Munros - Loch Treig to Loch Ericht


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
Ben Alder 1148m 3766ft NN496718
Geal-Charn 1132m 3714ft NN469746
Aonach Beag 1116m 3661ft NN457741
Beinn Eibhinn 1102m 3615ft NN449733
Beinn a'Chlachair 1087m 3566ft NN471781
Geal Charn 1049m 3442ft NN504811
Chno Dearg 1046m 3432ft NN377741
Carn Dearg 1034m 3392ft NN504764
Beinn Bheoil 1019m 3343ft NN516717
Stob Coire Sgriodain 979m 3212ft NN356743
Sgor Gaibhre 955m 3133ft NN444674
Carn Dearg 941m 3087ft NN417661
Beinn na Lap 935m 3068ft NN376695
Creag Pitridh 924m 3031ft NN487814

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