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An Lean - charn 521m (1709ft)

Summit Feature: Rock adjacent to cairn note: rock 15m N at NC 41982 52582 is as high (Survey: Abney level)
Classification: Dodd, Highland-five, Hump, Hugh, Marilyn, P30 Tump, Yeaman.
OS Grid Ref: NC419525 (10 figure Grid Ref: NC4197952581).
UK Area: 16 - Durness to Loch Shin (OS Maps 1:50k 9. 1:25k 446.)
Latitude: 58.43287, Longitude: -4.7082, Height: 521 metres (1709 feet)
Prominence: 328 metres (1076 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0521.P (DoBIH Hill ID: 1140)

Associated Child Hill(s):
   Ben Arnaboll (232m, p105);    Ben Heilam (178m, p110);    Cathair Dubh (117m, p31);    Cnoc Dubhaidh (363m, p46);    Cnoc Loch Crocach (424m, p58);    Cnoc Loch Crocach North Top (410m, p33);    Creag a' Chairn Chaoruinn (445m, p36);    Creag Coire an Eich (312m, p31);    Creag na Faoilinn (286m, p83);    Creag Shomhairle (359m, p90);    Druim na Teanga (142m, p30);    Feinne-bheinn Bheag (441m, p103);    Feinne-bheinn Bheag SW Top (422m, p33);    Meall an Ceirileach (502m, p121);    Meall Bad a' Mhartuin (277m, p44);    Meall Bad a' Mhuidhe (289m, p60);    Meall Coire nan Each (332m, p54);    Meall Glas (431m, p38);    Meall Tarsuinn (395m, p35);    Sithean Mor (312m, p38);    Sithean na Cuaiche (152m, p36);

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Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills

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Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills

Mountain Tables: Tables of the mountain and hill summits of England and Wales by Micheal Dewey

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