Ben Oss

Rising to a height of 1029m (3376 feet) southwest of Tyndrum in NW Stirling Council Area, Ben Oss forms one of the Tyndrum Hills and is also an eastward extension of Ben Lui. However, it is classified as a Munro in its own right. Its summit takes the shape of a whaleback ridge running from southwest to northeast and its name is derived from the Gaelic for "loch outlet hill".

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