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  1. Beinn Dearg

    Beinn Dearg , meaning Red Mountain in Scottish Gaelic language Gaelic , is a common name, applied to several hills in different parts of Scotland Beinn Dearg Ullapool Beinn Dearg 1084  m Munro and Marilyn hill Marilyn lying southeast of Ullapool Beinn Dearg Blair Atholl Beinn Dearg 1008  m Munro and Marilyn hill Marilyn to the north of Blair Atholl Beinn Dearg Torridon Beinn Dearg 914  m Corbett hill Corbett and Marilyn hill Marilyn in the Torridon Area Beinn Dearg Glen Lyon Beinn Dearg 830  m Corbett hill Corbett and Marilyn hill Marilyn north of Glen Lyon, Scotland Glen Lyon Beinn Dearg Glenartney Beinn Dearg 706  m Graham hill Graham and Marilyn hill Marilyn in the Glenartney area Beinn Dearg Menteith Beinn Dearg 427  m Marilyn hill Marilyn in the Menteith Hills disambig nl Beinn Dearg ...   more details



  1. Beinn Dearg M�r

    Infobox mountain name Beinn Dearg M r photo Beinn Dearg Mor.JPG photo caption Beinn Dearg Mor from Sail Liath, August 2009 elevation m 910 elevation ref prominence m 568 prominence ref listing Corbett hill Corbett , Marilyn hill Marilyn translation Big red mountain language Scottish Gaelic language Gaelic pronunciation IPA gd pei t k mo lang location Dundonnell and Fisherfield Forest , Scotland range coordinates coord 57.7655 5.3099 type mountain region GB display inline,title grid ref UK NH03217993 topo Ordnance Survey OS Landranger 19 type first ascent easiest route Beinn Dearg M r is a peak in the Dundonnell and Fisherfield Forest of the Northwest Highlands in Scotland . It rises to an elevation of convert 910 m ft sigfig 4 above sea level. DEFAULTSORT Beinn Dearg Mor Category Corbetts Category Mountains and hills of the Northwest Highlands nn Beinn Dearg M r ...   more details



  1. Beinn Dearg (Torridon)

    For other mountains of the same name Beinn Dearg disambiguation Infobox mountain name Beinn Dearg photo Beinn dearg torridon.jpg photo caption Descending from the summit of Beinn Dearg elevation m 914 elevation ref prominence c. 469 m listing Marilyn hill Marilyn , Corbett mountain Corbett translation red mountain language Scots Gaelic language Gaelic pronunciation IPA en be n d r k lang Dubious date July 2009 location Torridon , Scotland coordinates grid ref UK NG895608 topo Ordnance Survey Landranger 19, 24 Beinn Dearg is the 4th highest of the Torridon Hills Torridon mountains in the Scottish Highlands highlands of Scotland . Beinn Dearg offers all the typical features of a Torridon hill, with steeply wiktionary terrace terraced rocky sides dissected by near vertical gully gullies . The summit ridge is an airy crest that offers some easy scrambling alternatively this can be avoided by following a path that traverses the terraces on the southern side. Unlike its higher neighbours, the hill just misses out on the magic height of 3,000  ft, and therefore lacks any peaks of Munro status. For this reason, if no other, it is climbed far less than the three major mountains surrounding it. In 2007, the Munro Society commissioned CMCR Ltd to survey Beinn Dearg in order to ascertain ... and islands 6982110.stm . Ascent The most normal starting point for climbing Beinn Dearg is the car ... of Beinn Alligin . From here the river is followed until the confluence with the Allt Bhealaich. This burn may be followed up to the low mountain pass bealach or saddle between Beinn Dearg and Beinn ... routes described above one may complete a traverse of Beinn Dearg. The summit offers excellent views of the well known surrounding peaks of Torridon. External links Commons cat Beinn Dearg Torridon Beinn Dearg Torridon is at coordinates coord 57.588762 5.521364 type mountain region GB display ... of the Northwest Highlands Category Torridon nn Beinn Dearg i Torridon ...   more details



