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Meall na Fearna
Meall na Fearna is a Corbett lying east of Ben Vorlich and south of Loch Earn. Its summit is very shy, being masked by outlying tops.
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Tinto
This fine pyramid of a hill, seen from many points, does not make Corbett height, instead falling into the group of hills called the Grahams.
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Aonach Beag & Beinn Eibhinn
These fine summits are two remote Munros lying between Lochs Laggan and Ericht; they look over the Bealach Dubh to the Ben Alder massif.
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Beinn Dubhchraig & Ben Oss
Ben Oss and Beinn Dubhchraig make a fine one-day two-Munro walk near the ‘gold-rush’ village of Tyndrum.
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Ben Cleuch
The rounded, grassy slopes of the high Ochil Hills make a comforting contrast to their steep southern defences.
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Ben More Coigach
The unbeatable combination of sea and mountains is never more appreciated than here, on the Coigach peninsula north of Ullapool.
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Meall Ghaordaidh
This solitary Munro lies a few kilometres west of the Tarmachans and is gained from Killin.
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Stob Dubh
No matter how one looks at this hill, it’s a steep one! And steep all the way round, so that there is really no easy ascent or descent.
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Beinn Udlaidh & Beinn Bhreac-liath
Two Corbetts are on this walk, ideal for the short winter days which bear down on us at this time of year.
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Beinn a’Chreachain & Beinn Achaladair
The Bridge of Orchy group is a popular chain of four Munros. The fit walker may manage all four in one day but in winter most are content to take two days.
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Baosbheinn
This route involves a fair bit of trail walking but as compensation the scenery is wonderful.
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Ruadh-stac Beag and Meall a’ Ghiubhais
It’s easy to hear the magic word Torridon and think only of the giant Munros peaks in that glen but there are other, equally enjoyable hills.
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Lowther Hill
It is easy to overlook the Border hills of Scotland and England but head south for a change and be prepared for pleasant walking over grassy slopes.
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Beinn Talaidh
This fine hill on the Isle of Mull recently lost its Corbett status but is well worth a visit nonetheless.
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Beinn Dearg
A short way south of Seana Bhraigh, this fine mountain is conveniently linked with an ascent of Cona’ Mheall.
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Seana Bhraigh
One of the most remote Munros, Seana Bhraigh (‘old height’) is a long way from any public road, with approaches possible from the west or north.
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The Trotternish Traverse
This is an unusual walk in the north of Skye, with spectacular rock scenery and, in summer, glorious wild flowers.
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Ben Starav
When combined with its neighbouring Munro, Glas Bheinn Mhor this hill provides a good, leggy day out, starting just above sea level in Glen Etive.
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Beinn a’Chuallaich
This hill is called the Hill of the Herding due to its close proximity to one of the great drove roads of Scotland.
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A’Mharconaich
This route takes in two Munros, lying to the west of the Pass of Drumochter and as a bonus starts at a fair height above sea level.
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West Lomond
Like their higher counterpart in the west, the Lomonds derive their name from beacon, as they make such a good viewpoint.
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Luinne Bheinn
A long walk in the Rough Bounds of Knoydart will clear any cobwebs your mind may have acquired!
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Ben More (Mull)
The massive chunk of island which is Mull contains Scotland’s only island Munro outside the Isle of Skye, Ben More.
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Meall Corranaich
Two Munros are taken in with this walk and your legs will be considerably eased by the high starting point!
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Eastern Red Hills
It is easy to overlook the fact that Skye has many fine hills outwith the Black Cuillin and this walk includes three of them and offers fine views.
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Cruach Ardrain
One of the Munros clustered near Crianlarich, Cruach Ardrain is connected to Beinn Tulaichean, another Munro which is virtually an outlier on its south ridge.
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Beinn Narnain
Beinn Narnain means the hill of the notches and the Munro is obviously named after the jagged crags which lie just below the summit plateau.
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Mullach nan Coirean
This walk incorporates two of the ten Munros found in the Mamore Ridge and provides superb walking on the big scale.
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An Caisteal
An Caisteal means "The Castle", as will be very apparent on approaching the summit and it is often done in a circular walk taking in its neighbour Beinn a'Chroin too.
