Scots Roots


Ben Wyvis, Easter Ross
May 31, 2015, 5:29 pm
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Ben WyvisBen Wyvis stands on the northern edge of Clan Munro country. It is a vast, sprawling mountain dominating a wide area of the Highlands with several tops and a high whaleback ridge.

Its mossy plateau provides habitat for the Dotterel, a rare migratory bird which nests along the summit ridge.

Ben WyvisThe summit of Ben Wyvis is Glas Leathad Mor, a Munro (mountain over 3,000 feet) at 1046 metres.

The site has been designated as both a National Nature Reserve and a Special Protection Area.

Ben WyvisCopyright © Scots Roots Research 2015

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