  1. Beinn Dearg (Ullapool)

    Infobox mountain name Beinn Dearg photo Beinn Dearg geograph.org.uk 231634.jpg photo caption elevation m 1084 elevation ref prominence c. 810 m prominence ref small List of mountains of the British Isles by relative height Ranked 34th in British Isles small parent peak Sgurr Mor Fannichs Sgurr Mor listing Munro , Marilyn hill Marilyn translation Red mountain language Scots Gaelic language Gaelic pronunciation IPA gd pei t k lang br small English approx small bain d yerak location Wester Ross , Scotland coordinates grid ref UK NH259811 topo Ordnance Survey Landranger 20 type first ascent easiest route Beinn Dearg one of a Beinn Dearg number of Scottish hills of that name is a mountain in the Inverlael area of the Scottish Highlands Highlands of Scotland . It is most frequently climbed by following the River Lael up Gleann na Sguaib . Starting from near the head of Loch Broom a path follows the glen to a bealach about a kilometre north of the summit. From this bealach, the neighbouring peaks of Con a Mheall and Meall na Ceapraichean may also be climbed. Eididh nan Clach Geala , which lies about 3  km north of Beinn Dearg is also added in to complete a round of 4  Munros. During early 2005, strong wind s caused much damage to tree s in the Inverlael Forest, almost completely blocking the route described. Beinn Dearg is designated as a Special Protection Area . The area encompasses a diverse range of habitats, including woodland , mire , open water, dwarf shrub heath habitat heath , and cliff s. Most significantly, the summit areas support specialist montane birds such as breeding Eurasian Dotterel Dotterel Charadrius morinellus and Golden Eagle Aquila chrysaetos . External links commons category http www.jncc.gov.uk default.aspx?page 1881 Beinn Dearg SPA British hills Scottish Munros section 15 coord 57.78561 4.93005 type landmark region GB source enwiki osgb36 ... SSSI stub cy Beinn Dearg 1084m es Beinn Dearg Ullapool nn Beinn Dearg i Ullapool ...   more details



  1. Chno Dearg

    Infobox mountain name Chno Dearg photo Chno Dearg from Stob Choire Sgriodain.jpg photo caption Chno Dearg seen from Stob Coire Sgriodain, two km to the west. elevation m 1046 elevation ref prominence m 649 prominence ref listing Munro , Marilyn hill Marilyn translation Red Nut or Red Hill language Scottish Gaelic language Gaelic pronunciation IPA gd x k lang br small English approx small khraw yherrek location Lochaber , Highland council area Highland SCO range Grampian Mountains Scotland Grampians grid ref UK NN377740 topo Ordnance Survey OS Landranger 41, Ordnance Survey OS Explorer 393 first ascent easiest route GB summits start GB summits entry Name Meall Garbh Gridref NN640509 Height 976  m 3202  ft Status Munro Top end Image Chno Dearg summit looking west.jpg thumb right 300px Looking west from the summit over the Stob Coire Easain Easains and Stob Choire Claurigh The Grey Corries to Ben Nevis . Chno Dearg Scottish Gaelic Gaelic A Chn Dhearg is a Scotland Scottish ... council area Highland council area. Overview Chno Dearg is situated to the east of Loch Treig in the high ... climb to the summit. The neighbouring Munro of Stob Coire Sgriodain with which Chno Dearg .... Chno Dearg has a considerable topographic prominence of 649 metres, being surrounded by the deep glens ... Gaelic language Gaelic as Red Nut , however early maps give the name as Cnoc Dearg which translates ... Chno Dearg expansive northern flank falls gradually to Glen Spean and the shores of Loch Laggan ... flank. The south side of Chno Dearg contains the steep sided Coire nan Cnamh which falls precipitously ... Chno Dearg is usually climbed from the hamlet of Fersit gbm4ibx NN350784 as a rule the adjacent Munro ... from Corrour railway station and climbing Beinn na Lap first and then continuing north over Chno Dearg and Stob Coire Sgriodain to finish at Tulloch railway station to catch the evening train ref ... Dearg nn Chno Dearg pl Chno Dearg ...   more details



