Meall Garbh

Meall Garbh is one of four peaks in a range which forms a horseshoe shaped continuous ridge of 5½ miles (9 km) from east to west on the north side of Glen Lyon in Perth and Kinross. It qualifies as a Munro. The summit is relatively flat and featureless except for two cairns that mark the two tops which reach 968m / 3176 feet and 963m / 3159 feet respectively. The ridge is very wide, and the corries are smooth with few crags. The peak should be avoided during the stalking season since the corries are commonly used for stag shooting. There is another Meall Garbh, which is a loftier Munro, 5 miles (8 km) to the south.

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