Ben Challum

(Beinn Challum, Beinn Challuim)

A mountain in NW Stirling, Ben Challum (Gael: Beinn Challum or Challuim), rises to a height of 1025m (3363 feet) at Stob Glas. Located 4 miles (6.5 km) east of Tyndrum, it is the most prominent peak at the head of Glen Lochay and qualifies as a Munro. A large cairn overlooking the steep and rocky north face is the true summit and is located behind the southern top. Its name is derived from the Gaelic for "Malcolm's Hill".

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