Beinn Eunaich

A mountain in Argyll and Bute, Beinn Eunaich rises to a height of 989m (3245 feet) on the 7½ mile (12 km) ridge connecting Loch Etive to Glen Strae. This qualifies as a Munro and its summit is marked by a cairn. A band of porphyry on the northeast shoulder of this peak interrupts the granite of which the main mass of the mountain is composed. Its name is thought to be derived from the Gaelic for a "fowling hill".

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