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The Brack
Like the Cobbler across Glen Croe, the Brack is a rugged rocky hill. The Brack has three ridges, N , SW and the main ridge which runs E to a second top Cruach Fhiarach (643m). It can be accessed from Glen Croe to the N via the N ridge or Coilessan Glen to the S via the SW ridge.

The lower slopes are forested and the initial approach is via forest tracks. It is sufficiently close Ben Donich for them both to be taken in day.

The Cobbler
Ben Arthur is better known as "The Cobbler" as its unusual rocky top is considered to represent a cobbler and his last. It is a gem of a mountain with something for everyone.

The approach is steep but easy, following the route of a dismantled railway, then on well made road into a beautiful glen with the impressive Narnain Boulders.

From there take a minor scramble through rocky outcrops to the summit ridge, with beautiful views in good weather.

Then just when you think you have cracked it you find that to reach the highest point you have to crawl through a hole in rocks (Argyll's Eyeglass) onto an narrow exposed ledge and scramble up to an exposed rock.

Since scrambling and a head for exposure are required, many people have almost reached the summit!

The Fara
The Fara along with Meall Cruaidh forms a long ridge on the NW shore of Loch Ericht, that offers a 4.5 km high level walk with a lowest point of 830m.

The Fara has two tops, to the N lies the true summit (911m) and 2.8 km to the SSW lies the second top (910m). There is a bigger drop between the two tops of The Fara (830m col) than there is between the SW top and Meall Cruaidh (850m col). The SE slopes are generally very steep except at the Dalwhinnie end.

If you decide to walk the ridge you are recommended not attempt a descent until close to Ben Alder Lodge.

The Goet
Ben Tirran is the highest point on a high moorland plateau close to where the plateau falls steeply into Glen Clova.

The true summit is not the cairn marked on the OS map but the trig point less than a kilometer to the NE labelled "The Goet".

Tom na Caillich (Little Wyvis)
Little Wyvis lies to the SSW of the most S top of Ben Wyvis (An Cabar) separated by the Bealach Mor.

Little Wyvis is a hill of moderate to easy slopes, apart from those facing Bealach Mor to the N and Bealach Beag to the S which are steeper.

A vehicle track leads up the W slope to the summit of Little Wyvis but this can be avoided if you use the approach path for Ben Wyvis and ascend from the N.

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