The view from the terrace at the top of the Funicular Railway on Cairn Gorm, Scotland.
Cairn Gorm lies at the northern end of the Cairngorm Mountains; a high and exceptionally remote plateau largely over 4000ft in height and segmented by deep north-south valleys. Cairn Gorm is Scotland’s sixth highest mountain at 4082ft or 1244m: the Cairngorms collectively also contain four other, higher summits culminating in Ben Macdui at 4295ft or 1309m.
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Related shots can be found at: Highland Scotland.