Sgurr Fiona

Sgurr Fiona is one of the peaks of An Teallach and is located southwest of Dundonnell, in the district of Ross and Cromarty in Highland Council Area. It is the second highest of these peaks, rising to a height of 1059m (3473 feet), yet is still classified as a Munro in its own right. Sgurr Fiona forms a bend in the ridge, which becomes a pinnacled arĂȘte. The name Sgurr Fiona originates from Gaelic and means "peak of wine".

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