Sgùrr Dhòmhnuill

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Sgurr Dhòmhnuill
Sgurr dhomhnuill.jpg
Looking up Strontian Glen towards Sgurr Dhòmhnuill
Highest point
Elevation888 m (2,913 ft)
Prominencec. 873 m 
Ranked 17th in British Isles
Parent peakCarn Eige
ListingCorbett, Marilyn
Naming
TranslationDonald's rocky peak (Gaelic)
PronunciationScottish Gaelic: [ˈs̪kuːɾ ˈɣɔ͂ː.ɪʎ]
Geography
LocationArdgour, Scotland
OS gridNM889678
Topo mapOS Landranger 40

Sgurr Dhòmhnuill or Sgurr Dhòmhnaill is a mountain in western Scotland. The summit lies about 10 km (6.2 mi) north-east of Strontian. Although less than Munro-height, it is one of Britain's biggest mountains in terms of relative height, since it is the highest peak on the Ardgour peninsula.

Coordinates: 56°45′14″N 5°27′17″W / 56.75386°N 5.45461°W / 56.75386; -5.45461