  1. Eilean Dearg

    Eilean Dearg can refer to Eilean Dearg, Loch Riddon Eilean Dearg, Knoydart geodis Template Longcomment added to the page to prevent it being listed on Special Shortpages. ...   more details



  1. C�rn Dearg

    Carn Dearg Scottish Gaelic language Gaelic for red cairn is the name of several mountains in Scotland C rn Dearg a 1,221  m peak NW of Ben Nevis C rn Dearg Ben Alder a 1034  m Munro north of Ben Alder C rn Dearg a 1,020  m peak SW of Ben Nevis C rn Dearg Monadh Liath a 945  m Munro, the highest point in the Monadh Liath C rn Dearg Loch Ossian a 941  m Munro southeast of Loch Ossian C rn Dearg East of Glen Roy an 834  m Hill lists in the British Isles Corbetts Corbett east of Glen Roy C rn Dearg North of Gleann Eachach an 817  m Corbett north of Gleann Eachach, and north of Glen Roy C rn Dearg South of Gleann Eachach a 768  m Corbett south of Gleann Eachach, and north of Glen Roy C rn Dearg Oban v a 437  m Marilyn hill Marilyn near Oban See also C rn Dearg M r C rn M r Dearg geodis DEFAULTSORT Carn Dearg fr C rn Dearg ...   more details



  1. Meall Dearg

    Meall Dearg , meaning Red Hill in Scottish Gaelic language Gaelic , may refer to one of several peaks in Scotland Meall Dearg Aonach Eagach Meall Dearg a 953  m Munro forming the western end of the Aonach Eagach . Meall Dearg Glen Cochill Meall Dearg a 690  m Graham hill Graham and Marilyn hill Marilyn above Glen Cochill in Perth and Kinross . disambig ...   more details



  1. Sg�rr Dearg

    Infobox mountain name Sg rr Dearg other name Inaccessible Pinnacle photo In pinn.jpg photo caption Sg rr Dearg and the Inaccessible Pinnacle elevation m 986 elevation ref prominence 182 m parent peak Sg rr Alasdair listing Munro , Marilyn hill Marilyn translation Red peak language Scottish Gaelic Gaelic pronunciation IPA gd s ku r t k lang location Isle of Skye Skye , Scotland range Cuillin grid ref UK NG444215 topo Ordnance Survey OS Landranger 32 first ascent 1880, by Charles and Lawrence Pilkington easiest route climbing rock climb Grade climbing British and Irish Moderate Sg rr Dearg Gaelic red peak is a mountain in the Cuillin on the Isle of Skye , Scotland . It is topped by the Inaccessible ... at 3,235  ft 986  m is the highest point of Sg rr Dearg and the only Munro with a peak that can .... Geography Sg rr Dearg lies on the main Cuillin ridge at the junction of Coire Lagan, Coire na ... Alasdair , across Coire Lagan. Although the name Sg rr Dearg refers to the mountain as a whole, references to the summit of Sg rr Dearg are, unless otherwise qualified, generally taken to indicate the 978 ..., Noel Williams states that the Pinnacle outstrips Sg rr Dearg by 8m and must therefore be regarded ... on the west ridge of the Inaccessible Pinnacle, taken from near the lower top of Sg rr Dearg ... via the Cirque corrie of the same name from here the top of Sg rr Dearg may be gained via ... by ascending the screes of Sron Dearg, which leads to Sg rr Dearg s narrow and rocky south west ... to the south east Grade 2 . In this case the top of Sg rr Dearg can be reached direct by scrambling ... Trust isbn 0 907521 55 X External links http www.skyewalk.co.uk innpinn.shtml Sg rr Dearg & In Pinn ... Sgurr Dearg Category Munros Category Marilyns of Scotland Category Mountains and hills of Skye Category Volcanoes of Scotland Category Paleogene volcanism Category Extinct volcanoes cy Sgurr Dearg de Sgurr Dearg ga Sg rr Dearg gd An Sg rr Dearg nn Sgurr Dearg ...   more details



