The Munros of Scotland

The Munros in Scotland
The Munros in Scotland on a Google Map

Listed by the Scottish Mountaineering Club as any Scottish Mountain of 915m (approx 3000ft) and 'elected' to have Munro status. First devised and published by Sir Hugh Munro of Lindertis, Angus in 1871, the original list numbered 276. With improved mapping techniques this list has been revised several times and currently stands at 282.

All are accessible to the average fell walker except one. Sgurr Dearg (or Inaccessible Pinnacle a.k.a. 'In Pin') on the Cuillin Ridge, Isle of Skye requires rope and moderate climbing skills.

(NB. Sir Hugh Munro himself never managed to climb all the mountains that bear his name. He died just one short of completing the task with Carn an Fhidhleir (Carn Eala) proving to be the elusive peak from the original 276).

Scottish Mountains with a summit over 915m (approx 3000ft) and just 30m (100ft) of 'ascent' or 'prominence' on all sides are commonly know as Munro Tops or Murdos.


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See All 282 Munros in The Whole of Scotland (282/0)
Ben Nevis, Ben Macdui (Beinn MacDuibh), Braeriach (Braigh Riabhach) . . .


  1. As a detailed list: In Alphabetical Order | In Height Order
  2. On a Google Map
  3. On One Page as a Simple List: In Alphabetical Order | In Height Order
  4. On one page with 'yet-to-be-bagged' listed 1st & then 'already bagged' tops listed 2nd: In Alphabetical Order | In Height Order
  5. On one page with 'already bagged' tops listed 1st & then 'yet-to-be-bagged' tops listed 2nd: In Alphabetical Order | In Height Order


The Munros in Scotland listed by Scottish Region or Area



















  • There aren't any Munros in Scottish Region 18: Loch Sunart and Loch Shiel (0/0)



  • There aren't any Munros in Scottish Region 19: Argyll, Knapdale and Kintyre (0/0)



  • There aren't any Munros in Scottish Region 20: The South Western Isles (0/0)



  • There aren't any Munros in Scottish Region 21: Buchan, Formartine and Strathbogie (0/0)



  • There aren't any Munros in Scottish Region 22: The Shetland Islands (0/0)



  • There aren't any Munros in Scottish Region 23: The Orkney Islands (0/0)



  • There aren't any Munros in Scottish Region 24: The Outer Hebrides (0/0)



  • There aren't any Munros in Scottish Region 25: Central Scotland (0/0)



  • There aren't any Munros in Scottish Region 26: The Southern Uplands (0/0)



  • There aren't any Munros in Scottish Region 27: The Scottish Borders (0/0)


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Peak Bagging The Mountains in Scotland

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 hills and mountains 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 and Tick Lists detailing all the Mountains, Peaks and Hills in a particular area are available is selected areas now. Each one includes room for you to record which mountains you have climbed, who you went with and what you thought of it as well as offering inspiration for your next walk or expedition.

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

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


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