When researching Munro mountains lots of different place names, Glens, regions, lochs and isles are discussed, but where are they? How do you find the page for the mountain / region that you are interested in? If you know a Munro's name, use the Names link in the navigation menu - as you can if you know the mountain's rank by height, click on the Numbers link. But what if you don't know any information yet? Well, here is one starting point - a map of Scotland with the most discussed areas labelled; Munros are generally grouped around a mountain range, island, or loch catchment, the links below will take you to a page that lists the Munros in that area - to keep this concise a few little liberties have been taken to include some mountains into the nearest group.
Assynt | Fannaichs | Dundonnell | Torridon | Skye | Glen Affric | Glen Shiel | Knoydart | Loch Quoich | Loch Lochy
Northern Cairngorms | Southern Cairngorms | Lochnagar | Cairnwell Hills | Tarf and Tilt Hills
Monadh Liath | Drumochter Hills | Glen Nevis | Mamores | Glen Lyon | Rannoch | Glen Coe | Glen Etive
Mull | Arrochar Alps | Loch Lomond and the Trossachs | The Lawers