This hill's original name is Sgòr an Lochain Uaine - 'pinnacle of the green lochan'; the small lake lies in the corrie beneath this high and short promontory; it is usually bubbling like a cauldron when the wind picks up - it is hidden from view until you are high on Braeriach or Ben MacDui. The hill is the sharpest point on this huge plateau, which is almost all above 4,000 feet; the huge gouge of An Garbh-Choire to the right.
Mountain name, how to say it, what it means | its height | Mountain region; closest town(s) [may be some distance away tho!] | the view-points
Derry Lodge | Devil's Point | Corrour Bothy | Sgòr an Lochain Uaine | Lochan Uaine | Lairig Ghru | An Garbh Choire | Linn of Dee | An Garbh Choire | Linn of Dee
Corrour | Bob Scott's | howff only: Garbh Choire
m004 Càirn Toul | m130 Devil's Point
These links lead to the variety of walks, weather and maps to aid in planning your adventure to portray this hill.
McNeish "The Munros" 1999 p.125 | SMC Hillwalkers 2013 p.140 | Walkhighlands "The Munros" 2019 p.262 | Bothy Bible 2017 p.175 + 169 + 201