Sgurr an Lochain

Sgurr an Lochain, lies on the border of the Lochaber and Skye & Lochalsh districts of Highland Council, located on the western section of the South Glen Shiel Ridge. It rises to a height of 1004m (3294 feet) and qualifies as a Munro. Its name originates from Gaelic and means "peak of the little loch".

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