Grahams starting with B
Beinn na Feusaige
|Beinn na Feusaige rises above Loch Sgamhain on the N side of Glen Carron.|
Steep S slopes fall away towards Glen Carron which have forestry on the lower reaches.
The Graham Carn Breac lies a few km further W and both could readily be climbed together from near the W end of Loch Sgamhain.
Beinn na Gainimh
|Beinn na Gainimh is situated to the N of Glen Almond.|
It has a flat summit plateau with steep slopes to the N, W and S.
The summit is at the N end of the plateau and is only 5m higher than the S top of Sron Bealaidh.
Beinn na Gucaig
|The long SW ridge of Beinn na Gucaig rises from Loch Linnhe near Inchree.|
The nearest point of access is from Lundavra at the end of the minor road S from Fort William.
Beinn na h-Eaglaise
|Beinn na h-Eaglaise lies at the SE end of Upper Loch Torridon and E of the Corbett Beinn Damh which it faces across Coire Roill.|
The E side of the hill is steep and craggy.
It can easily be reached by a hill track through Coire Roill which starts from the rear of The Torridon Hotel.
Beinn na Muice
|Beinn na Muice is a remote and compact hill which rises from the E end of Loch Morar at the W end of Glen Strathfarrar.|
Despite its remote location, it is possible to drive along Glen Strathfarrar as far as the foot of the hill although access to the Glen W of Inchmore near Struy Bridge is controlled by means of a locked gated beside the Gatekeeper's Cottage.
For current gate opening times, go to http://www.mcofs.org.uk/strathfarrar-access.asp.
Beinn na Sroine
|Beinn na Sroine lies on the N side of Glen Lochy midway between Tyndrum and Dalmally from where a short ascent may be made.|
Beinn na Sroine is in fact a continuation of the SW ridge from the Corbett Beinn Udlaidh which lies to the NE and the two could be combined in a single outing.
Beinn nan Eun
|Beinn nan Eun is a remote hill, the high point of a tract of land to the SW of the Kildermorie Forest.|
It lies to the N of the Munro Ben Wyvis and is separated from the main Wyvis massif by the outflow of Loch Glass.
It is just over 3.5km E of the Graham Carn Loch nan Amhaichean with which it could be climbed.
The Inchbae Lodge on the A835 to the SW provides nearest access.
Beinn nan Lus
|Beinn nan Lus lies to the E of Loch Etive and to the N of Glen Kinglass.|
It is a remote and craggy hill, many km from the nearest public road.
A bike can be used to good effect for access via a track from Taynuilt to the SW which runs NE along Loch Etive before turning through E through Glen Kinglass.
Beinn nan Ramh
|Beinn nan Ramh lies at the SW end of Loch Fannich.|
It has a long ridge which runs ESE down to Loch Fannich.
The shortest approach is from the A832 E of Achnasheen via a track starting at NH199599. This can be cycled to the foot of the hill.
|Beinn Ruadh rises to the E of Loch Eck to which it presents steep slopes.|
It has a long knobbly N ridge.
The lower flanks of the hill are almost entirely surrounded by forestry with the exception of a small break at NS144870 near Inverchapel at the S end of Loch Eck from where access can be gained.