Meall Fuar-mhonaidh might not be the most recognisable mountain name in Scotland but if you have ever been along the Great Glen Way or A82 alongside Loch Ness, you will have seen it. This rounded hill is the highest point along the side of Loch Ness at 699m and is visible from many points along its shores, notably Dores, where some argue you get the best view of it. The name comes from the gaelic and means cold, rounded hill which suits it fine.
- Height: 699m
- Ascent: 535m
- Distance: 9.5km (start grid NH492238)
- Category: Graham