  1. Crobh Dearg

    Unreferenced date March 2007 Drob Derg modern spelling Crobh Dearg pronounced crove derg is a Celtic mythology Celtic goddess, in Scottish, Irish and Welsh mythology. Her name means red claws . She is one of the harvest goddesses, and is also known as, or linked to, Lassi goddess Lassi Flame , Lassar Fh na , and or Lasair ona Fire of Wine . There is a well in Ireland named after her. Celtic mythology Mythological celt myth stub Category Irish goddesses ...   more details



  1. Beinn Damh

    Infobox mountain name Beinn Damh photo Beinn Damh from Maol Chean dearg.jpg photo caption The rough eastern side of Beinn Damh seen from Maol Cheann dearg . elevation m 903 elevation ref prominence m 518 prominence ref listing List of Corbetts Corbett , Marilyn hill Marilyn translation Hill of the Stag language Scottish Gaelic language Gaelic pronunciation IPA en b n d f lang location Torridon Hills , SCO range Northwest Highlands grid ref UK NG892501 topo Ordnance Survey OS Landranger 24 first ascent easiest route Beinn Damh is a Scotland Scottish mountain situated in the wild mountainous area between Upper Loch Torridon and Glen Carron, 25 kilometres north northeast of Kyle of Lochalsh . Beinn Damh is classed as a List of Corbetts Corbett reaching a height of 903  metres 2,962  feet failing to qualify as a Munro by eleven metres, despite this it is a fine mountain with a four kilometre long undulating summit ridge with three tops, it has steep slopes and crags with its eastern face being especially dramatic with huge buttresses and cliffs. The mountain has the conspicuous Stirrup Mark just to the south west of the summit, this is a semi circular area of white quartzite surrounded by grey rock which stands out when the mountain is viewed from the south west. The mountains translated name of Hill of the Stag is apt because it stands in the middle of the Ben Damh deer estate. Ascent The ascent of Beinn Damh starts from the Loch Torridon Hotel in Torridon village on the A896 road at grid reference gbm4ibx NG887541 and follows the Allt Coire Roill for just over a kilometre, passing a 30 metre high waterfall , the path then divides, the right fork climbs to the summit ... point of Beinn Damh lies at the southern end of the summit ridge and gives good views of nearby Beinn Alligin , Liathach and the Applecross hills as well as the Glen Carron Munros and Corbetts . References ... Highlands Category Torridon cy Beinn Damh nn Beinn Damh ...   more details



