This Munro is a rocky hill, not visible at the start but seen to advantage from further up Glen Falloch.
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Three hills on the east side of Glen Roy.
Part of the Black Mount group of hills, these two summits stand on the border of the Argyll and Bute and Highland council areas in a spectacular setting.
Two fine hills at the head of Glen Falloch. Do one or both. Although they look grassy from below, both hills have some interesting rocky sections on their upper slopes.
Sgùrr Cos na Breachd-laoidh, a steep sided rough craggy hill that divides Glen Dessarry from the uppermost reaches of Glen Kingie.
Alpine in character, the peak of Ben Lui is famed for its winter climbing – 16km, 1235m ascent.
Two would-be Corbetts of exactly the same height connected by an interesting high-level ridge that
dips only 122m between them.
Beinn Sgulaird rises from the sea at the head of Loch Creran between Glen Creran and Glen Etive.
Two classic Munros located in the southern part of the Highlands.
Ben Starav rises majestically from the shores of Loch Etive and is one of the grandest and most impressive of Scottish hills.