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One of Britain’s most formidable mountains, An Teallach, lies west of Dundonnell Forest and north of Loch na Sealga. Its highest peaks are the Munros of Bidean a’ Ghlas Thuill at 1062m, and Sgùrr Fiona at 1058m. The name An Teallach means ‘the Forge’ or ‘the Anvil’, referring to the shape and colour of the mountains, the steep gullies and sharp summits, and the smoke-like mist that frequently wreaths the pinnacles.

Photograph by James Roddie

About James Roddie

James is a multi award-winning professional photographer based in the Scottish Highlands. Hee is a regular contributor to some of the UK’s top outdoors magazines and specialises in mountain landscape photography in throughout the Highlands year-round.

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