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Sgiath Chuil


(Sgaith Chuil)

Sgiath Chuil rises to a height of 921m (3022 feet) and is located west of Killin in Stirling. It does not have any particular mountainous characteristics, but rather is one of two high points on the moorland. The summit, on top of a small crag, is rocky, and is said to resemble the prow of a ship. Its name originates from Gaelic and means "back wing".


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