Folklore and the Fairy Hill

John Muir Trust land manager Liz Auty explores some of the history and mystery associated with Schiehallion It towers over the heart of Scotland, its unmistakable conical peak visible across vast distances. Schiehallion, whose name derives from the Galeic Sith Chaillean, which means ‘Fairy Hill of the Caledonians’. * A mysterious mountain with many moods – Mellow Yellow  – when the colours of autumn are truly beautiful and stags can be heard roaring in Glen Mhor. For many centuries, this landscape was

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