Sgurr nan Eag

Sgurr nan Eag is located on the Cuillin Ridge on the Isle of Skye, within Highland Council. Classified as a Munro, it is the highest point in the southeast of the island, rising to 926m (3039 feet) and overlooks the neighbouring Coire na Laogh. The southwestern flank, just below the summit ridge, is covered in scree and boulders. The name Sgurr nan Eag originates from Gaelic and means "peak of the notches".

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