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Mountains and Hills in Caithness, Sutherland & Ross-shire

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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 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.

Beinn a'Chaisgein Mor 856m (2808ft)

Scotland, UK

A bulky, sprawling mountain with a flattish top and numerous cliffs on its southern flanks.

Sgurr nan Ceannaichean 913m (2995ft)

Scotland, UK

A rounded hill with moderately steep grassy slopes albeit it with a steeper and craggier western slope.

Beinn Damh 903m (2963ft)

Scotland, UK

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

Ruadh-stac Mor (Beinn Eighe) 1010m (3314ft)

Scotland, UK

This is the highest summit of a majestic mountain known as Beinn Eighe that sits regally on a northerly spur of the main...

Cul Beag 769m (2523ft)

Scotland, UK

This steep, volcanic-shaped peak is a very distinctive landmark.

Maol Chean-dearg 933m (3061ft)

Scotland, UK

This is a very distinctive mountain with a steep, ‘bald-headed’ summit.

Beinn Dronaig 797m (2615ft)

Scotland, UK

A grassy, rolling hill that is very remote and isolated due to being surrounded by deep glens.

Cona' Mheall 978m (3209ft)

Scotland, UK

A fine peak with a rounded summit, but with very prominent cliffs dropping down on the SE side of the summit plateau.

Suilven 731m (2398ft)

Scotland, UK

This little and almost impregnable peak is one of the finest and most dramatic in Scotland.

Conival 987m (3238ft)

Scotland, UK

A twin summit on the Ben More Assynt Ridge about a km to the west of the main summit.

1 Bidein A'Ghlas Thuil Caithness, Scotland, UK
2 Ben Stack Lairg, Scotland, UK
3 Scaraben – 626m 2053ft Caithness, Scotland, UK
4 Ben Griam Mor 592m (1943ft) & Ben Griam Beg Caithness, Scotland, UK
5 Beinn a'Chaisgein Mor 856m (2808ft) Scotland, UK
6 Sgurr nan Ceannaichean 913m (2995ft) Scotland, UK
7 Beinn Damh 903m (2963ft) Scotland, UK
8 Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill (An Teallach) 1062m (3484ft) Scotland, UK
9 Ruadh-stac Mor (Beinn Eighe) 1010m (3314ft) Scotland, UK
10 Cul Beag 769m (2523ft) Scotland, UK
11 Maol Chean-dearg 933m (3061ft) Scotland, UK
12 Beinn Dronaig 797m (2615ft) Scotland, UK
13 Cona' Mheall 978m (3209ft) Scotland, UK
14 Suilven 731m (2398ft) Scotland, UK
15 Conival 987m (3238ft) Scotland, UK

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