Meall Corranaich

Located at the west end of the Ben Lawers range in Perth and Kinross, and overlooking Lochan na Lairige, this Munro peak has a small summit cairn at 1069m (3507 feet). With a ridge that runs south to north and onto Meall a' Choire Leith, some excellent early skiing can be enjoyed here. Its name originates from Gaelic and means "notched hill" or "hill of lamenting".

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