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Liathach is one of the greatest mountains in Scotland. This impenetrable looking hill is rivalled only by An Teallach and the Skye Cuillin. Liathach’s two Munros, Spidean a’ Choire Leith 1055m and Mullach an Rathain 1023m are connected along an 8km ridge, crossing eight separate tops. The Am Fasarinen pinnacles 928m (featured) are one of Liathach’s most identifiable features, a notorious section of scrambling, located approximately halfway along this ridgeline.

Photograph by Alex Nail

About Alex Nail

Based in Bristol, Alex Nail has a passion for mountains and wilderness areas. His photography is largely illustrative, showing magical lighting conditions and spectacular scenery. His latest book Northwest of the Highlands of Scotland, showcases wild mountain vistas and dramatic light displays.

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