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Glas Bheinn Mhor

Glas Beinn Mhor at the head of Loch Ainort, Isle of Skye
©2019 Gazetteer for Scotland

Glas Beinn Mhor at the head of Loch Ainort, Isle of Skye

The name Glas Bheinn Mhor originates from Gaelic and is thought to mean "big grey-green hill". Located southeast of the head of Loch Etive in Argyll & Bute, this mountain rises to a height of 997m (3271 feet). It has a symmetrical profile with a particularly steep north face. Robbers Waterfall is located east northeast of the summit.


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