Located in the south-west corner of the Mounth plateau in Angus, Creag Leachan rises to a height of 987m (3,238 feet).
Its name is derived from the Gaelic for ‘slabby rock’, an apt description of the ridge leading to the summit, which is covered in scree and boulders.
South-west corner of the Mounth plateau
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