A Munro is a Scottish mountain with a height over 3000 feet (914.4 meters). They are named after Sir Hugh Munro (1856-1919), who produced the first attempt at an exhaustive catalogue of such hills, known as Munro's Tables, in 1891.
|Stob Coire Sgriodian (Peak of the Corrie of Scree)||3211 ft|
|Chno Dearg (Red Nut)||3433 ft|
|Chno Dearg (with top Meall Garbh) (Delightful Hill)||3206 ft|
|Carn Dearg (Red Hill)||3080 ft|
|Sgor Ghaibre (Peak of the Goat)||3124 ft|
|Sgor Ghaibre (with top) (Peak of the moss)||3040 ft|
|Beinn Eibhinn (Mottled Hill)||3066 ft|
Distinct Corbetts must have a 500ft drop between them. A Graham is a separate mountain over 2,000ft. The Corbetts are named after John Rooke Corbett who in 1930 became the first person to climb all the 2000-feet-high peaks in Scotland. The Grahams are named after Fiona Torbet (nee Graham) who published her own list of these peaks in the early 1990s.
|Leum Uilleim||2982 ft|
|Creag An Amair||2099 ft|
|Creagan Nan Nead||2132 ft|
|Meall Chaorach||2673 ft|
|Meall Dhearcaig||2411 ft|
|Sron Nan Gall||1348 ft|
|Meall Na Lice||1916 ft|
A word of caution - If you are unfamiliar with mountain climbing in Scotland, our experienced staff will advise you on the correct equipment and clothing before attempting a Munro or Corbett.