Càrn Glas-choire has an elevation of 660 m (2,166 ft) and is the historic county top of Nairnshire. The mountain top sits at the northern edge of the Cairngorms. The area covers a huge plateau east of the Slochd Pass, a mountain pass where the A9 road links Inverness with Aviemore.
At the base of the north west slopes Loch Braigh Bhruthaich can be found. Most of the route to the summit can be made along a landrover track, however, the final distance is across boggy moss.
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|660 m (2,166 ft)||Scotland||Nairnshire|
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|57.33950043,-3.84323270||NH 8915 2916||OL60: Lochindorb|