Sgurr Choinnich

Located between the head of Loch Monar and Glen Carron, in the Lochaber district of Highland Council Area, Sgurr Choinnich rises to a height of 999m (3278 feet) and is classified as a Munro. It has a rocky and steep appearance, especially its northern face which overlooks Coire Choinnich, and is in direct comparison to its neighbour Sgurr a' Chaorachain, which is much more rounded. The name Sgurr Choinnich originates from Gaelic and means "moss peak".

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