Grahams starting with M
Meall Doire Faid
|Meall Doire Faid rises to the NE of Braemore Junction on the A835 Ullapool road.|
From the summit, a ridge leads to the SE top of Meall nan Doireachan (712m).
It is approximately 1.5km S of the Corbett Beinn Enaiglair and the two could readily be climbed together.
The car park at Braemore Junction proves the most convenient approach using the track which runs NW from there.
|Meall Dubh lies to the E of Loch Broom, SE of Ullapool.|
The flat summit of the hill is unnamed on the OS map, with the name Meall Dubh being given to a 642m top some 2km to the NW.
The most convenient access is from Inverlael on the A835 at the S end of Loch Broom from where forestry tracks lead to the SW flank of the hill.
|A popular hill locally, Meall Fuar-mhonaidh lies on the W side of Loch Ness between Invermoriston and Drumnadrochit.|
It has a long summit ridge which runs parallel to the loch and steep slopes which drop down W to Loch nam Breac Dearga.
The Graham Glas-bheinn Mhor lies approximately 2km to the NW and the two could readily be combined in a route.
Forestry along the W side of Loch Ness prevents direct access, although hill paths from near Balbeg to the NE can be used for access.
|Meall Garbh is a remote Graham rising above Glenkinglass Lodge on the S side of Glen Kinglass.|
Its N flanks are rough and craggy.
Possible approaches can be made from Victoria Bridge to the NE, or from the B8077 road at the S end of Glen Strae.
|Meall Mheinnidh is a remote hill on the NE side of Loch Maree.|
The NE aspect of the hill falls steeply at first in craggy slopes down towards Fionn Loch.
It lies midway between the Corbetts Beinn Airigh Charr and Beinn Lair, either of which could be included in a long expedition.
Poolewe to the NW provides the nearest access, and a bike would be useful at least as far as Kernsary.
Meall Mor [Ben Wyvis]
|Meall Mor lies to the NE of the Ben Wyvis massif and forms a ridge sandwiched between Loch Glass to the SW and Loch Morie to the NE.|
The SE ridge hosts a large wind farm.
Tracks from either Boath to the E or Glen Glass to the SE can be used to gain access to the SE ridge of the hill.
Meall Mor [Glencoe]
|Meall Mor lies due S of Glencoe Village and is seen directly ahead when passing the turn off for the Clachaig Inn when driving W along the A82.|
Its summit ridge forms a horseshoe around a corrie on the N side.
Due to its proximity to the Graham Sgorr a' Choise, the 2 may be readily combined together.
Meall Mor [Loch Katrine]
|Meall Mor lies to the E of Glen Gyle at the NW end of Loch Katrine. Despite being awkwardly situated for easy access, a bicycle can be used if approaching from Stronachlachar to the S.|
It offers good views towards the Crianlarich Munros which lie to the N.
Meall na Faochaig
|Meall na Faochaig lies to the N of Strathconon and is characterised by its long NW ridge and steep slopes dropping down N towards Gleann Meinich.|
The Corbett Meallan nan Uan lies to the N on the other side of Gleann Meinich and both could be climbed in one outing.
It is readily accessed from the S from the minor road which runs through Strathconon.
Meall nan Caorach
|Meall nan Caorach lies to the E of the A826 Crieff to Aberfeldy road and is the highest point of a vast tract of high land.|
It lies only 1km to the NE of Meall Reamhar via a col at 470m and both could easily be climbed in one trip.