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46 Munros to bag

Walking on the ridge at Kintail
Calling all Munro-baggers! Discover and conquer the Trust’s 46 Munros at 6 of our countryside places. Enjoy breathtaking scenery and unforgettable experiences. Munros are the tallest mountains in Scotland, all with a height of over 914m (3,000ft).

1. Ben Lomond

Ben Lomond seen from the rocky eastern shore of Loch Lomond on a sunny day

Whatever the season, Ben Lomond has a dignity and a magic that for centuries has drawn hikers and climbers from all over the world. Rising from the east shore of Loch Lomond to a height of 974m (3,193ft), Ben Lomond is Scotland’s most southerly Munro. It offers exhilarating walking and spectacular views across Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park.

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MunroHeight (m)
1. Ben Lomond974

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2. Torridon

Snow-covered, high mountains are reflected in a still loch on a glorious winter's day. The sun shines through silhouetted trees in the midground, and a large rock pokes out of the water in the foreground.

With some of the most awe-inspiring mountain scenery in Scotland, Torridon is a magnet for walkers. The Two Corries walk takes you into a spectacular mountain pass between Liathach, Beinn Alligin, Beinn Dearg and Beinn Eighe. Here, you’ll find 5 Munros to tackle.

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MunroHeight (m)
1. Spidean a’Choire Léith (Liathach)1,054
2. Mullach an Rathain (Liathach)1,023
3. Sgurr Mhor (Beinn Alligin)985
4. Spidean Coire nan Clach (Beinn Eighe)972
5. Tom na Gruagaich (Beinn Alligin)922

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3. Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve​

A mountainous landscape with a snow-capped mountain in the distance under a blue sky.

High above Loch Tay is one of Scotland’s highest mountains, Ben Lawers. It also gives its name to the surrounding National Nature Reserve, which includes 7 Munros in the Ben Lawers and Tarmachan ranges. Walk to the summits and you’ll be rewarded with panoramic views of the rugged landscape from Glencoe in the west to the Cairngorms in the east.

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MunroHeight (m)
1. Ben Lawers1,214
2. An Stuc1,118
3. Meall Garbh1,118
4. Beinn Ghlas1,103
5. Meall Corranaich1,069
6. Meall nan Tarmachan1,043
7. Meall Greigh1,001

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4. Glencoe National Nature Reserve​

Three mountain peaks against blue sky, with fluffy clouds.

Glencoe has long been one of the most famous places in Scotland, known equally for its awe-inspiring views and sorrowful past. It’s the home of Scottish mountaineering, and climbers will find plenty of challenges in the crests and ridges of Aonach Eagach, the Three Sisters or any of the 8 Munros on the estate.

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MunroHeight (m)
1. Bidean nam Bian1,150
2. Stob Coire Sgreamhach (Bidean nam Bian)1,070
3. Stob Dearg (Buachaille Etive Mór)1,022
4. Sgorr nam Fiannaidh (Aonach Eagach)967
5. Stob Dubh (Buachaille Etive Beag)958
6. Stob na Broige (Buachaille Etive Mór)955
7. Meall Dearg (Aonach Eagach)951
8. Stob Coire Raineach (Buachaille Etive Beag)924

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5. Kintail & Morvich

An aerial view of mountain peaks, showing ridges and steep grassy sides.

For those that enjoy hill walking, beautiful landscapes and getting away from it all, Kintail is paradise. The Five Sisters of Kintail is one of the finest hill walks in the Highlands, but it’s a very challenging day out. The area boasts 10 Munros, suitable only for fit, experienced and suitably equipped walkers.

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MunroHeight (m)
1. Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan1,151
2. Sgurr Fhuaran1,067
3. Sgurr a’Bhealaich Dheirg1,036
4. Beinn Fhada (Ben Attow)1,032
5. Sgurr na Ciste Duibhe1,027
6. Aonach Meadhoin1,002
7. Sgurr na Carnach1,001
8. Ciste Dhubh979
9. Saileag956
10. An Socach921

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6. Mar Lodge Estate National Nature Reserve

A view of a wide mountain plateau, with tall mountains in the background, on a bright sunny day. Faint wispy clouds hover above the mountain tops. A large round boulder stands in the foreground, before a river runs through the moorland.

Mar Lodge Estate is a wildlife wonderland in the heart of the Cairngorms, and is Britain’s largest nature reserve. The estate is made up of more than 29,000 hectares of astonishing Scottish landscape, and is home to an incredible 15 Munros for you to tick off your list.

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MunroHeight (m)
1. Ben Macdui1,309
2. Braeriach1,296
3. Cairn Toul1,291
4. Sgor an Lochain Uaine1,258
5. Beinn a’Bhuird1,197
6. Beinn Bhrotain1,157
7. Derry Cairngorm1,155
8. Monadh Mor1,113
9. Beinn a’Chaorainn1,082
10. Carn a’Mhaim1,037
11. An Sgarsoch1,006
12. The Devil’s Point1,004
13. Carn an Fhidhleir994
14. Carn Bhac946
15. Beinn Bhreac931

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