Sgurr Thuilm

Druim Coire a' Bheithe leads to the flat summit of Sgurr Thuilm, whose summit cairn is found at the northern end of the plateau at a height of 963m (3159 feet). The mountain qualifies as a Munro and is located in the Lochaber district of Highland Council area. Its name is Gaelic and means "peak of the rounded hillock". It is reported that Prince Charles Edward Stuart (1720-88) spent a night on the peak following his defeat at Culloden.

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