braemar) 944m (3097ft) Scotland, UK
13 Ben Avon 1171m (3842ft) Scotland, UK
14 Sgairneach Mhor (Drumochter) 991m (3251ft) Scotland, UK
15 Carn Dearg (Monadhliath) 945m (3100ft) Scotland, UK

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