A' Chralaig

(A' Chraileag, Garbh Leac)

Located north of Loch Cluanie, in SW Highland Council area, A' Chralaig (also known as A' Chraileag or Garbh Leac) rises to a height of 1120m (3674 feet) and is classified as a Munro. The summit ridge of this massive mountain is particularly stony with a large cairn at the summit point. Its name originates from Gaelic and means "basket" or "creel".

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