A mountain in the Mounth plateau above Glen Doll in Angus, Driesh rises to a height of 947m (3107 feet).
Its slopes are covered in coniferous forests and its name is derived from the Gaelic word ‘dris’, which means ‘bramble’ or ‘thorn bush’.
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