Dunach Liath

(Dùnach Liath)

A summit on the northeastern end of a ridge in Easter Ross, Dunach Liath rises to 551m (1807 feet) within the Glencalvie Forest, 2 miles (3 km) east northeast of the more prominent Dunan Liath. A cairn marks the summit, while its eastern slopes descend to the Water of Glencalvie and the Abhainn Coire a' Mhalagain flows through the valley to the south.

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