LAWERS MN : LAWERS
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Meaning - Hill of the loud stream
Altitude - 1214 metres (3982 feet)
Grid Ref. - NN63554142
Ben Lawers is the highest peak of a long ridge formed by six peaks, five over 3000ft.
Ben Lawers was long thought to be over 4,000 ft in height; accurate measurement in the 1870s showed it to be some 17 ft short of this figure. In 1878, a group of twenty men spent a day building a large cairn in the hope of bringing the summit above the "magic" figure. The cairn is no longer there; in any case the Ordnance Survey ignored it as an artificial structure that was not truly part of the hill.
This mountain is composed of four ridges, mostly grass with some rocky outcrops but the slopes between the S and W ridge are steep crumbling cliffs on which some of Britain's most beautiful alpine flowers grow.
The short W ridge connecting to Beinn Ghlas and the longer N ridge to An Stuc are the normal ascent routes for Ben Lawers, although a direct ascent from Lochan nan Cat to the S is possible. The most common ascent via Beinn Ghlas is a wide badly eroded path.
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