Mullach nan Coirean

Located at the west end of the Mamore ridge, south of Fort William in Highland region, Mullach nan Coriean rises to a height of 939m (3082 feet) and qualifies as a Munro. The name Mullach nan Coirean is derived from the Gaelic for "summit of the corries". This is clearly apt, since the summit is on a plateau, below which to the east are a number of deep corries, mostly cut into red granite.

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