Ben Lui

(Beinn Laoigh)

A Munro located on the border of Stirling and Highland Council Areas, Ben Lui (Gael: Beinn Laoigh) rises to 1130m (3707 feet) to the south of the River Lochy, 6 miles (10 km) southeast of Dalmally. In profile, it is of classic mountain form with five ridges which radiate outward to define four corries. The northeast corrie, Coire Gaothaich, is noteworthy since it holds snow from mid winter to early summer. The name Ben Lui is derived from the Gaelic for 'hill of the calf' and the mountain lies at the centre of the Ben Lui National Nature Reserve.

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