WHERE ARE THESE MOUNTAINS?


So, there are lots of Munros, how do you "find" them?

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.



NORTHERN

Assynt  |  Fannaichs  |  Dundonnell  |  Torridon  |  Skye  |  Glen Affric  |  Glen Shiel  |  Knoydart  |  Loch Quoich  |  Loch Lochy

Example Mountain © Cooked Light click the image to go to the Cooked Light website

EASTERN

Northern Cairngorms  |  Southern Cairngorms  |  Lochnagar  |  Cairnwell Hills  |  Tarf and Tilt Hills

Example Mountain © Cooked Light click the image to go to the Cooked Light website

WESTERN

Monadh Liath  |  Drumochter Hills  |  Glen Nevis  |  Mamores  |  Glen Lyon  |  Rannoch  |  Glen Coe  |  Glen Etive

Corpach Lighthouse © David Speight click the image to go to the David Speight website

SOUTHERN

Mull  |  Arrochar Alps  |  Loch Lomond and the Trossachs  |  The Lawers

View from The Cobbler © Cooked Light click the image to go to the Cooked Light website