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Scaraben Summit - - 483802.jpg
The summit of Scaraben
Summit: 2,054 feet ND066268
58°13’13"N, 3°35’30"W

Scaraben is a mountain in southern Caithness, close to the bounds of Sutherland and the North Sea coast. It rises between the valleys of the Berriedale Water to the north and the Langwell Water to the south.

Scaraben forms an east-west ridge with three tops; the main top at 2,054 ft, flanked by Sròn Gharbh (1,995 ft) and East Scaraben (1,939 ft).

Caithness is generally a low-lying county, and its only mountains of any height are at its southern part; the county top, Morven (2,316 feet) is just four miles to the northwest of Scaraben.

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