Beinn Mheadhoin a mountain in Scotland. By some counts it is the tenth highest mountain of Great Britain. It lies in the very heart of the Cairngorm mountains, and is one of the most remote hills in the region. ...more on Wikipedia about "Beinn Mheadhoin"
Ben Avon is a mountain in the Cairngorm mountains of Scotland. The highest point of the massif, known as Leabaidh an Daimh Bhuide (Bed of the Yellow Stag) is classified as both a Munro and a Marilyn. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ben Avon"
Ben Macdhui (also spelled Ben Macdui, Ben MacDui, or Beinn MacDuibh in the original Scottish Gaelic) is the second highest mountain of Great Britain. It lies in the Cairngorm mountains, on the boundary between Aberdeenshire and Moray ...more on Wikipedia about "Ben Macdhui (Scotland)"
Ben Rinnes (simply known as "The Ben" by locals) is a mountain in the region of Moray, Scotland. The mountain is popular with hikers with the sight from the summit that is described as truly amazing. At the summit you can see 8 counties ( Aberdeenshire, Banffshire, Moray, Nairnshire, Inverness-shire, Ross and Cromarty, Sutherland, and Caithness) and on a clear day even the Moray coast. Another draw for the hiker are the waterfalls from the many rivers that flow down the mountain such as Linn of Ruthie. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ben Rinnes"
Cairn Gorm (also commonly referred to as Cairngorm) is a mountain in the Scottish Highlands overlooking Strathspey and the town of Aviemore. At at elevation of 1244 metres (4081 ft) it is one of the ten highest summits in the United Kingdom. It has given its name to the whole range of summits of which it forms a part, though properly these hills are known as Am Monadh Ruadh (the Red Hills) rather than the Cairngorms. Although Cairn Gorm is the most prominent of the Cairngorm mountains in the view from Speyside it is not the highest, that honour falling to Ben Macdui. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cairn Gorm"
The Cairngorms refers to a mountainous region in the Eastern Scottish Highlands. Consisting of a large elevated plateau adorned with low, rounded glacial mountains, this area became Scotland's second national park (see Cairngorms National Park) on 1st September 2003. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cairngorms"
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