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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 or 43 metres (102 or 141 ft) west of Ardnamurchan Point (and about a kilometre to its south). 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
- List of extreme points of the United Kingdom
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