Mam na Gualainn on Loch Leven

Corbetts by region

Scottish mountains between 2,500 and 3,000 feet high

The mountains in Scotland between 2,500 and 3,000 feet high grouped by region from north to south.

 Loch Shin to the Pentland Firth

Cape Wrath to Loch Eriboll

Loch Eriboll to Loch Naver

Srath Dionard to Strath Stack

Srath Luib na Seilich to Loch Merkland

 Coigach and Assynt


East Assynt and Glen Coul

West Assynt and Glencanisp

Coigach and Inverpolly

 Loch Broom to Easter Ross

Inverlael, Freevater and Strathvaich

Easter Ross

 The Fannichs to Loch Maree

 Applecross, Coulin and Torridon

 Outer Hebrides

 Glen Carron to Glen Strathfarrar

 Glen Strathfarrar to Glen Affric

North of Glen Cannich

Killilan and Iron Lodge

North of Glen Affric

Strath Croe

 Glen Affric to Glen Shiel

Aonach Shasuinn
South of Glen Affric

Kintail's Brothers

 Glen Shiel to Loch Hourn

 Inner Hebrides

Strathaird and Red Cuillin, Skye

Isle of Rum

 Knoydart and the Rough Bounds

 Glen Finnan to Loch Lochy

 Morven, Sunart, Ardgour, Moidart and Mull

 Cairngorms and North East Grampians

Buchan and Moray

The Ladder Hills

River Don to River Gairn

East of Lairig an Laoigh

Lairig Ghru to Lairig an Laoigh

 Gaick and Atholl

Glen Tromie to Glen Feshie

East of Drumochter and Gaick Forest

Glen Bruar to Glen Tilt

Glen Tilt to Glen Brerachan

 Glen Shee to Cairn o'Mount

Glen Clunie

Glen Shee

Glen Callater to Glenmuick

Angus Glens

 Monadh Liath to Glen Roy

 Glen Garry to Loch Rannoch

 Loch Ericht to Loch Linnhe

Around Loch Ossian

Easains and Innses

Loch Leven and Mamores

 Northwest Argyll and Appin

North of Glencoe

Appin and Beinn a' Bheithir

Glen Creran to Glen Etive

South of Glencoe

Above the Black Mount

East of Loch Etive

Glen Orchy

Ben Cruachan and Kinglass

 Rannoch Moor to Loch Tay

 Loch Tay to South Argyll

 The Borders, Galloway and Arran

Tweedsmuir and Manor Hills

Forest of Carsphairn

Glen Trool and Glenkens

Isle of Arran


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