Maol Chean-dearg

Located south of Torridon in the Coulin Forest, in the Ross and Cromarty district of Highland Council, Maol Chean-dearg rises to a height of 933m (3061 feet), qualifying as a Munro. The approach ridge is covered in scree, but the climb is worthwhile with panoramic views and a large cairn at the summit. Its name originates from Gaelic and means "bald red head".

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