  1. Maol Cheann-dearg

    Infobox mountain name Maol Cheann dearg photo Maol Chean dearg from Beinn Liath Mhor.jpg photo caption Maol Cheann dearg right and An Ruadh stac left from Beinn Liath Mh r with Beinn Bh n Applecross Beinn Bh n and the Cuillin Skye Cuillin in the background . elevation m 933 elevation ref prominence c. 375 m listing Munro , Marilyn hill Marilyn translation Bald Red Head language Scottish Gaelic language Gaelic pronunciation IPA gd m l an t r k lang location Wester Ross SCO range Northwest Highlands grid ref UK NG924499 topo Ordnance Survey OS Landranger 25 first ascent easiest route Maol Cheann dearg Scottish Gaelic Gaelic Maol cheann Dearg is a Scotland Scottish Mountain situated between Upper Loch Torridon and Loch Carron, in the Coulags deer forest in Wester Ross , Highland council area Highland region . It is one of three Munro s in this area the others being Sgorr Ruadh and Beinn Liath Mh r and reaches a height of 933 metres 3060  feet , it is slightly isolated from the other two being separated by a low col of 420 metres and therefore tends to be ascended separately. The mountain ... appropriate. The mountain is not to be confused with Maol Chinn dearg, another Munro on the south Glen Shiel ridge. Ascent Maol Cheann dearg is one of the few Scottish hills which is encircled by good Game stalker stalkers paths, being located on the Beinn Damh deer estate, these paths can be utilised ... Cheann dearg is usually ascended from Coulags on the A890 road in Glen Carron where it is possible ... views from any Munro with the Torridon Hills well seen to the west along with Beinn Bh n Applecross Beinn Bh n and the Cuillin Skye Cuillin to the south west. References The Munros SMC Guide ... from the summit over Beinn na h Eaglaise to the Torridon mountains. coord 57.49162 N 5.46564 W region ... Scottish Munros section 13 DEFAULTSORT Maol Cheann Dearg Category Munros Category Marilyns of Scotland Category Mountains and hills of the Northwest Highlands Category Torridon cy Maol Chean dearg ...   more details



  1. Beinn Tarsuinn

    Several Scottish mountains bear the name Beinn Tarsuinn including Beinn Tarsuinn Wester Ross 937  m &mdash a Munro Beinn Tarsuinn Corbett 862  m a Corbett on the Isle of Arran geodis ...   more details



  1. Beinn Bhuidhe

    A number of Scottish mountains and hills share the name Beinn Bhuidhe Beinn Bhuidhe Glen Fyne convert 948 m disp or , a Munro in the southwestern Highlands Beinn Bhuidhe Mull convert 413 m disp or , a Marilyn on the Isle of Mull Beinn Bhuidhe Knoydart convert 855 m disp or , a Marilyn in Knoydart geodis ...   more details



  1. Beinn Bhreac

    Beinn Bhreac Gaelic language Gaelic for speckled hill is a name shared by a number of Scottish hills and mountains Beinn Bhreac Glen Derry convert 933 m disp or , a Munro in the Cairngorms Beinn Bhreac Blair Atholl convert 912 m disp or , a Marilyn in the Cairngorms Beinn Bhreac Barcaldine convert 726 m disp or , a Marilyn in the Southern Highlands Beinn Bhreac Arrochar convert 681 m disp or , a Marilyn in the Southern Highlands Beinn Bhreac Arran convert 575 m disp or , a Marilyn on the Isle of Arran Beinn Bhreac Inveraray convert 526 m disp or , a Marilyn in the Western Highlands Beinn Bhreac Kyles of Bute convert 519 m disp or , a Marilyn in the Western Highlands Beinn Bhreac North Jura convert 467 m disp or , a Marilyn on the Isle of Jura Beinn Bhreac Minginish convert 445 m disp or , a Marilyn on the Minginish peninsula, Skye Beinn Bhreac Paps of Jura convert 441 m disp or , a Marilyn on the Isle of Jura Beinn Bhreac Waternish convert 329 m disp or , a Marilyn on the Waternish peninsula, Skye Beinn Bhreac Moidart convert 240 m disp or , a Marilyn in the North west Highlands Beinn Bhreac Lewis convert 191 m disp or , a Marilyn on the Isle of Lewis geodis ...   more details



  1. Beinn a' Chaorainn

    Beinn a Chaorainn Mountain Of The Rowan Tree is the name of two Munro mountains in the Scottish Highlands . It is also the name of several lesser mountains in Scotland. Beinn a Chaorainn Cairngorms Is situated in the middle of the Cairngorms range and has a height of 1083 metres. Beinn a Chaorainn Glen Spean Lies on the northern side of Glen Spean and has a height of 1052 metres. disambig ...   more details



