Mountains and hills in the Highlands

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  • A viewpoint looking down to Loch Duich and the Five Sisters of Kintail
    Loch Duich and the Five Sisters of Kintail
  • Two walkers at Mam Ratagan, a mountain pass with a view across Loch Duich and the Five Sisters of Kintail
    Mam Ratagan, a mountain pass with a view across Loch Duich and the Five Sisters of Kintail
  • The view westwards from the Nevis Range Ski Centre past the gondola towards Loch Eil
    The Nevis Range Mountain Cable Car
  • The Five Sisters of Kintail and Loch Duich from Mam Ratagan pass
    The Five Sisters of Kintail
  • A cyclist and walkers on the Nevis Range with the Nevis Range Mountain Cable Car in the background
    The Nevis Range

Take to the mountains and hills in the Highlands and experience some of Scotland’s most majestic and breathtaking landscapes with a variety of wildlife and outdoor activities.

The dramatic scenery of the Highlands is true natural beauty on a grand scale. From Skye's spectacular Cuillin range and the grandeur of the Cairngorms and Ben Nevis - the highest mountain in Britain - to the breathtaking Glen Coe, the mountains and hills in this region are unrivalled. And that's without mentioning the unforgettable mountains of Sutherland.

Whether you are a dedicated Munro bagger or just looking for a gentle climb, the Highlands’ mountains and hills offer adventures to suit all levels of ability.

Take a look at the listings of mountains and hills in the Highlands and start organising your day out in Scotland today.

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  1. The Cuillin

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    Cuillins & central Skye

    This rocky mountain range is located on the Isle of Skye. Also known as the Black Cuillin, the mountain’s highest point is Sgurr Alasdair at 3,255 ft (992 m).

  2. Kintail And Morvich

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    Dornie

    This rugged, remote estate in the West Highlands is a true wilderness with exceptional mountain scenery.

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