Munros - Braemar to Montrose


Based on a list originally published in 1891 by Sir Hugh Munro, Munros are Scottish hills that are at least 3000 feet in height and deemed to be distinct and separate mountains. Today the Scottish Mountaineering Council is responsible for managing the list.

Identified Peaks

The following peaks have been identifed and displayed in descending height order. Alternative names by which a peak is known are given in square brakcets. To find out more about a particular peak, click on the name or select more.

Name Height Grid Ref
Lochnagar - Cac Carn Beag 1155m 3789ft NO243861
Carn a'Choire Bhoidheach 1110m 3642ft NO226845
Glas Maol 1068m 3504ft NO167765
Cairn of Claise 1064m 3491ft NO185788
Carn an t-Sagairt Mor 1047m 3435ft NO208843
Carn an Tuirc 1019m 3343ft NO174804
Cairn Bannoch 1012m 3320ft NO222825
Broad Cairn 998m 3274ft NO240815
Creag Leacach 987m 3238ft NO154745
Tolmount 958m 3143ft NO210800
Tom Buidhe 957m 3140ft NO213787
Driesh 947m 3107ft NO271735
Mount Keen 939m 3081ft NO409869
Mayar 928m 3045ft NO240737

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Mountains & Routes

UK Mountain Database

The mountain database contains details of all 3000 peaks in UK over 150m. You can browse by area or all the major ticklists including Munros and Wainwrights.

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