Meall Ghaordie

(Meall Ghaordaidh)

Located south southeast of the Stronuich Reservoir between Glen Lochay and Glen Lyon, this peak can be found on the border between Perth & Kinross and Stirling. An Ordnance Survey triangulation pillar can be found inside a circular cairn on the peak's summit at a height of 1040m (3411 feet). Qualifying as a Munro, the summit cairn can be reached via grassy slopes which stretch all the way from the glen to the south. Its name has been anglicised from the Gaelic Meall Ghaordaidh and means "rounded hill of the shoulder, arm or hand".

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