Welcome to Scotland's mountains. This is the section of the site where you'll find not only many Munros, but also other peaks which we feel, while not being as high as their well known cousins or not appearing on any tick list, are well worth climbing. This page will be regularly updated.

Our Munros

A'Chailleach, Monadhliath Ben Cruachan Geal-charn, Drumochter
A'Mharconaich Beinn Alligin Geal Charn, Laggan
Aonach Eagach Cona' Mheall Glas Bheinn Mhor
An Stuc Cairn Bannoch Glas Maol
Ben Starav Cairn of Claise Glas Tulaichean
Beinn a Chlachair Cairn Toul Lochnagar
Beinn a'Ghlo Cairnwell Meall Buidhe
Beinn Dearg, Ross-shire Carn Gorm Mayar
Beinn Dearg, Blair Atholl Carn Mairg Meall a' Choire Leith
Beinn Heasgarnich
Beinn Mhanach
Carn a'Gheoidh
Ben Chonzie Carn Aosda Meall Chuaich
Ben More, Crianlarich Carn Liath Meall Corranaich
Ben More, Mull Carn an t-Sagairt Mor Meall Garbh, Glen Lyon
Meall Garbh, Lawers
Braigh Coire Chruinn-bhalgain Carn nan Gabhar Meall Ghaordaidh
Meall Greigh
Carn Sgulain, Monadhliath Meall Glas, Glen Lochay
Carn an Tuirc Meall nan Tarmachan
Carn Dearg, Monadhliath Meall nan Aighean
Braeriach Carn a'Choire Bhoidheach Meall nan Ceapraichean
Meall nan Eun
Creag Pitridh, Laggan Mount Keen
Buachaille Etive Mor Conival Mullach Clach a'Bhlair
Broad Cairn Creag Leacach Mullach nan Coirean
Ben Vorlich, Loch Earn Creag Mh'r Schiehallion
Bynack More Sgurr Alasdair
Ben More Assynt Derry Cairngorm Sgurr a'Mhaim
Bruach na Frithe, Skye The
Devil's Point
Sgor an Lochain Uaine
Bla Bheinn, Skye Driesh from Glen Proseh Sgor Gaoith
Ben Lawers Driesh from Glen Doll Stob Ban, Mamores
Beinn Ghlas Eididh nan Clach Geala Stob Coir' an Albannaich
Stuchd an Lochain 1
Stuchd an Lochain 2
Sgiath Chuil, Glen Lochay Stob Diamh
Tom Buidhe
The Munros: SMC Hillwalkers' Guide
100 Best Routes on Scottish Mountains
The Call of the Corbetts
The Corbetts and Other Scottish Hills: SMC Hillwalkers' Guide
Scotland's Winter Mountains
Winter Climbs in the Cairngorms

Routes over groups of three or more Munros

Lawers Range (East) - Meall Greigh, Meall Garbh and An Stuc. Glen Doll - Broad Cairn, Cairn Bannoch and Carn an t-Sagairt Mór
Carn Mairg Group - Carn Gorm, Meall Garbh, Carn Mairg and Meall nan Aighean Mamores - Mullach nan Coirean, Stob Ban and Sgurr a'Mhaim
Beinn Dearg - Eididh nan Clach Geala, Meall nan Ceapraichean, Cona Mheall and Beinn Dearg Ben Starav - Meall nan Eun, Stob Coir' an Albannaich, Glas Bheinn Mhor and Ben Starav
Beinn a'Ghlo - Carn Liath, Braigh Coire Chruinn-bhalgain and Carn nan Gabhar Cairngorms - The Devil's Point, Cairn Toul, Sgor an Lochain Uaine and Braeriach

Our Corbetts and other peaks

Ainshval Ben Gulabin Drummond Hill Scald Law, Pentlands
Askival Ben Ledi Duchray Hill/Mealna Letter, Glen Isla Stac Pollaidh
Auchnafree Hill Bennachie East Lomond Suilven
Badandun Hill Ben Stack Glamaig Tampie
Barkeval Ben Vane Goatfell Three Brethen
Beinn Bhan, Applecross Ben Venue Hallival Trallval
Beinn Dearg Mhor, Skye Ben Vrackie Hill of Cat Sron a Choire Chnapanich
Beinn Edra, Skye Blackhope Scar, Moorfoot Hills Marsco Turnhouse Hill
Beinn Lora Carn Dearg Mor, Feshie Meall a Bhuachaille West Lomond
Beinn Dearg Mheadhonach, Skye Carnethy Hill, Pentlands Meall Uaine, Glen Shee
Beinn an t-Sidhein Cat Law, Angus Meall Odhar, Glen Shee Monega Hill, Glen Isla
Cleish Hills Morrone Monamenach, Glen Isla
Ben A'an Clachnaben Mount Battock
Ben Cleuch The Cobbler Mount Blair
Ben Earb Cuillin of Rum Pap of Glencoe

Other features

Wild camping in Scotland - what you need to know

Visit the Club Hut for news from the country's hillwalking clubs
Visit our new-look kitchen for tasty alfresco dining recipes
CairnGorm Mountain Railway photo special
Our Quick Guide to eight of Scotland's most popular peaks, Lochnagar, Mayar, Driesh, Schiehallion, Ben Lawers, Beinn Alligin, Buachaille Etive Mor and the Cobbler

Important notes: The walk routes published here are correct at the time of going to press and are periodically checked to ensure the information remains correct. If you encounter any changes or alterations to any of these routes on the ground, or experience any problems, please drop us a line and we'll investigate and update the text as necessary. Email your reports. When venturing into the great outdoors, please make sure you go properly equipped with the right equipment including waterproofs, warm clothing, food and drink and a map and compass and the knowledge to use them. Let someone know where you are going before you set out and leave details of your route with a responsible person so they can raise the alarm should you fail to return. You can download a Route Card from our InfoCentre page. The weather can change suddenly in Scotland - don't be afraid to turn back if conditions deteriorate. Above all, stay safe and remember you can always go back another day. can accept no responsibility for any accident or injury sustained while following any of the routes published on the website.