Grahams starting with G
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Gathersnow Hill
The wonderfully named Gathersnow Hill is one of the Culter Hills which lie to the S of Biggar.

Gathersnow Hill lies approximately 3.5km to the S of Culter Fell, the other Graham in the Culter Fells, and the two could readily be climbed together.

Possible approaches are from the minor road to the NW just south of Culter Allers Farm or from the E starting at the end of the public road near Glenkirk.

Geallaig Hill
Geallaig Hill lies to the N of the A93 between Braemar and Ballater.

A track beginning on the B876 near Braenaloin at NJ281000 takes you almost all the way to the summit.

Glas Bheinn [Ardgour]
Glas Bheinn lies at the SE end of Loch Eil and to the W of Glen Garvan.

A ridge extends SW towards the Graham Meall nan Damh with which it could be climbed.

Tracks leading S from Callop just off the A830 to the N provide the nearest access.

Glas Bheinn [Loch Arkaig]
Glas Bheinn lies at the NE end of Loch Arkaig to the W of Gleann Cia-aig.

It is one of 3 Grahams on the N shore of the loch.

The main ridge runs N to S and lies at the heart of a horseshoe route around the Corbetts Meall na h-Eilde and Geal Charn with which it could be combined.

Glas-bheinn Mhor
Glas-bheinn Mhor lies to the W of Loch Ness.

It is separated from the Graham Meall Fuar-mhonaidh (with which it could be combined) by Loch nam Breac Dearga.

Hill paths starting from near Balbeg to the NE provide the most convenient access.

Glas-charn
Glas-charn lies between Loch Beoraid to the NW and Loch Eilt to the SW.

It has steep slopes down towards both lochs, although the summit is merely the highest point of undulating high ground.

The A830 to the W of Glenfinnan provides convenient access from near the bridge over the Allt Feith a' Chatha.

Green Lowther
Green Lowther is the highest of the Lowther Hills which rise to the west of the A74.

The nearest access is from the village of Wanlockhead. As Scotland's highest village at 467m, this makes a very convenient start point, particularly as an access road from here to service the masts which adorn the summit area leads right to the top.

Groban
Groban is a remote hill situated between the Fisherfield Munros to the W and the Fannich Munros which lie to the E.

It is a rounded hill with a summit ridge running roughly N to S.

It lies just under 2km across the Bealach Gorm from the Graham Beinn Bheag and both could easily be combined in a single trip.

The closest approach is from the A832 road to the N, near the NE end of Loch a' Bhraoin.

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