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Ben Stack
Ben Stack is an iconic hill which rises steeply from Loch Stack to the E.

It has a long ridge running approximately NW to SE. The NE side is continuously steep and craggy.

Best access is via the SE ridge starting from the A838 at the S end of Loch Stack.

Ben Venue
Lying at the heart of the Trossachs, Ben Venue is a popular hill situated between Loch Ard to the S and Loch Katrine to the N.

It has twin tops of almost identical height, but although the SE top has the trig point, it is the NW top which is the higher by 2m.

On a clear day, the summit offers superb views across the Trossachs and towards the Crianlarich Munros to the NW.

It is normally climbed either from Ledard to the S or from the Loch Achray Hotel to the E.

Binnein Shios
The twin Grahams of Binnein Shios and Binnein Shuas lie sandwiched between Loch Laggan to the NW and Lochan na Earba to the SE.

As well as being the higher of the two, Binnein Shuas is also more craggy.

Nearest access is from the bridge over the River Spean at Luiblea.

Binnein Shuas
The twin Grahams of Binnein Shuas and Binnein Shios lie sandwiched between Loch Laggan to the NW and Lochan na Earba to the SE.

Binnein Shuas is the more craggy of the two, and presents a steep face to Loch Laggan.

Access would normally be via the bridge over the River Spean near Luiblea.

Biod an Fhithich
Biod an Fhithich rises steeply from the road on the S side of Glen Shiel.

Its main feature is a long narrow N ridge which runs all the way down to Shiel Bridge.

Biod an Fhithich is actually a north-easterly continuation of the Forcan Ridge which is used as an ascent route to the Munro The Saddle. Indeed most walkers intent on climbing The Saddle will have passed the summit of Biod an Fhithich by a mere few hundred metres to the S.

Blackcraig Hill
Blackcraig Hill lies to the S of New Cumnock in E Ayrshire and rises on the E side of Glen Afton.

Unusually for hills in this area, it is craggy, particularly on the W side towards Glen Afton.

A track starting from Blackcraig in Glen Afton provides most convenient access.

Blackhope Scar
Blackhope Scar is one of the Moorfoot Hills which lie N of the A72 road between Peebles and Galashiels.

This is an area of high and largely featureless moorland.

Access is possible from the NW using tracks beginning at Moorfoot at the S end of the Gladhouse Reservoir, or from the B7007 road to the NW at Windy Slack.

Blath Bhalg
Blath Bhalg is situated to the NE of Pitlochry and S of the A924 Pitlochry to Bridge of Cally road.

It has 2 tops approximately 500m apart with the E top being the higher.

The A924 Pitlochry to Bridge of Cally road to the N provides the best point of access.

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