Kiltarlity and Convinth
Kiltarlity and Convinth is a parish in northern Inverness-shire corresponding to the ancient parish of Convinth, from which Kiltarlity was formed in 1226. Bounded to the north-west and north by Kilmorack, east by Kirkhill and Inverness, and south by Urquhart and Glenmoriston, it has an utmost length from north-east to south-west of 30¼ miles and a varying width of between ½ mile and 10 miles.
Mountains and hills
Almost everywhere hilly or mountainous, the surface in the extreme north-east is only 18 feet above sea-level but it rises to:
- Tor Mor (487 feet)
- Meall Mor (1,316)
- Creag Ard Mhor (933)
- the eastern shoulder (2,032)* of Carn nam Pollan
- Carn nam Bad (1,499)*
- Clach-bheinn (1,887)
- Carn a' Choire Chruaidh (2,830)
- Carn a' Choire Chairbh (2,827)*
where asterisks mark those summits on the borders of the parish.
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