Grahams starting with D
|Doune Hill is the highest 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 Doune Hill along with the neighbouring Beinn Eich, Cruach an t-Sidhein and Beinn Dubh (Mid Hill) may all readily be climbed in one outing.
Druim Fada [Loch Hourn]
|Druim Fada is the name given to the long, rough ridge which bounds Loch Hourn to the N. The 713m summit is unnamed on the OS map and lies towards the E end of the ridge.|
Access can be gained using tracks through Glen Arnisdale to the N.
Druim na Sgriodain
|Druim na Sgriodain rises to the NW of the ferry terminal at Corran in the Ardgour peninsula.|
It is the highest point of a SE facing ridge which encloses Coire Dubh and overlooks Loch Linnhe.
The ferry terminal at Corran is the most obvious start point for a traverse of the ridge, particularly as the short ferry crossing is free for passengers.
|Dun Rig is the highest of the Manor Hills, the sprawling mass of hills which rise to the S of Peebles.|
The most convenient approach is using the track which starts S of Peebles and heads S through Glensax.