Bidean a' Choire Sheasgaich

(Bidein a' Choire Sheasgaich)

A mountain to the east of Strathcarron, in the West Monar Forest, on the border of the Ross & Cromarty and Skye & Lochalsh districts of Highland Council Area, Bidean a' Choire Sheasgaich is one of the most isolated mountains in the country. Classified as a Munro and rising to a height of 945m (3100 feet), it forms a steep and rocky peak, especially to the north and east. Its name is derived from the Gaelic for "peak of the corrie of the barren cattle".

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