Grahams starting with B
|Beinn Bhalgairean is situated in a retiring position to the S of Glen Lochy.|
Forestry to the N and E makes an approach from these directions difficult.
It may be possible to combine Beinn Bhalgairean with an ascent of the Graham Meall nan Gabhar which lies just over 3km to the E.
Beinn Bheag [Ardgour]
|One of three Grahams of the same name, this Beinn Bheag lies in Ardgour rising to the S of Glen Gour.|
Along with the Corbett Garbh Bheinn and the Graham Sgorr Mhic Eacharna, Beinn Bheag forms a rough horseshoe ridge which faces SE around Coire an Iubhair.
Most convenient access is from the A861 road to the S from where a track heads up in to Coire an Iubhair.
Beinn Bheag [Loch Eck]
|Beinn Bheag is a craggy hill in the Cowal Peninsula which rises to the W of Loch Eck.|
It lies to the NE of the Graham Beinn Mhor with which it may be climbed.
Bernice on the W side of Loch Eck provides closest access, but as the road along this side of Loch Eck is private, the use of a bike is recommended.
Beinn Bheag [Sutherland]
|Beinn Bheag is a remote hill lying between the Fisherfield Munros to the W and the Fannich Munros to the E.|
From the summit, a ridge runs roughly E for just over 1km to a 615m E top.
Beinn Bheag is just under 2km across the Bealach Gorm from the Graham Groban and both could easily be combined in a single trip.
The closest approach is from the A832 road to the N near the NE end of Loch a' Bhraoin.
Beinn Bhreac [Appin]
|Beinn Bhreac is a rough hill rising from Loch Creran to the NW.|
The point marked as Beinn Bhreac on the OS map is actually only a 708m top with the summit (unnamed on the map) lying some 2km to the NE across a shallow col.
It is most readily accessed from the B845 road which runs through Gleann Salach to the SW.
The summit lies just over 1km to the NW of the Graham Beinn Molurgainn and it would make sense to combine these in a single outing, or indeed to include the Corbett Creach Bheinn which lies 2km to the NE.
Beinn Bhreac [Glen Douglas]
|Beinn Bhreac lies to the N of Glen Douglas and along with the Graham Tullich Hill is sandwiched between Loch Long to the W and Loch Lomond to the E.|
It lies within close enough proximity to Tullich Hill to allow the two to be climbed in one outing.
|Beinn Chaorach is the most southerly of the so-called Luss Hills which lie between Loch Long and Loch Lomond.|
These are grassy, rounded hills and are readily accessible from the central belt.
It is an area rich with Grahams and Beinn Chaorach along with the neighbouring Beinn a' Mhanaich may readily be climbed in one outing.
It should be noted that there is Ministry Of Defence land to the W of the summit and an ascent (or descent) from this direction should be avoided.
|Lying to the N of Glen Arnisdale, Beinn Clachach is a rough hill having steep craggy slopes to the S and W.|
The 643m summit is unnamed on the map and lies just over 1km to E of the 618m top which is attributed the name Beinn Clachach.
It lies to the SE of the Corbett Beinn nan Caorach with which it could be included in a single trip.
The closest approach is from Arnisdale to the W.
|Beinn Damhain lies on the W side of Glen Falloch and presents craggy slopes on all sides.|
It lies approximately 2km SE from the Corbett Meall an Fhudair with which it may be combined.
The A82 through Glen Falloch to the E east provides the most convenient access.
|Situated to the E of Ben Vorlich and the SE end of Loch Earn, Beinn Dearg forms a horseshoe ridge around Coire a' Choire to the S.|
Of the various tops along the ridge, the summit lies at the NE end, although the most easterly E top is only 1m lower.
The E face of the ridge is steep and craggy.