Grahams starting with B
Beinn Mheadhoin [Glen Orrin]
|Beinn Mheadhoin lies to the S of Strathconon and to the N of Glen Orrin to which it presents steep craggy slopes.|
Easiest access is from Inverchoran in Strathconon to the N.
Beinn Mheadhoin [Loch Linnhe]
|Beinn Mheadhoin lies to the W of Loch a' Choire, an inlet of Loch Linnhe in Kingairloch.|
On the NE side, its long curving offers several fingers towards the W end of Loch a' Choire, each enclosing several corries.
The B8043 road to the NW of Kingairloch at the NW end of Loch a' Choire provides nearest access, but this could possible involve crossing the unbridged Abhainn na Coinnich.
|Beinn Mheadhonach lies at the SW end of Loch Etive.|
In common with other hills in this area, it is a rough hill with many crags to negotiate and calls for careful navigation particularly in poor visibility.
The B845 road to the W provides nearest access.
Beinn Mhor [Loch Eck]
|Beinn Mhor is situated in the Cowal Peninsula, rising to the W of Loch Eck.|
From the summit, ridges emanate in several directions including one NE towards the Graham Beinn Bheag with which it could be climbed.
Bernice on the W side of Loch Eck provides closest access. As the road along this side of Loch Eck is private, the use of a bike is recommended.
The end of the public road through Glen Massan to the S could also be used for access.
Beinn Mhor [South Uist]
|Beinn Mhor is the only Graham on the island of South Uist.|
It is the highest point of a series of ridges which form the E side of the island which is in contrast to the predominately low lying ground on the W side of the island.
The end of the public road at Loch Aineort in the S provides the most convenient access.
|Beinn Molurgainn is a remote hill situated midway between Loch Creran and Loch Etive.|
Its main feature is a rough ridge running NE to SW.
The summit is only just over 1km from that of the Graham Beinn Bhreac (Mam Hael) and it would make sense to combine these in a single outing.
Beinn na Caillich [Broadford]
|One of the Skye Grahams, Beinn na Caillich lies to the W of Broadford.|
Along with the Graham Beinn Dearg Mhor 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 na Caillich [Kylerhea]
|Beinn na Caillich lies N of Glen Arroch in the area which forms the SE tip of Skye between Kyleakin and Kylerhea.|
It lies just over 1km NE across the Bealach nam Mulachag from the Graham Sgurr na Coinnich and both may be climbed together.
The highest point on the minor road to Kylerhea to the S provides the nearest access.
Beinn na Cille
|Beinn na Cille rises from the N of Loch a' Choire, an inlet of Loch Linnhe in Kingairloch.|
It is part of a horseshoe ridge around Glen Galmadale which includes the Corbetts Fuar Bheinn and Creach Bheinn. It would therefore normally be climbed as part of a traverse of this ridge.
The bridge across the Glengalmadale River on the B8043 provides parking and a suitable start point.
Beinn na Cloiche
|Beinn na Cloiche is an extremely remote hill lying between Blackwater Reservoir to the S and Loch Treig to the N.|
Although it is many km from the nearest road, access can be gained from Corrour railway station to the E.