  1. Beinn Fhionnlaidh

    Beinn Fhionnlaidh is the name of two mountains in Scotland, both listed as Munros Beinn Fhionnlaidh Creran , 959 m, between Glen Creran and Glen Etive, in Argyll Beinn Fhionnlaidh Mullardoch , 1005 m, on the south side of Loch Mullardoch, between Glen Cannich and Glen Affric geo dis ...   more details



  1. Beinn Bh�n

    Beinn Bh n , meaning White Mountain in Scottish Gaelic language Gaelic , is a common name, applied to several hills in different parts of Scotland Beinn Bh n Applecross 896  m Corbett hill Corbett and Marilyn hill Marilyn on the Applecross peninsula Beinn Bh n Arkaig 796  m Corbett hill Corbett and Marilyn hill Marilyn south of Loch Arkaig Beinn Bh n Kilmartin 314  m Marilyn near Kilmartin disambig ...   more details



  1. Beinn a' Chleibh

    Infobox mountain name Beinn a Chleibh photo On the col below Beinn Laoigh Ben Lui geograph.org.uk 100516.jpg photo caption looking towards the north east ridge of Beinn a Chleibh, September 2002 elevation m 916 elevation ref prominence m 141 prominence ref ref cite peakbagger pid 21004 name Beinn a Chleibh, Scotland ref listing Munro translation Hill of the chest ref http www.munromagic.com MountainInfo.cfm?Mountain 281 Beinn a Chleibh Munro MunroMagic.com Bot generated title ref language Scottish Gaelic language Gaelic pronunciation Gaelic IPA gd pei xle v beinnachleibh.ogg location Argyll and Bute , SCO coordinates grid ref UK NN25052559 topo Ordnance Survey OS Landranger 50 easiest route Hiking Hike Beinn a Chleibh Scottish Gaelic Gaelic Beinn a Chl ibh is a Scotland Scottish mountain . It is linked to Ben Lui by a short ridge. References commons category Beinn a Chleibh reflist The Munros, Scottish Mountaineering Trust, 1986, Donald Bennett Editor ISBN 0 0907521 13 4 Scottish Munros section 1 coord 56.39010 4.83570 type landmark region GB source enwiki osgb36 NN25052559 display title DEFAULTSORT Beinn A Chleibh Category Munros Argyll geo stub cy Beinn a Chleibh pl Beinn a Chleibh ...   more details



  1. Beinn Luibhean

    coord 56.231 4.836 display title region GB scale 10000 Infobox mountain name Beinn Luibhean elevation m 858 parent peak Beinn Ime range Arrochar Alps grid ref UK NN24270792 Beinn Luibhean is one of the Arrochar Alps in the Argyll Highlands of Scotland, located to the northern side of Glen Croe between Loch Long in Dunbartonshire to the East and Loch Fyne in the Remote Highlands of Argyll to the West. The landscape to the West of Loch Long changes as the shoreline provides the gateway to Argyll, the district in the Western Highlands of Scotland that form the first ingredients to a wilderness and has a real sense of remoteness and isolation from the Lowlands and Populated parts of the Central Belt . The Arrochar Alps are a Mountain Range which Run from the Loch Goil in the South and West towards Tyndrum in the North. Beinn Luibhean stands at a height of 2816  ft, 857m. The Nearest Mountains to Beinn Luibhean include The Cobbler , Beinn Ime and Beinn Narnain . Glen Croe is a large passage going through mountainous Argyll landscape and links up to the rest of the Highlands. External links cite web url http www.munromagic.com MountainInfo.cfm 368 title Beinn Luibhean Corbett MunroMagic.com publisher www.munromagic.com accessdate 2009 11 22 Arrochar Alps Category Mountains and hills of Argyll and Bute Category Corbetts Category Marilyns of Scotland Argyll geo stub cy Beinn Luibhean nn Beinn Luibhean ...   more details



