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Beinn Dearg Mhor [Loch Ainort]
Beinn Dearg Mhor is one of Skye's Red Cuillin hills and is situated to the E of Glen Sligachan and to the NE of the main Black Cuillin Ridge.

It lies just under 2km to the S of the Corbett Glamaig across the Bealach na Sgairde and the two could possibly be climbed together, perhaps also including Beinn Dearg Mhor's S top of Beinn Dearg Mheadhonach.

One possible approach is from The Sligachan Hotel to the N via Glen Sligachan.

Beinn Dearg Mhor [Loch Slapin]
One of the Isle of Skye Grahams, Beinn Dearg Mhor lies to the W of Broadford.

Along with the Graham Beinn na Caillich and a lower top Beinn Dearg Bheag (582m) they form an E facing horseshoe ridge around Coire Gorm.

Nearest access is from Coire-chat-achan to the E.

Beinn Dhorain
Beinn Dhorain is situated near the NE coast, to the W of Glen Loth.

The hill has two tops separated by a shallow col, the S top being the summit. The E slopes are steep and craggy.

The nearest access is from the minor road through Glen Loth to the E, and as this road rises to around 300m, it lends itself to a very short and easy ascent.

Beinn Direach
Beinn Direach lies in the predominantly Corbett territory of NW Sutherland.

It has two long ridges which run out NE from the summit and enclose Coire Granda.

The summit lies just under 2km across a high bealach from the Graham Carn an Tionail and the two could readily be climbed together. It also lies directly to the E of the Corbett Meallan Liath Coire Mhic Dhughaill which could also be included.

The most convenient approach starts from West Merkland at the NW end of Loch Merkland from where a track leads NE.

Beinn Donachain
Beinn Donachain is situated between Glen Strae and Glen Orchy.

Its summit lies towards the NE of a broad ridge which has two tops, the E one being the summit.

The Corbett Beinn Mhic Mhonaidh lies to the N, and the two could possibly be combined in one outing.

Beinn Eich
Beinn Eich is one of the so-called Luss Hills which lie between Loch Long and Loch Lomond. These are rounded, grassy hills which are readily accessible from the Glasgow area.

This is an area rich with Grahams and Beinn Eich along with the neighbouring Cruach an t-Sidhein, Doune Hill, and Beinn Dubh (Mid Hill) may readily be climbed in one outing.

The end of the minor road through Glen Luss near Edentaggart is the normal start point.

Beinn Fhada
One of 7 Grahams on the Isle of Mull, Beinn Fhada lies to the E of Ben More, Mull's only Munro. As the name suggests, it has a long NW ridge.

Along with Ben More and the unclassified top of A' Chioch, Beinn Fhada forms a horseshoe around Gleann na Beinne Fhada and one would ideally traverse this entire ridge.

The B8035 road on the S side of Loch Na Keal provides the nearest access.

Beinn Gaire
Beinn Gaire lies to the W of Loch Shiel in Moidart, an area better known for its Corbetts.

It is the highest point at the SW end of a broad ridge which runs NE towards the Graham Croit Bheinn. Although the latter is slightly lower, it is the more shapely of the two, and both should be climbed together.

The end of the public road in Glen Morlich to the W provides the nearest access.

Beinn Ghobhlach
Beinn Ghobhlach is the highest point of the neck of land situated between Little Loch Broom to the S and Loch Broom to the N.

Given its situation it unsurprisingly offers breathtaking views over to the Summer Isle and the western seaboard.

The hill itself forms a W facing horseshoe around Coire Dearg with the summit situated on the S side.

Shortest approach is from the end of the minor road at Badrallach.

Beinn Lochain
Beinn Lochain is the highest and most southerly point of a ridge which runs from Curra Lochain in the S to Gleann Beag in the N.

This ridge has steeper craggy slopes along its E side.

The Graham Stob na Boine Druim-fhinn lies 2km to the NW further along this ridge and both Grahams may be climbed together.

Lettermay at the NW end of Loch Goil provides best access.

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