Ben Creggan

Impressive hill towering over Doo Lough. Easily tied in with a visit to Ben Gorm.
Height(m) : 693
Height(ft) : 2274
Our Rating : Rating is 3 out of 5
Location : Twelve Bens, Galway
Grid Reference : L857666
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Barrslievenaroy

Also known as Binn idir an da Log, A fantastic wilderness of twisty ridges and mist. Unmissable.

Height(m) : 702

Height(ft) : 2303

Rating is 5 out of 5

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Location : Maumturks, Galway

Grid Reference : L888528

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Barrclashcame

A massive hill with a rounded stony summit follows a good walk rising from sea level.
Height(m) : 772
Height(ft) : 2533
Our Rating : Rating is 3 out of 5
Location : Sheefry Mountains, Galway
Grid Reference : L849695
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Ben Lugmore

Impressive rock architecture and a fine, compact and rocky summit.
Height(m) : 803
Height(ft) : 2634
Our Rating : Not Rated
Location : Mweelrea Mountains, Galway
Grid Reference : L811673
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Ben Bury

Some interesting scrambling up near the summit; easily linked with the taller Mweelrea.
Height(m) : 795
Height(ft) : 2608
Our Rating : Rating is 3 out of 5
Location : Mweelrea Mountains, Galway
Grid Reference : L802682
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Beenoskee

Outstanding views over the Atlantic and the occasional drop to get the heart racing. Close to Stradbally and Coombaun.
Height(m) : 826
Height(ft) : 2710
Our Rating : Rating is 4 out of 5
Location : Dingle Peninsula, Kerry
Grid Reference : Q580088
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Ben Gorm

A classic mountain with a classic east ridge – often quiet, with great views down Killary fjord.
Height(m) : 700
Height(ft) : 2297
Our Rating : Rating is 5 out of 5
Location : Twelve Bens, Galway
Grid Reference : L862652
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Beenkeragh

Linked to the highest point by a stunning ridge. Its own North East ridge is a challenge too
Height(m) : 1010
Height(ft) : 3314
Our Rating : Rating is 5 out of 5
Location : Iveragh Peninsula, Kerry
Grid Reference : V801852
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Beinn an Oir

The highest of the ‘Paps’ – arrestingly conical, scree-covered peaks which, apart from the distillery, are the defining feature of the Isle of Jura. This mountains on this island are, in true Highland style, quite unique to it, and are very dramatic when viewed from Argyll.
Best route: An expedition over the three peaks is a classic island expedition, approached from the south-east from the head of the Corran river.

 

 


Height(m) : 785
Height(ft) : 2575
Our Rating : Not Rated
Location : Jura and Scarba
Grid Reference : NR498749
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Ben More

One of many reasons to visit the Isle of Mull, this Munro is often the one people leave until last – not because it’s difficult to get to, nor because it’s the one nobody wants to do – but simply because it’s a fine, fine way to end a challenge in style. The highest point is the east top of a near-symmetrical massif.

Best route: via the mountain’s choppy and cragged north-west ridge.


Height(m) : 966
Height(ft) : 3169
Our Rating : Rating is 4 out of 5
Location : Mull
Grid Reference : NM525330
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Beinn Tarsuinn

If you head for Arran, have already climbed Goatfell or would like to have the pants scared off you, the traverse of Beinn Tarsuinn, Cir Mhor and Caisteal Abhail is where you need to head. This is one of Scotland’s most difficult mountain traverses, the A’Chir ridge in particular being an exciting and technical rock-climbing epic. 

Best route: can be linked to Goatfell in the Glen Rosa Horseshoe, but a linear traverse over all three peaks then descending into Glen Sannox is a fine mountaineering expedition.

 


Height(m) : 826
Height(ft) : 2710
Our Rating : Not Rated
Location : Arran
Grid Reference : NR960412
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Ben Lui (Beinn Laoigh)

Alpine in looks and character, Ben Lui stands proud above its neighbours with a knockout visage: an impressive pyramidal profile, dented by a massive central gully which enhances its robust profile. Accessible by rail, road and from the southern town of Tyndrum, Ben Lui is one of southern Scotland’s truly great mountains. 

 

 


Height(m) : 1130
Height(ft) : 3707
Our Rating : Rating is 5 out of 5
Location : Southern Highlands
Grid Reference : NN266263
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