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Mountains and Hills in Caithness, Sutherland & Ross-shire

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Ben Griam Mor 592m (1943ft) & Ben Griam Beg

Caithness, Scotland, UK

These are two quite notable hills rising above boggy lands in the wilds of Caithness.

Bidein A'Ghlas Thuil

Caithness, Scotland, UK

The highest peak of An Tallach, a magnificent mountain that is thought to be the finest mountain in Scotland by many outdoor...

Ben Stack

Lairg, Scotland, UK

One of the steepest and most pronounced peaks in Scotland; it is easily identified.

Scaraben – 626m 2053ft

Caithness, Scotland, UK

This is an identifiable hill due to its three rounded, heather- clad peaks, the central one being the highest.

Ben Klibreck 961m (3153ft)

Scotland, UK

A high mountain rising alone above desolate land - a very prominent landmark.

An Ruadh-stac 892m (2927ft)

Scotland, UK

A rugged and scree-strewn pyramidal shaped peak that rises above an undulating base.

Cranstackie 801m (2628ft)

Scotland, UK

A fine aptly named peak with a rocky summit twinned with Beinn Spionnaidh.

A' Chailleach 997m (3271ft)

Scotland, UK

A graceful looking peak with smooth slopes, defined ridges and steep faces dipping into corries.

Morven 706m (2316ft)

Scotland, UK

This steep hill, with its distinct shape and isolation, is a very well known landmark.

Beinn Damh 903m (2963ft)

Scotland, UK

Although just short of 3000ft, this fine mountain sits proudly above the southern shores of Loch Torridon.

Beinn Liath Mhor a'Ghiubhais Li 768m (2520ft)

Scotland, UK

A small rounded hill that is an outlier of the Fannich Mountains.

Sgurr a' Chaorachain 792m (2598ft)

Scotland, UK

This is the very domineering and precipitous looking peak above the head of Loch Kishorn.

Glas Bheinn (Assynt) 776m (2546ft)

Scotland, UK

A rounded stony hill that has a beautiful, rounded north facing corrie, is an outlier on the Ben More Assynt ridge.

Quinag 808m (2651ft)

Scotland, UK

A series of peaks, its name is an anglicisation of the Galeic ‘Cuinneag’ or milking pail possibly reflecting its shape....

1 Ben Griam Mor 592m (1943ft) & Ben Griam Beg Caithness, Scotland, UK
2 Bidein A'Ghlas Thuil Caithness, Scotland, UK
3 Ben Stack Lairg, Scotland, UK
4 Scaraben – 626m 2053ft Caithness, Scotland, UK
5 Ben Klibreck 961m (3153ft) Scotland, UK
6 An Ruadh-stac 892m (2927ft) Scotland, UK
7 Cranstackie 801m (2628ft) Scotland, UK
8 A' Chailleach 997m (3271ft) Scotland, UK
9 Morven 706m (2316ft) Scotland, UK
10 Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill (An Teallach) 1062m (3484ft) Scotland, UK
11 Beinn Damh 903m (2963ft) Scotland, UK
12 Beinn Liath Mhor a'Ghiubhais Li 768m (2520ft) Scotland, UK
13 Sgurr a' Chaorachain 792m (2598ft) Scotland, UK
14 Glas Bheinn (Assynt) 776m (2546ft) Scotland, UK
15 Quinag 808m (2651ft) Scotland, UK

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