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Aonach Mor

1221m

Aonach Mor lies a few miles to the East of Fort William and sits at the Northern end of a North-South ridge. The Northern slopes make up the Nevis Range Ski Centre, so it would be advisable to avoid that area during winter. In the summer months...Read more

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A Munro is a mountain in Scotland at a height over 3000ft, they are named after the first person that catalogued them all, Sir Hugh Munro. In his original tables there were 283 mountains that qualified, over the years improvements in mapping and topography technology means that the total still stands at 283, but peaks have been added as well as removed over the years.
The latest revision of the Munro tables occured in 2009, where Sgurr nan Ceannaichean was found to be slightly too low to qualify as a Munro. The full Munro list now stands at 283 Munros.
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