A mountain massif in Wester Ross, Highland Council Area, Baosbheinn lies in the heart of the Shieldaig Forest, to the north of Loch a' Bhealaich and 4 miles (6.5 km) southwest of Loch Maree. Its name means "hill of the forehead" or "wizard's hill" in Gaelic. Classified as a Corbett, it rises to a height of 875m (2870 feet) at Sgorr Dubh, with unnamed subsidiary summits strung along a ridge which reach 774m / 2539 feet, 801m / 2627 feet and c.800m / 2624 feet, together with Creag an Fhithich at 738m / 2421 feet.

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