|Beinn Sgulaird (Meg's Mountain)|
Beinn Sgulaird from the road to Glen Ure House to the west
|Elevation||937 m (3,074 ft) |
|Prominence||662 m (2,172 ft)|
|Pronunciation||Scottish Gaelic: [ˈpeɲ ˈs̪kul̪ˠərˠtʲ]|
English approximation: bayn-SKOO-lərt-yə
|Location||Argyll and Bute, Scotland|
|Topo map||OS Landranger 50, OS Explorer 377|
Beinn Sgulaird is a Scottish mountain located between Glen Creran and Glen Etive in the southern highlands. It has a height of 937 m (3074 ft) and is classed as a Munro. The mountain takes the form of a long ridge which runs from southwest to northeast, three kilometres of which lie above 800 m. Hillwalkers commonly traverse the ridge from north to south, as this gives the best views of the Hebrides to the west, in particular the Isle of Mull. While most walkers start from Glen Creran to the west, an ascent from Glen Etive is also possible.
- "walkhighlands Beinn Sgulaird". walkhighlands.co.uk. 2013. Retrieved 2 November 2013.
- The Munros (SMC Guide), Donald Bennett et al., ISBN 0-907521-13-4
- The Munros: Scotland's Highest Mountains, Cameron McNeish, ISBN 0-947782-50-8
- Hats off to the deceptive Beinn Sgulaird, Robin Howie, The Scotsman, 22 October 2005
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