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The three steep, quartzite mountains known as the Paps of Jura define the views of Jura from the mainland and surrounding islands.

The challenging and rewarding hike takes you over bog and scree: a pair of sturdy walking boots is an essential 


Photo: Gini Dickinson

Beinn an Òir (Mountain of Gold)

a Corbett, 

2,575 ft (785m)


Beinn Shiantaidh

(Holy Mountain) 

2,477 ft (755m) 


Beinn a' Chaolais (Mountain of the Kyle) 2,408 feet (734m)

The Jura Hotel

+44 (0)1496 820243

Photo: Gini Dickinson

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