Meall Glas

Meall Glas, which rises to a height of 959m (3146 feet), is located northeast of Crianlarich in Stirling. It does not have any particular mountainous characteristics, but rather is one of two high points on the moorland, yet it qualifies as a Munro. It is flat topped, but craggy areas can be found on its southern slopes. Its name originates from Gaelic and means "green grey hill". Meall Glas Beag lies a quarter-mile (0.5 km) to the southeast.

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