Sgor Gaoith

The highest of the peaks along the ridge east of Glen Feshie, Sgor Gaoith rises to a height of 1118m (3668 feet) and is situated in the northern Cairngorms, west of Loch Einich in the Highlands. It is classified as a Munro. Below the summit two features dominate the skyline, a sharp pinnacle called A' Chailleach (old woman) and the nearby pillar Am Bodach (old man).

Originates from the Gaelic, Sgor Gaoith means "windy peak".

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