  1. Beinn an �ir

    Infobox mountain name Beinn an ir photo SunsetOverThePaps.jpg photo caption Sunset over Beinn an ir and Beinn Shiantaidh with Corra Bheinn to the right elevation m 785 elevation ref prominence m 785 prominence ref small List of mountains of the British Isles by relative height Ranked 39th in British Isles small parent peak none HP Jura, Scotland Jura listing Marilyn hill Marilyn , Corbett hill Corbett translation mountain of gold language Scottish Gaelic language Gaelic pronunciation IPA gd pje n r lang location Jura, Scotland Jura , SCO coordinates grid ref UK NR498749 topo Ordnance Survey OS Landrangers 60, 61 easiest route Beinn an ir Scottish Gaelic language Gaelic mountain of gold is the highest peak of the Jura, Scotland Paps of Jura Paps of Jura on the island of Jura, Scotland Jura , Scotland . It is the highest peak on the island, standing at 785  metres, and is thereby a Corbett hill Corbett . Beinn an ir is frequently climbed along with the other two peaks forming the Paps Beinn Shiantaidh and Beinn a Chaolais . The most usual route for this ascent starts from the bridge over the Corran River, and Beinn an ir is invariably the second peak to be climbed, regardless of which order of peaks is chosen for the route. Alternatively, it is possible to avoid the other two peaks and climb Beinn an ir from either of the bealach s that separate it from its neighbours. External links Computer generated virtual panoramas http www.viewfinderpanoramas.org panoramas ISL Jura Oir.gif Beinn an Oir http www.viewfinderpanoramas.org panoramas.html Index coord 55.90198 N 6.00423 W region GB source enwiki osgb36 NR498749 display title Note WGS84 lat long, converted from OSGB36 grid ref British hills DEFAULTSORT Beinn An Oir Category Jura, Scotland Category Marilyns of Scotland Category Mountains and hills of the Scottish islands Category Corbetts Category Mountains and hills of Argyll and Bute Argyll geo stub nn Beinn an ir pl Beinn an ir ...   more details



  1. Beinn an D�thaidh

    Infobox mountain name Beinn an D thaidh photo Beinn an Dothaidh.jpg photo caption Beinn an D thaidh s rockier northern side from near Achallader farm. elevation m 1,004 elevation ref prominence c. 249 m parent peak Beinn a Chreachain listing Munro , Marilyn hill Marilyn translation Hill of the scorching or singeing language Scottish Gaelic language Gaelic pronunciation IPA gd pei n t . lang location Argyll and Bute , SCO range Bridge of Orchy Hills, Grampian Mountains grid ref UK NN331408 Beinn an D thaidh from the Scottish Gaelic Gaelic for hill of the scorching or singeing , is a mountain located in the Bridge of Orchy hills of Argyll and Bute , Scotland . It is located beside the more popular Beinn D rain . The two hills are frequently climbed together from the mountain pass bealach between them, which is easily accessed from the Bridge of Orchy railway station . Alternatively, Beinn an D thaidh may be climbed via its northwest ridge, or combined with an ascent of Beinn Achaladair to the northeast. In a good winter, Coire Daingean on Beinn an D thaidh becomes a winter climbing venue, offering routes from Scottish grade III through grade V. A topo detailing the routes may be downloaded http www.ochils.com component option,com docman task,doc download gid,49 Itemid,94 here . and the UK Climbing page http www.ukclimbing.com logbook crag.php?id 621 here . coord 56.52950 N 4.71520 W region GB source enwiki osgb36 NN331408 display title Note WGS84 lat long, converted from OSGB36 grid ref commons category Beinn an D thaidh Scottish Munros section 2 DEFAULTSORT Beinn An Dothaidh Category Munros Category Mountains and hills of the Southern Highlands Category Marilyns of Scotland Category Mountains and hills of Argyll and Bute Argyll geo stub nn Beinn an Dothaidh pl Beinn an Dothaidh ...   more details



