Beinn Alligin

Beinn Alligin (Gaelic: Beinn Àilleagan) one of the classic mountains of the Torridon region of Scotland, lying to the north of Loch Torridon, in the Highlands. The name Beinn Alligin is from the Scottish Gaelic, meaning Jewelled Hill. The mountain has two peaks of Munro status: Tom na Gruagaich (922 m) to the south, and Sgùrr Mhòr at 3,235 feet (986 m) to the north.

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Beinn Alligin - Ascent
... The main ridge of Beinn Alligin is then followed round to the north, leading the hillwalker towards Sgùrr Mhòr ... peak is a deep gash in the hillside known as Eag Dubh, the black notch, one of Beinn Alligin's most recognisable features ... a series of pinnacles known as the "Horns of Alligin" must be negotiated ...