Grahams starting with H
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Hartaval
Hartaval is one of two Grahams on The Trotternish Ridge on Skye, a magnificent ridge running N to S on the Trotternish peninsula in the NE of the island. The ridge falls to the E in steep cliffs and buttresses almost entirely along its length.

The Graham The Storr (which is the highest point on the ridge) lies just under 2km to the SE across the Bealach a' Chuirn, and it makes sense to climb the two together, although a complete traverse of the ridge has much to commend itself.

A car park at the N end of Loch Leathan on the A855 Staffin road provides the most convenient access.

Hill of Wirren
Hill of Wirren is a flat topped hill lying between Glen Clova to the W and Glen Esk to the E.

It has a complex topology, with ridges emanating in several directions from the summit area.

Tracks and paths to the south may be used for access.

Hunt Hill
Lying to the W of Glen Mark and to the S of Glen Lee, Hunt Hill's most impressive feature is its imposing E face from the foot of which the Falls of Unich tumble to the Water of Lee and then on to Loch Lee.

Nearest access is from the car park at the end of the public road through Glen Esk.

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