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Ben Nevis from Kilmallie Cemetery in Corpach

Kilmallie is a parish in the Lochaber district of Inverness-shire and Argyllshire. It contains the burgh of Fort William and the hamlets of North Ballachulish and Onich in Inverness-shire, and Banavie, Caol and Corpach in Argyllshire. It has an extreme length from north-east to south-west of 29⅛ miles and width varying between 2⅝ and 30¼ miles. The ancient parish comprehends a much larger area including land to the south of Loch Eil that forms the parish of Ardgour.

The name is from the Scots Gaelic Cill Mhàilidh. It gives its name to the local shinty club, Kilmallie Shinty Club as well as two local churches, Kilmallie Free Church and Kilmallie Parish Church.

Mountains and hills

North of Loch Arkaig:

Between Lochs Arkaig and Eil:

To the east of Loch Linnhe:

Asterisks mark those summits on the borders of the parish.

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