Gaelic, Norse, Brittonic? A look into the history and origins of place names around our area

Craggan a’Chait, ‘the little rock of the cat’, is a child summit of Càrn Bàn. It stands 778m high overlooking Toll Lochan (from toll, ‘hole’), which is reputedly one of the more magnificent corries in Scotland. Beinn an Eòin (544 m) or ‘hill of the bird’ is a. . .

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