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The Paps of Jura
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The Paps of Jura

Climbing the Paps of Jura is a must for the experienced walker. The view from the three peaks is second to none. The highest is Beinn an Oir (748m), then Benn Shiantaidh (755m) and Beinn a'Chaolais (734m). There are optional routes to take, varying from three to six miles and to climb all three peaks will take around eight to nine hours. You can roam pretty much anywhere on Jura, but the walks are all tough. If you're walking during the stalking season, make sure you contact the estate office.

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