360° Virtual Scottish Mountain Tours and Routes
Munros are mountains in Scotland that are over 3000ft – 914.4m in Height. There are a total of 282 Munros from the highest Ben Nevis at 4,411ft – 1,345m to the lowest Ben Vane at 3,002ft – 915m.
These mountains are named after Sir Hugh T Munro who surveyed the mountains of Scotland for the Scottish Mountaineering Club (SMC). By 1891 the first Munro list was published in the SMC Journal No. 6 . The list comprised 283 separate mountains (Munros) and 255 subsidiary tops, outliers to the main summits.
The SMC still maintain this list and as new surveys are done the Munro list has been known to change. Below is the list of 282 Munros as of 6 September 2012.
Climbing these Munros to the summit or “Munro bagging” as we like to call it has become a very popular pastime. The 1st person known to become a “completer” of all the Munros was Rev A E Robertson in 1901.
There are now more than 7000 known entries logged on the completers section of the SMC website. There is no time scale or order in completing all the Munros, some people take over 10 – 20 years and others within 5. The fastest known time that they have
been climbed (self powered between them and up them) was by Donnie Campbell in 31 days, 23 hours, 2 minutes, 1st August to 2nd September 2020.
List is from the highest to lowest Munro.
Route details with map, 3D model and GPX download for every Munro.
If you see a VR360° next to the height on the list then there is also a virtual tour of that Munro.
Where possible please view virtual tours and 3D models on a large screen for best user experience.