While the peaks of the Monadhliath mountains give enjoyable ascents, the approaches mostly involve ploughing through a moorland of peat hags and bog. It may offer solitude, nature in the raw and big skies, but it doesn't give the Monadhliath a good name among Munro-baggers.
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