Achinavish Hill

Achinavish Hill is a modest elongated summit in E Caithness, rising to 260m (853 feet) and overlooking the upper reaches of the Berriedale Water, to the southwest. The village of Dunbeath lies 4 miles (6.5 km) to the east. Disused roadside quarries scar the southern flank of the hill and on its western side are a line of grouse butts.

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