Walk The Donalds in Scotland

On Merrick, Scotland's Highest 'Donald'
On Merrick, Scotland's Highest 'Donald'
Photo: Matty Crank

Devised by Percy Donald these are Scottish Mountains south of a 'Highland Line' which are over 610m (2000ft) above mean sea level and subject to a rather complicated formula factoring the relative drop all round and distance between any two.

There are currently 89 Donalds in Scotland.


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The Donalds in the whole of Scotland
(89/0) - 0%
89 tops including: Merrick, Broad Law, Cramalt Craig . . .

  1. View on a Google Map 
  2. View as a detailed list: In Alphabetical Order | In Height Order
  3. View as one page with 'yet-to-be-bagged' listed 1st & then 'already bagged' tops listed 2nd: In Alphabetical Order | In Height Order
  4. View as one page with 'already bagged' tops listed 1st & then 'yet-to-be-bagged' tops listed 2nd: In Alphabetical Order | In Height Order

 






























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Walk Ben Nevis Scotland's Highest Mountain
Example shown: The Ben Nevis, The Aonachs &: The Grey Corries area of Scottish Region 4: Fort William and Loch Linnhe to Loch Ericht which includes Ben Nevis, Scotland's Highest Mountain

Peak Bagging The Mountains in Scotland is a way of discovering and experiencing new mountains, peaks, tops and hills that you might not otherwise have thought of walking on - often in glorious solitude well away from the crowded honeypots.

It can be a lot of fun and immensely satisfying too!

Peak Bagging The Mountains in Scotland - How to get started.

Peak Bagging Location Maps detailing all the Mountains, Peaks, Tops and Hills in a particular area are available in selected areas now to print and/or save to your phone so you can view it anytime without needing a signal.

To see which Peak Bagging Location Maps are currently available - click here

A free example peak bagging map is available via a link in the current edition of our regular newsletter - click here to get your copy now!


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