Luinne Bheinn

Located north of Loch Nevis in the heart of Knoydart, Lochaber district, Highland Council area, Luinne Bheinn rises to a height of 939m (3081 feet) and consists of a narrow ridge running west from Mam Unndalain, with north and southern sides which are particularly steep. It qualifies as a Munro. The true summit is the western top, marked by a small cairn. The name "Luinne Bheinn" originates from Gaelic and means "hill of anger".

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