A'Chralaig from the northwest]
|Elevation||1,120 m (3,670 ft) |
|Prominence||786 m (2,579 ft)
Ranked 38th in British Isles
|Parent peak||Carn Eige|
|Translation||the basket ' (Gaelic)|
|Pronunciation||Scottish Gaelic: [əˈxɾaːlˠ̪ɛkʲ]
English approx: uh khraa-lek
|Parent range||Northwest Highlands|
|Topo map||OS Landranger 33 / 34|
A' Chràlaig is a mountain in the Scottish Highlands, north of Loch Cluanie and south of Glen Affric. It is the highest peak along Glen Shiel and can be easily climbed from the Cluanie Inn on the A87. The eastern slopes of the mountain, are owned by the Forestry Commission and are part of the Kintail National Scenic Area.
Despite being the highest peak on the ridge, it is considered less interesting than the route over Stob Coire na Cràlaig to the nearby Mullach Fraoch-choire. These two peaks may be combined with the neighbouring peaks of Sgurr nan Conbhairean and Sail Chaorainn to make the so-called "Cluanie Horseshoe", although no path connects A' Chràlaig with the peaks to the east.
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- David Jarman (Autumn 2006). "On Diurnal Variations in the Remoteness and Tranquillity of the Highlands". Wild Land News. 67. Archived from the original on October 11, 2008.
- "Scotland's Munros: A' Chralaig". Walking Scotland.
- Anthony Dyer. "The Cluanie Horseshoe".
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