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Ben Vrackie from Càrn nan Gabhar
|Elevation||841 m (2,759 ft)|
|Prominence||c. 406 m (1,332 ft)|
|Translation||Speckled mountain (Scottish Gaelic)|
Ben Vrackie (Scottish Gaelic: Beinn a' Bhreacaidh; sometimes anglicised as Ben Y Vrackie) is a mountain in Perthshire, Scotland. It lies north of the town of Pitlochry and reaches 841 m (2759 feet) high at its summit. The summit may be reached easily by a direct path from Pitlochry or Killiecrankie, and commands views of Pitlochry and the surrounding glens.
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