Carn Liath

Rising to a height of 1005m (3297 feet) to the northwest of Loch Laggan in the Badenoch and Strathspey district of Highland, Carn Liath forms a flat, stony plateau on Scottish Government property, managed by NatureScot. Qualifying as a Munro, its summit is marked by a cairn and name is derived from Gaelic for 'grey hill'.

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