The Black Mount (Gaelic Am Monadh Dubh)

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The Black Mount (Gaelic Am Monadh Dubh) - Highland
The Black Mount (Gaelic Am Monadh Dubh) is a range of mountains stretching from Glen Orchy to Glen Coe, beside Rannoch Moor. An upland area and a deer forest at the western end of Rannoch Moor bordering the Highland Council Area and Argyll and Bute councils. Black Mount extends over an area of boggy moorland 4 miles (6.5 km) north of Bridge of Orchy.
From left to right peaks are Stob a Choire Odhair (945m), Aonach Eagach (991m), Stob Ghabhar (1090m). The Aonach Mor ridge is on the right. In the foreground is Lochan nah Achlaise.

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