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Broad Law
Broad Law is the most W of a range of hills lying to the N of the Talla and Megget Reservoirs. The broad rounded top lies at the intersection of three ridges which run S to Cairn Law (717m), SE to Lamb Knowe (662) and NNW to Great Knock (693m).

The slopes on this hill are generally easy but the crags of Polmood Craig lie only 850m NE of the summit. This hill can be accessed from the A701 road by track, starting from the bridge to Hearthstane (2.3km N of Tweedsmuir), but is more normally accessed from the S via Cairn Law.

Brown Cow Hill
Brown Cow Hill is the highest point on a semicircle of hills around a complex corrie lying NE of Braemar.

Brown Cow Hill should be treated as a ridge walk, which is best accessed from tracks by the River Don to the N. These tracks give good access to either end of the ridge, but careful navigation will be required due to the complexity of the hill and the moorland terrain.

Buidhe Bheinn
Buidhe Bheinn lies to the S of Sgurr a' Bhac Chaolais which lies on the S Glen Shiel Ridge to which it is connected by a long curved ridge allowing both peaks to be taken in a single expedition. p>Buidhe Bheinn is an otherwise remote mountain which can be climbed from Kinloch Hourn which lies at the end of a long narrow road.

Buidhe Bheinn has three ridges, W turning WSW, SE turning S and NE turning N. The latter ridge connects to Sgurr a' Bhac Chaolais which was previously thought to be of identical height and therefore a contender for the Corbett title, but Sgurr a'Bhac Chaolais is now known to be smaller by 29cm.

Buidhe Bheinn is a rough craggy hill, but is not a difficult ascent particularly as stalkers paths come high on its SW slopes.

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