Stuc a' Chroin

Located southwest of Ben Vorlich on the border between Perth & Kinross and Stirling, Stuc a' Chroin rises to a height of 975m (3199 feet), qualifying as a Munro. It has a particularly steep northeastern face and a flatter summit on the eastern side. Its name is Gaelic and means "peak of danger".

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