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Bheinn Mheadonach

Blair Atholl, Scotland, UK

A hill with a very flat summit plateau, but with steep slopes on the west and east sides and a prominent south ridge.

Knock Hill 244m (801ft)

Scotland, UK

This hill offers perhaps the best views in Scotland for the least effort. On the Highland Boundary Fault, it is a short walk...

Creag Uchdag 879m (2884ft)

Scotland, UK

An expansive hill taking a prime position above the southern shores of Loch Tay.

Creag Mhor (Meall na Aighean) 981m (3219ft)

Scotland, UK

This is a broad shouldered, twin peaked hill, with moderately steep slopes.

Carn Gorm 1029m (3376ft)

Scotland, UK

A shapely mountain that forms the west end of a high ridge incorporating 4 munros.

Mayar 928m (3045ft)

Scotland, UK

This little peak is essentially a slight swelling above the surrounding plateau.

Stuchd an Lochain 960m (3150ft)

Scotland, UK

A fine peak that harbours a lovely coire nestling into its rugged northern slopes.

Meall Tairneachan 787m (2582ft)

Scotland, UK

A Hummocky hill that hosts a barite mine close to its summit.

Dunsinane Hill 310m (1017ft)

Scotland, UK

A famous hill, it is mentioned in Shakespeare’s play Macbeth and is possibly where the real Macbeth was defeated in 1054....

Carn Mairg 1042m (3419ft)

Scotland, UK

The highest point of a broad arcing ridge system comprising of four Munros north of Glen Lyon.

Carn a'Chlamain 963m (3159ft)

Scotland, UK

This peak is the highest point of a rather remote tract of land north of the Glen Tilt.

Beinn Ghlas 1103m (3619ft)

Scotland, UK

A high peak, although it is essentially a small summit spur on the southwest ridge of Ben Lawers.

Stuc a'Chroin 975m (3199ft)

Scotland, UK

A distinguishable peak as seen in profile because of its steep northern flank.

Ben Lawers 1214m (3983ft)

Scotland, UK

The highest point of a smooth, somewhat grassy ridge system comprising of seven Munros.

Beinn Dearg (Blair Atholl) 1008m (3307ft)

Scotland, UK

This remote mountain is the highest point over a vast tract of land between the Rivers’ Feshie and Tilt.

1 Bheinn Mheadonach Blair Atholl, Scotland, UK
2 Knock Hill 244m (801ft) Scotland, UK
3 Creag Uchdag 879m (2884ft) Scotland, UK
4 Creag Mhor (Meall na Aighean) 981m (3219ft) Scotland, UK
5 Carn Gorm 1029m (3376ft) Scotland, UK
6 Mayar 928m (3045ft) Scotland, UK
7 Stuchd an Lochain 960m (3150ft) Scotland, UK
8 Meall Tairneachan 787m (2582ft) Scotland, UK
9 Dunsinane Hill 310m (1017ft) Scotland, UK
10 Carn Mairg 1042m (3419ft) Scotland, UK
11 Carn a'Chlamain 963m (3159ft) Scotland, UK
12 Beinn Ghlas 1103m (3619ft) Scotland, UK
13 Stuc a'Chroin 975m (3199ft) Scotland, UK
14 Ben Lawers 1214m (3983ft) Scotland, UK
15 Beinn Dearg (Blair Atholl) 1008m (3307ft) Scotland, UK

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