North Scotland Click On Map

An Interactive Click On Map of North Scotland showing mountains, hills, activities, towns and top attractions.

This page is currently being added to, think most of the main attracions have been added now.

Click on the towns for information on that town and accommodation, green dots for attractions, VC for visitor centres, triangles for hills/mountains.

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This Map shows the main mountains in North Scotland with the roads in these areas having some of the best views in Scotland, photo shots. For all Mountains, see Scotland Mountains.

North Scotland Click On Map Inverness Page Culloden Fort George Page Dornoch Page Dunrobin Castle Page John O Groats Page Dunnet Head Page Scrabster Page John O Groats Ferry Page Pentland Ferries Page Northlink Ferries Page Orkney Isles Page Isle of Lewis Page Isle of Harris Page Isle of Skye Page Isle of Lewis Ferry Page Nairn Page Elgin Page Clearances Monument Page Wick Page Duncansby Head Stornoway Page Inverewe Garden Page Mey Cape Wrath Page Thurso Page Mary Anns Cottage Page Castlehill Heritage Centre Page Strathnaver Museum Page Chanonry Point Ben Hope Ben Loyal Ben Klibreck Ben More Assynt Beinn Dearg An Teallach Bettyhill Loch Eriboll Page Ceannabeinne Beach Smoo Cave Page Durness Page Sandwood Bay Beach Page A838 Ben Stack Meallan Liath Ben Hee Lairg Page Suilven Stac Pollaidh Beinn Ghobhlach Tongue Page Sgurr Mor Liathach Beinn Eighe Sgorr Ruadh Ben Wyvis Garve Page Lochinver Page Ardvreck Castle Page Bone Caves Page Torridon Page Applecross Page Ullapool Page Loch Maree Highlands Map Forres page Gills Bay Falls kinlochbervie page Corrieshalloch Lossiemouth page Buckie page Cullen page Banff page Macduff page

These mountains should only be climbed with an Ordinance Survey Map and good knowledge of using a Compass. Try to memorize the trail up, and take the direction of the trail with a compass, so if clouds roll over, you can find your way back down. Some of these mountains lead out into vast areas of wilderness.

Snow or Ice Conditions should only be attempted after ice training, and with the correct equipment.

Layers of clothing should also be taken as it can get bitterly cold at the top, even in summer, i.e. fleece, gloves, hat and weatherproofs. Drinks and snacks should also be taken. Mobile phones may work from some Mountains, but not all.