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Beinn Mhòr (South Uist)

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Beinn Mhòr (South Uist)

This article is about the mountain on South Uist. For other similarly named mountains, see Ben More (disambiguation).
Beinn Mhòr or Geitaval
The narrow summit ridge just below the top, June 2004
Elevation 620 m (2,034 ft)
Prominence 620 m (2,034 ft)
Listing Graham, Marilyn
Translation Big mountain (Gaelic)
Pronunciation Scottish Gaelic: [peiɲ ˈvoːɾ]
Beinn Mhòr or Geitaval
South Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland
OS grid Coordinates

57°15′30″N 7°17′42″W / 57.25845°N 7.29491°W / 57.25845; -7.29491Coordinates: 57°15′30″N 7°17′42″W / 57.25845°N 7.29491°W / 57.25845; -7.29491

Beinn Mhòr is a mountain on the island of South Uist in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. With a height of 620 metres (2,034 ft), it is the highest point on the island. The name Beinn Mhòr is Gaelic for "big mountain".

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