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The Storr 719m (2359ft)

Summit Feature: Turf bank 2m E of trig point note: ground at cliff edge and ground 110m E are nearly as high (Survey: Abney level)
Classification: Hill Trigpoint, Graham, Halsey, Hump, LRT, Marilyn, Sim, P30 Tump, Yeaman.
OS Grid Ref: NG495540 (10 figure Grid Ref: NG4953854046).
UK Area: 17 - North Skye and Raasay (OS Maps 1:50k 23. 1:25k 408,409.)
Latitude: 57.507097, Longitude: -6.183094, Height: 719 metres (2359 feet)
Prominence: 671 metres (2201 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0719.G (DoBIH Hill ID: 1218)

Associated Trigpoint:
  TP5625 'Storr' Grid Ref: NG4953854046 Separation: 0m from Hill grid ref.

Associated Child Hill(s):
   Coire Faoin Stack (505m, p37);    Creag Langall (236m, p42);    Needle Rock (505m, p42);    Old Man of Storr (535m, p80);    The Cathedral (498m, p31);    The Storr East Top (714m, p30);    The Storr South Top (491m, p36);    Tobhca nan Druidhead (166m, p30);    Upper Coire Faoin Stack (516m, p27);

External Links for The Storr:
-GeoHack link... -OS Map Bing link... -Google Map link... -Geograph link... -The Storr on hill-bagging.co.uk... -Storr on trigpointinguk.com...

Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills

Selected mapping: Google or Bing / Ordnance Survey

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agentmancuso alanayr Alex C AndrewFinnimore Aqueously90 bern Brian Carson cfw58 Chalky1953 Chris Pearson Chris Upson chriswatson Colin Crawford cuillin david gradwell drjohnyoung Dugswell2 edgradwell fergie flippsy GeorgeH Greenmantle HillmanImp hils HochMcGandy iaindbrown IainT IainT2 Jane T Jim.Fothergill joachim_lucht jonglew Lindsay M Lisaslf malky_c Margaret markg nordicstar NormanW oakesave oscarben Phil Newby psychocrawler rhayader_wanderer rhw RichTea Rowan.Chesmer Rusty SJD snaithd Sprog thelonious thenomad wintee Wyvis

 

Total = 1 The Storr hills
Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills