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Beinn a' Chleibh

Located southwest of Ben Lui, on the border between Stirling and Argyll and Bute Council Areas, Beinn a' Chleibh (once Ben a Clee) rises to a height of 916m (3005 feet) and is dwarfed by its neighbours. Situated on land owned by the Forestry Commission, its northeast face is steep and rocky in comparison to the southern face which is featureless. Its name is derived from the Gaelic for "hill of the crest".


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