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Scotland South and Central
An Caisteal
An Caisteal is a mainly grassy hill with some rocky outcrops on its higher slopes. An Caisteal is usually ascended from Glen Falloch, although it is also possible to start from Derrydaroch farm 2.5 kilometres to the south west. A path is picked up at the summit of Sròn Gharbh which leads across Twistin Hill and past "The Castle" rocks to reach the summit.

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Ben Dorain
Beinn Dorain is another one of the most recognisable and photographed Munros in the southern and central highlands. From the A82 road running north to Bridge of Orchy the long elegant slopes of Beinn Dorain can be seen starting right at the roadside and sweeping all the way to the summit to make what looks like an almost perfect conical shaped hill.

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Ben Ime
The highest of the Arrochar Alps, The conical peak of Beinn Ime towers over the head of Glen Kinglas.

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Stuchd an Lochain
Stuchd an Lochain lies to the S of Loch an Daimh at the head of Glen Lyon. It is a mountain of crags and corries formed by the many ridges that radiate from the summit.

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Ben Oss
The views from the summit of Ben Oss are spectacular especially of Ben Lui. From this view point you can really appreciate the complex structure of all the summit ridges and crags.

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Meall nan Tarmachan
Meall nan Tarmachan is normally approached from the east via the road heading north from the Ben Lawers visitors centre. From the Ben Lawers visitors centre the summit is only a short walk, with no real difficulties. Traversing the entire Tarmachan ridge does however involve some scrambling.

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