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Corrachadh Mòr ETRS89 (grid reference ) is a small hillock on the Ardnamurchan peninsula in Lochaber, Highland, Scotland, notable for adjoining the most westerly point on the island of Great Britain. It is about half a degree further west than Land's End in Cornwall.;
Depending on which coordinates are used, this headland is 31 metres or 43 metres west of Ardnamurchan Point (about a kilometre to the north). The latter is commonly, but incorrectly, described as the most westerly point on the peninsula.
Corrachadh Mòr means 'great, tapering field' in Scottish Gaelic.
- Mull of Galloway - Scotland's most southerly point
- Dunnet Head - Scotland's most northerly point on the mainland
- Keith Inch - Scotland's most easterly point on the mainland
- Extreme points of the United Kingdom
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