Beinn a' Chroin

Located south of Crianlarich in Stirling, Beinn a' Chroin rises to a height of 940m (3089 feet). Its summit is located at the eastern end of a half-mile (1 km) long ridge and its name is derived from the Gaelic for "hill of danger". The Scottish Mountaineering Club reclassified Beinn a' Chroin as a Munro (as against a Munro Top) in 1997.

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