Beinn nan Eun (Perth and Kinross) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBeinn nan Eun
|Elevation||631 m (2,070 ft)|
|Prominence||142 m (466 ft)|
|English translation||Scottish Gaelic 'Hill of the Bird'|
|Location||Perth and Kinross, Scotland|
|Parent range||Glen Artney Hills, Southern Uplands|
|OS grid||NN 7236 1311|
|Topo map||OS Landranger 57|
Beinn nan Eun is a hill in the Glen Artney Hills range immediately south of the Highland Boundary Fault, part of the Central Lowlands of Scotland. The second highest hill of the range, it is the only Donald in the range to have a summit which is not shared with Stirlingshire. An impressive crag drops from its eastern side. Most ascents begin in Glen Artney itself to the north and take in the neighbouring hills, usually in an anti-clockwise direction, leaving it until last.
Subsidiary SMC Summits
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