Cul Mor stands at an elevation of 849 m (2,785 ft) in Inverpolly in the Northwest Highlands range of Highland in Scotland. Despite its superior height, it is less well known and less popular than its two neighbours, Suilven and Stac Pollaidh. However, it offers tremendous views over these and the coast beyond when its twin summits are ascended.
A popular route begins near the Knockan Rock centre, following the well-maintained stalker’s path to the foot of the Meallan Diomhain ridge, up the ridge following the carins which mark the path and over a broad saddle, before approaching the summit from the north east. Some scrambling is required to make it to the highest point.