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Location type: Mountain
Location address: United Kingdom, East Ayrshire
Number of texts: 1
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Mullwharchar or Maol Adhairce (Gaelic for ‘Hill of the Huntsman’s Horn’) is a hill in the Galloway Hills of the Southern Uplands of Scotland. Mullwarchar is situated to the north of Loch Enoch, west of Corserine, northeast of Merrick and east of Kirriereoch Hill. There are 3 cliffs on the mountain named The Slock, The Tauchers and The Organ Pipes and some routes on these are occasionally climbed. Mullwharchar’s summit is fairly flat and dotted with erratics.

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