Grahams starting with A
|An Cruachan is an extremely remote Graham situated roughly mid-way between Loch Morar and Loch Mullardoch. It lies to the N of the Munro An Socach.
The most convenient access (but still a considerable distance away) is from Killilan in Glen Elchaig. A bike can be used along this private road as far as Iron Lodge.
If approaching from this direction, it would be but a short detour to include the Graham Carn na Breabaig which lies to the SW of Loch Mhoicean.
|The Torridon Graham An Ruadh-mheallan lies just over 2km to the NW of Beinn Alligin by which it is very much overshadowed.
Its rounded summit ridge is surrounded by crags on all sides with the exception of the S from where an ascent can be made starting from near the Bealach na Gaoithe on the minor road from Torridon to Diabaig.
|An Stac is a remote hill rising from the SE corner of Loch Morar.
It is craggy on all sides and has a narrow W ridge running down to where Gleann Taodhail meets Gleann Cul an Staca.
The neighbouring Graham Meith Bheinn lies to the W and the two could possibly be combined in a single trip.
Access is possible from either Glen Pean to the E starting at the W end of Loch Arkaig, or from the SW starting at the W end of Loch Eilt. Both approaches are long.
|Andrewhinney Hill lies to the E of Moffat and is one of four Grahams in the Ettrick Hills.
It is the highest point of a long ridge which rises to the E of the A708 Moffat to Selkirk road and lies directly across the road from the Corbett White Coomb.
Any convenient parking spot on the A708 to the W can be used for access.
|Aodann Chleireig lies at the NW end of Loch Eil and forms a SE facing horseshoe around Coire Chur.
The Graham Meall Onfhaidh lies just over 2km to the NE and the two could be included in a single trip.
The most convenient point of access is from Fassfern on the N side of Loch Arkaig.