  1. Beinn a' Chaolais

    Infobox mountain name Beinn a Chaolais photo Beinn a chaolais.jpg photo caption Beinn a Chaolais from the south eastern slope of Beinn Shiantaidh elevation m 733 elevation ref prominence m 359 prominence ref parent peak Beinn an ir listing Marilyn hill Marilyn , Graham hill Graham translation mountain of the sound language Scottish Gaelic language Gaelic location Jura, Scotland Jura , Scotland range coordinates grid ref UK NR488734 topo Ordnance Survey OS Landrangers 60, 61 type age first ascent easiest route Beinn a Chaolais Scottish Gaelic language Gaelic mountain of the sound is the lowest peak of the Paps of Jura on the island of Jura, Scotland Jura , Scotland . It stands at 733  metres above sea level , and with over 300  metres of relative height is therefore a Graham hill Graham . coord 55.88802 N 6.01879 W region GB source enwiki osgb36 NR488734 display title Note WGS84 lat long, converted from OSGB36 grid ref DEFAULTSORT Beinn A Chaolais Category Marilyns of Scotland Category Mountains and hills of the Scottish islands Category Grahams Category Jura, Scotland Category Mountains and hills of Argyll and Bute Argyll geo stub nn Beinn a Chaolais pl Beinn a Chaolais ...   more details



  1. Beinn Heasgarnich

    Infobox mountain name Beinn Heasgarnich photo Beinn Heasgarnich and Lochan. geograph.org.uk 9557.jpg photo caption view of Beinn Heasgarnich from the east, August 2004 elevation m 1078 elevation ref prominence m 579 prominence ref ref cite peakbagger pid 14102 name Beinn Heasgarnich, Scotland ref parent peak Ben Lawers listing Munro , Marilyn hill Marilyn translation sheltering mountain language Scottish Gaelic language Gaelic pronunciation IPA gd pe hes k x location Perth and Kinross , SCO coordinates grid ref UK NN4138538330 topo Ordnance Survey OS Landranger 51 easiest route Hiking Hike Beinn Heasgarnich Scottish Gaelic Gaelic Beinn Theasairginneach is a Scotland Scottish mountain . It lies approximately 2  km to the south of Loch Lyon . References commons category Beinn Heasgarnich reflist 1 The Munros, Scottish Mountaineering Trust, 1986, Donald Bennet Editor ISBN 0 0907521 13 4 Scottish Munros section 2 coord 56.51020 4.57914 type landmark region GB source enwiki osgb36 NN4138538330 display title Category Munros PerthKinross geo stub cy Beinn Heasgarnich pl Beinn Heasgarnich ...   more details



  1. Beinn Bhrotain

    Infobox mountain name Beinn Bhrotain photo View towards Beinn Bhrotain geograph.org.uk 1676851.jpg photo caption View across Glen Dee to Beinn Bhrotain, September 2000 elevation m 1157 elevation ref prominence m 258 prominence ref ref cite peakbagger pid 9236 name Beinn Bhrotain, Scotland ref listing Munro , Marilyn hill Marilyn translation Hill of the mastiff language Scottish Gaelic language Gaelic location Aberdeenshire , SCO coordinates grid ref UK NN954923 topo Ordnance Survey OS Landranger 43 and 36 easiest route Hiking Hike Beinn Bhrotain Scottish Gaelic Hill of the mastiff dubious date February 2012 or Ben Vrottan is a Scottish mountain in the Cairngorms range, 18 kilometres west of Braemar in the county of Aberdeenshire . References commons category Beinn Bhrotain reflist Scottish Munros section 8 coord 57 00 38 N 3 42 33 W type mountain region GB display title Category Munros Category Marilyns of Scotland Category Mountains and hills of the Eastern Highlands Category Mountains and hills of Aberdeenshire Category Places and placenames on Mar Lodge Estate Aberdeenshire geo stub cy Beinn Bhrotain nn Beinn Bhrotain pl Beinn Bhrotain ...   more details




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