Beinn Mhor

(Beinn Mhòr)

The loftiest summit on the Oa in the extreme south of Islay in the Inner Hebrides, Beinn Mhor rises to 202m (662 feet) on the south coast of the peninsula, a mile (1.8 km) south southwest of Loch Kinnabus. Classified as a Marilyn, its summit is marked by an Ordnance Survey triangulation pillar, falls steeply into the sea as cliffs, but offers remarkable views south to the Antrim coast of Northern Ireland.

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