Our Munro Map is a clear, concise overview of all 282 Munros of Scotland and includes all the information for the avid Munro bagger to keep track of their achievements. The information below takes you through the key features of the map.
Each Munro is represented by a coloured triangle. The colour represents the Munro area that it belongs to; each of the 17 Munro areas has its own colour which is identified by a Munro area key at the bottom right hand side of the map.
The Munros have been drawn in such a way that the size of each triangle gives an approximate representation of the height of the actual Munro.
Each Munro is clearly named and numbered in height order and its associated Munro area colour is represented by the colour of the triangles.
The Munro table which lists each munro in height order runs down the right hand side of the map. The information included in the table is as follows, Munro number, Munro name, Munro area, height in metres and finally height in feet.
All major roads, lochs, cities, towns, rivers, railways, glens, passes, national trails of Scotland are shown to aid navigation.
Map is drawn approximately to a scale of 1 mile per 0.5cm (1:330 000) and shows the north direction.