The Devil’s Point is a mountain located in the Cairngorms in Scotland. It stands at an elevation of 1,004 m (3,294 ft) with a prominence of around 89 m (292 ft) and is in fact a subsidiary peak of Cairn Toul. However, it has a highly distinctive appearance from the south, a bare pyramid of rock which stands in the way of the entrance to the Lairig Ghru one of Scotland’s best known hill passes.
The Devil’s Point is often climbed from a starting point in Deeside, walking via Glen Luibeg or Glen Derry, before ascending to the summit via the path up through Coire Odhar from Corrour Bothy. It should be noted that this is a long walk. The Devil’s Point is also often climbed in conjunction with Cairn Toul itself.