Creag Mhor

A mountain rising to a height of 1047m (3435 feet) to the northeast of Tyndrum on the border between Perth and Kinross and Stirling, Creag Mhor lies within the Forest of Mamlorn and qualifies as a Munro. Its summit is formed at the apex of three distinct ridges, two of which enclose Coire Cheathaich at the head of Glen Lochay. Its name is Gaelic and means 'big rock'.

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