A fleeting spotlight illuminates the upper slopes of Liathach, one of Torridon's most famous hills. slopes of Liathach, one of Torridon's most famous hills. Liathach means 'Greyish One' in Gaelic, although its slope are more red and chocolate due to its formation from Torridonian sandstone, particularly in Autumn. It is rated by many mountaineers and hillwalkers as Scotland's finest mountain, challenged only by An Teallach and the Cuillin of Skye.
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