Mam Sodhail

(Mam Soul)

Located northeast of Loch Affric, on the border between the districts of Inverness and Skye and Lochalsh in Highland Council, Mam Sodhail rises to a height of 1181m (3869 feet), making it (with Carn Eighe) one of the highest mountains north of the Great Glen. It is classified as a Munro. Although the ridges are steep, this peak is not particularly rocky. Its name originates from Gaelic and means "hill of the barns".

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