Ben Macdui


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Macdui, Ben,

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Ben Macdhui,

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or Ben Macdhui
, Gaelic Beinn Muic Duibhe, peak, 4,296 ft (1,309 m) high, Moray, Scotland, in the Cairngorm Mts.; second highest peak in Scotland.
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Ben Macdui

or

Ben Macdhui

(măkdo͞o`ē), Gaelic Beinn Muic Duibhe, peak, 4,296 ft (1,309 m) high, Moray, Scotland, in the Cairngorm Mts.; second highest peak in Scotland.
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The views from this Arctic surface of frost-shattered stones are on a grand scale, with Ben Macdui to the south-west and the deep-cut Glen Avon to the east.
His catapult has been transformed into a waterfall (fairy pools of Skye) and his hair represents snowy-peaked mountains - with the Big Grey Man of Ben Macdui lurking on the back of his head.
Battling torrid weather conditions for much of the three-day challenge, the team scaled Ben Nevis, Ben Macdui, Ben Braeriach, Helvellyn, Old Man of Coniston, Scafell Pike, Snowdon, Cadair Idris and Pen y Fan in just over 70, only sleeping briefly as brother-in-law Gareth Owen transported them between peaks.
Woody, a Labrador cross, ran off after apparently picking up a scent near the top of Ben Macdui.
Harder to photograph is the Cairgorms' own mythical resident, a yeti-like creature known in Gaelic as Am Fear Liath Mor, (The Big Grey Man of Ben Macdui), which legend claims resides on Ben Macdui, Britain's second highest mountain.
Rescuers said a climber with back and leg injuries was rescued in "appalling" conditions near Ben Macdui in the Cairngorms.
Recent clean up events also took place on other peaks in Scotland such as Bennachie in Aberdeenshire, Ben Macdui in the Cairngorms, Lochnagar in the Grampians and Ben Lomond.
Each ascent was at least 9.8 miles (15.8km), which means he has walked almost 1000 miles to complete his epic Ben Macdui tally.
Ben Macdui is part of which European mountain range?
He said: "There have been hard moments where the pain and fatigue has hit us all but there have also been spectacular moments; for example being track by dolphins while kayaking, being doubled over in laughter while spending down time with the team or reaching the top of Ben MacDui."