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An Sgurr (Eigg)
This is a wee walk with lots of unique character on the beautiful island of Eigg in the Sea of the Hebrides, about one hour by ferry from Mallaig on the west coast.
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Beinn a’Chlachair
Just south of Loch Laggan lies a group of modest Munros, three in all, which are taken in by this walk.
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Aonach Eagach
This is generally agreed to be one of the best ridge traverses in Scotland and it is also the most difficult.
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Beinn Alligin
The Horns of Alligin are rocky and exposed but the scrambling is easy and a calm approach will work wonders!
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Round of Loch Turret
This walk of some 17 km takes in three hills and circumnavigates, at altitude, Loch Turret.
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Sgurr nan Gillean
There are only a handful of mountains in Scotland which possess a classical outline and Sgurr nan Gillean on the Isle of Skye is one of them.
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Meall Glas & Sgiath Chuil
These two Munros by Crianlarich are frequently overlooked meaning they will often be quieter than their more popular neighbours.
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Beinn Sgritheall
The wonderful area that is Glenelg and Knoydart is penetrated by Loch Hourn, from the north shore of which Beinn Sgritheall rises.
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Meall Chuaich
This mountain translates as the hill of the quaich, or cup and is a fairly isolated mountain lying east of Dalwhinnie.
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Beinn Eighe
Beinn Eighe is the eastern guardian of Glen Torridon, with two Munros, one recently promoted.
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Cul Mor
The highest Corbett in Assynt, and one which provides very good value.
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Stac Pollaidh
This is a fine wee hill and enjoys a popularity out of all proportion to its relatively modest height.
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Suilven
Even if you are not particularly interested in geology, you can hardly miss the striking appearance of Suilven and many of the hills in the far off north west.
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Bidean nam Bian
The mountains in Glencoe bristle with their defensive crags; so steep that the highest peak on the south side of the glen, Bidean nam Bian, remains very elusive.
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Ben Cruachan
This is a high ridge with seven peaks above the main coire and Cruachan Reservoir, the feeder for the vast underground power station buried in the mountain.
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Stob a’Choin
We are heading deep into Rob Roy Macgregor country for this walk up a Corbett.
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Ben Vrackie
This Corbett is very popular, partly by virtue of its proximity to Pitlochry and also because it is such a fine viewpoint.
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Ben Nevis & Carn Mor Dearg
  Its status as the highest mountain in Britain makes Ben Nevis a busy place but this walk aims to avoid the crowds.
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Cir Mhor
  To continue the island theme, this week we venture over to the Island of Arran, to take in a classic ridge walk.
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The Rum Corbetts
  The island of Rum has its very own Cuillin which may not be as big as that on neighbouring Skye but has equally splendid hills to tackle.
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Ben Vorlich (Loch Earn)
  A popular two-hill day on the south side of Loch Earn taking in Ben Vorlich and Stuc a’Chroin with the opportunity to take in a scrambly buttress en route.
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Mam Sodhail
  There are two Munros included in this long walk in Glen Affric with the option of a third if time and stamina allow!
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Sgurr na Ciche
  This is not a walk for the unfit or the inexperienced as it takes in three Munros in the wonderful and well-named area known as "The Rough Bounds".
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Beinn Ime
  Start the New Year with a three-hill walk above the Rest and be Thankful road, taking in one Munro, one Corbett and a top.
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Beinn Trilleachan
  Meaning Hill of the Sandpipers the walk up this Corbett is to fully savour the wonderful mix of mountain, sea and loch of the west coast of Scotland.
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Ben More and Stob Binnein
  Ben More means the big hill and it certainly dominates this corner of Scotland, lying with its equally large partner Stob Binnein just east of Crianlarich.
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Creag MacRanaich
  This is a useful walk for the short daylight hours this month taking a short trip up Creag MacRanaich at Glen Ogle.
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Nevis Gorge
  This is an excellent short walk for when the high tops are inaccessible with grand mountain scenery including upper Glen Nevis and the Mamore Ridge.
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Beinn a’Ghlo
  This fine range provides a total of three Munros and a top and lies to the north-east of Blair Atholl. View
Beinn Dearg Mor
  This Corbett and its neighbouring Corbett, Beinn Dearg Bheag, make a very fine counterpoint to An Teallach, which they face across Loch na Sealga.
