Although minute by world standards, Quinag is a very interesting mountain - one of Scotland's best.

The massif has multiple tops, arranged along a Y-shaped ridge and the traverse of all of them makes a very satisfying day out.

The views are tremendous, looking out over a landscape studded with tiny Lochans to the vast blue sea.

Elevation (feet): 2,651
Elevation (meters): 808
Continent: Europe
Country: United Kingdom
Range/Region: Scottish Highlands
Latitude: 58.2153
Longitude: -5.04912
Difficulty: Walk up
Nearest major airport: Inverness / Aberdeen
Convenient Center: Lochinver / Ullapool

Thanks to Andy Walmsley for adding this peak.

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