Maol Chinn-dearg

One of seven Munros on the South Glen Shiel Ridge, Maol Chinn-dearg, lies on the border of Lochaber and Skye & Lochalsh districts of Highland Council. Located in the eastern half of the ridge, the mountain rises to a height of 980m (3216 feet) and its principal summit is marked by a cairn. Additional summits are strung out along the ridge to the east. Its name originates from Gaelic and means "bald red hill".

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