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enmore, a mountain in Killin parish, Perthshire, flanking the SE side of Loch Tubhair, at the pass between Strathfillan and Glendochart, 8½ miles NE of the head of Loch Lomond, and 10¼ SW of Killin village.It forms the NE extremity of an alpine range extending to Ben Lomond; rises, in majestic conical form, to an altitude of 3843 feet above sea-level; and constitutes a conspicuous feature in a large extent of loftily mountainous country. It was once part of a deer forest, but is now occupied as a sheep-walk.
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