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Creag Dhubh
  This hill just fails to make Corbett status but nonetheless, it is well situated, sitting in the otherwise flat Strathspey and obvious from quite a few directions.
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Beinn a’Bheithir
  This fine double peak sits at the western entrance to Glencoe and its name ominously means hill of the thunderbolt.
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The Whangie
  The Whangie is a strange rock feature found on Auchineden Hill, north of Glasgow and lives up to its strange name, which is Scots for a whang, or slice.
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Lochnagar
  A climbers’ paradise, with a huge wall of granite cliffs and gullies the mighty Lochnagar lies within the Royal estate of Balmoral.
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Beinn Airigh Charr
  This Corbett lies between Loch Maree and the Fionn Loch and is surrounded by superb scenery.
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Buachaille Etive Beag
  The "wee Buachaille", which I promised never to call wee again following my first ascent of it many years ago!
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Meall an t-Seallaidh
  This Corbett lies north of Balquhidder and takes the walker past the church where Rob Roy McGregor and his wife are buried.
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Quinag
  Straddling the neck of land between Loch Assynt to the south and Loch Glencoul to the NE, this mountain boasts three Corbetts and two other tops.
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The Cobbler
  One of Scotland's most distinctive hills, The Cobbler is also one of the most popular and accessible. A classic day out.
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Ben Alder
  A big day right into the remote heart of the Scottish highlands where a mountain bike might come in handy to ease weary legs.
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Liathach
  One of the Torridon giants, which dominates the north side of Glen Torridon and is perhaps at its best on a sunny, sharp autumn day.
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Gartmorn Dam
  This is a low-level (very level!) short walk designed for a day perhaps when the hills are deep in mist.
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Creag Meagaidh
  In winter Creag Meagaidh attracts many adventurous ice climbers but in summer the mountain is transformed into something much sweeter.
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The Tarmachan Ridge
  Although there is only one Munro on this ridge, it takes in some fine crag scenery and is a highly enjoyable outing.
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Ben Lomond
  Ben Lomond is the most southerly Munro and its position, close to Scotland’s largest conurbation and Loch Lomond make it one of the country's most popular mountains.
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Buachaille Etive Mor
  The sight of The Buachaille when you approach over the Rannoch Moor road, is one of the most well known and inspiring mountain views in Scotland.
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Arkle
  The meaning of the name Arkle is uncertain but it probably refers to the very fine summit ridge.
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Sgurr a’Mhaim
  A bold introduction to the Mamore ridge, that superb range totalling ten Munros and easily matching the other side of Glen Nevis for scale and scenery.
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Ben Donich
  This fine little Corbett lies SSW of the Rest and be Thankful pass, in the angle between Glen Croe and Gleann Mor (Hell’s Glen).
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Beinn Mheadhoin
  This is a long day out delving deep into the Cairngorm massif and passing some fine rock scenery along the way to the remote Loch Avon basin.
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Lewis Hill
  This short walk rewards with a bigger impact than its size suggests. Although a mere 266 metres high Lewis Hill offers good views to the west and the north.
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Ben Venue
  This is a useful companion walk to Ben A’an, the two peaks facing each other over the south end of Loch Katrine in the Trossachs. View
Garbh Bheinn of Ardgour
  Two main features dominate this circuit; the very fine cliff scenery of Garbh Bheinn and the path in Coire an Iubhair which is one long squelch!
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Slioch
  Slioch, whose name means "the spear" sits proudly above Loch Maree making it a prominent landmark and a firm favourite with many hillgoers.
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Sgurr a’Chaorachain
  Often overshadowed by its mighty Torridian neighbours to the north the Applecross peninsula has some impressive hills too like Sgurr a’Chaorachain.
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Sgurr an Fhidhleir
  You could fall in love at first sight with this magnificent mountain and the battleship bow of the Fhidhleir.
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Ben A'an
  Ben A’an is a fine little peaklet, close enough to the major urban centres of Scotland to be climbable on a mid-summer evening after work.
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Stob Ghabhar & Stob a'Choire Odhair
  These two Munros provide a spectacular viewpoint to the mountains of Glencoe, Arrochar, Cruachan and Bridge of Orchy.
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