Carn Dearg

A mountain in the SW Grampians, Carn Dearg rises to a height of 941m (3087 feet) to the west of Loch Ericht and to the east of Loch Ossian on the border between Highland and Perth & Kinross Council Areas. With Sgor Gaibhre it forms a rounded massif with a number of open corries known to be home to some of the largest herds of red deer in Scotland. Classified as a Munro, the name Carn Dearg is derived from the Gaelic for "red hill". The ruins of Corrour Old Lodge lie on its southwestern slopes.

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