The Munros are the mountains of over 3,000 feet in Scotland, those distinct enough to be considered a mountain.
These mountains are the premier challenge for the Highland walker, and to bag a munro is a glad achievement: to bag them all is the achievement of a lifetime, and one that several noted climbers have achieved.
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Mountains in the British Isles furth of Scotland are known as the “furth munros”, a distinction given by the Scottish Mountaineering Society to those 34 mountains which would have been enrolled as Munros, had they had the good fortune to be in Scotland.
Map of the Munros
*Munros article on Wikishire