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Shank of Driesh, the south ridge of Driesh, August 2006
|Elevation||947 m (3,107 ft) |
|Prominence||138 m (453 ft) |
|Translation||a thorn bush or bramble (Gaelic)|
|Topo map||OS Landranger 44, Explorer 388|
Located a few miles north of the village of Kirriemuir in Angus, the closeness of Driesh to the city of Dundee makes it a popular Munro with locals; in many ways making it the Dundonian equivalent to Ben Lomond near Glasgow.
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