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Carn Eighe 1183m (3881ft)

Glen Affric, Scotland, UK

This remote and domed peak is the highest point north of the Great Glen.

Mam Sodhail

Glen Affric, Scotland, UK

A steep domed mountain with three radiating ridges from its summit.

Carn nan Gobhar (Loch Mullardoch) 992m (3255ft)

Scotland, UK

A smooth, rolling hill, with generally grassy slopes is one of four Munros on a ridge system.

An Sidhean 814m (2671ft)

Scotland, UK

An isolated, remote and sprawling hill that occupies a vast tract of featureless country.

Tom a'Choinich 1112m (3648ft)

Scotland, UK

A fine and moderately steep peak sitting on Carn Eighe’s East Ridge.

Carn Eige 1183m (3811ft)

Scotland, UK

This remote and domed peak is the highest point north of the Great Glen.

Sgurr na Lapaich 1150m (3773ft)

Scotland, UK

The highest peak of a long and fine ridge system between Glen Strathfarrar and Glen Cannich.

Toll Creagach 1054m (3458ft)

Scotland, UK

An expansive hill with generally smooth slopes situated on the east end of a long chain of peaks.

Carn a'Choire Ghairbh 865m (2838ft)

Scotland, UK

A grassy peak with a broad and grassy NE ridge and slopes which sweep down to the south shore of Loch Affric.

Sgurr a'Mhuilinn 879m (2884ft)

Scotland, UK

A grassy and quite prominent conical hill that is the highest point between Strathconon and Achnasheen.

Sgurr Fhuar-thuill 1049m (3442ft)

Scotland, UK

The most westerly Munro of a defined ridge of shapely peaks to the north of Glen strathfarrar.

An Socach (Mullardoch) 1069m (3507ft)

Scotland, UK

A very remote peak sitting at the west end of a long ridge system comprising of four munros.

Carn na Saobhaidhe 811m (2661ft)

Scotland, UK

The highest point of a featureless peat-hagged plateau.

Meallan nan Uan 838m (2749ft)

Scotland, UK

A shapely upper peak with plenty of rocky outcrops sits atop more grassy lower slopes.

Sgurr na Ruaidhe 993m (3258ft)

Scotland, UK

This smooth hill, defined by its radiating ridges is the most easterly Munro of a fine elevated ridge incorporating four...

1 Carn Eighe 1183m (3881ft) Glen Affric, Scotland, UK
2 Mam Sodhail Glen Affric, Scotland, UK
3 Carn nan Gobhar (Loch Mullardoch) 992m (3255ft) Scotland, UK
4 An Sidhean 814m (2671ft) Scotland, UK
5 Tom a'Choinich 1112m (3648ft) Scotland, UK
6 Carn Eige 1183m (3811ft) Scotland, UK
7 Sgurr na Lapaich 1150m (3773ft) Scotland, UK
8 Toll Creagach 1054m (3458ft) Scotland, UK
9 Carn a'Choire Ghairbh 865m (2838ft) Scotland, UK
10 Sgurr a'Mhuilinn 879m (2884ft) Scotland, UK
11 Sgurr Fhuar-thuill 1049m (3442ft) Scotland, UK
12 An Socach (Mullardoch) 1069m (3507ft) Scotland, UK
13 Carn na Saobhaidhe 811m (2661ft) Scotland, UK
14 Meallan nan Uan 838m (2749ft) Scotland, UK
15 Sgurr na Ruaidhe 993m (3258ft) Scotland, UK

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