Munros - Loch Duich to Cannich

Munros

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
Carn Eige [Carn Eighe] 1183m 3881ft NH123262
Mam Sodhail 1181m 3875ft NH120253
Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan 1151m 3776ft NH057228
Tom a'Choinich 1112m 3648ft NH164273
Sgurr Fhuaran 1067m 3501ft NG978166
Toll Creagach 1054m 3458ft NH194282
Sgurr a'Bhealaich Dheirg 1036m 3399ft NH035143
Beinn Fhada 1032m 3386ft NH018192
Sgurr na Ciste Duibhe 1027m 3369ft NG984149
Beinn Fhionnlaidh 1005m 3297ft NH115282
Sgurr na Carnach 1002m 3287ft NG977158
Aonach Meadhoin 1001m 3284ft NH049137
Mullach na Dheiragain 982m 3222ft NH080259
Ciste Dhubh 979m 3212ft NH062166
Saileag 956m 3136ft NH017148
An Socach 921m 3022ft NH088230
A'Ghlas-bheinn 918m 3012ft NH008231
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