Sgurr a' Mhaim

One of four peaks known as the 'Ring of Steall' which form a horseshoe around Coire a' Mhail at Lochaber, Highland region, Sgurr a' Mhaim rises to 1099m (3606 feet) at the western end of the Mamore range to the south of Glen Nevis. It is classified as a Munro. Its triangular summit is capped with quartzite and to the north and northeast are two sculptured corries. To the south there is a sharp arete known as Devil's ridge. The name Sgurr a' Mhaim is derived from the Gaelic for "peak of the large rounded hill".

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