NN4324 : Summit of Ben More

near to Benmore, Stirling, Great Britain

Summit of Ben More.
Summit of Ben More.
All I could do as I was in a thick cloud at the time. The trig pillar will soon fall as the weak concrete holding it to the summit rock is eroding fast. The summit of what is a grassy conical hill, is actually quite rocky, mica schist that is very slippery when wet.

At 1174m this is the 12th highest hill in Great Britain. County top devotees will note that this is the highest point in the area administered by Stirling Council.
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Sunday, 18 September, 2005   (more nearby)
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