Ruadh-stac Mor

Located southwest of Kinlochewe, in Wester Ross (Highland Council Area), at 1010m (3314 feet) Ruadh Stac Mor is the tallest of the nine summits of Beinn Eighe. This oval peak forms a spur to the north of the main ridge of that mountain and qualifies as a Munro in its own right. The route to the summit, can be awkward due to loose scree and fallen boulders. Its name originates from Gaelic and means "big red peak". There is another Ruadh Stac Mor 10 miles (16 km) to the north northeast.

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