Stob a' Choire Mheadhoin (Highland)

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  • Translation : Peak of the middle corrie
  • Height : 1105m
  • OS Grid : NN317736

Stob a'Choire Mheadhoin stands 19 kilometres to the east of Fort William in Highland. It is joined to its neighbour, Stob Coire Easain, by a high ridge. Together, the pair are known as "The Easains" and are usually climbed together.

Features of the area

Highland Group

Highland is one of Scotland’s 32 unitary council areas. It is the largest local government area in both Scotland and the United Kingdom as a whole.

The area was created as a two-tier region in 1975 with Highland Region being divided into eight districts, Badenoch and Strathspey, Caithness, Inverness, Lochaber, Nairn, Ross and Cromarty, Skye and Lochalsh and Sutherland.

In 1996, Highland Regional Council and the district councils were wound up and their functions were transferred to a new Highland Council. It borders Moray, Aberdeenshire, Perth and Kinross, and Argyll and Bute.

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