Grahams starting with M
Meall nan Damh
|Meall nan Damh rises to the NE of Cona Glen in Ardgour to the SE of Glenfinnan.|
It has a summit ridge which runs E to W and has tops of almost identical height at each end of the ridge. It is that to the E which is the highest by just 1m!
Both of these tops emanate ridges to the NE.
A third and much lower top further E also has a NE ridge which leads to the Graham Glas Bheinn with which it could readily be climbed.
Tracks leading S from Callop just off the A830 to the N provide the nearest access.
Meall nan Eagan
|Meall nan Eagan lies between Dalwhinnie and Kinloch Laggan at the E end of Loch Laggan.|
It lies to the N of the Corbett The Fara with which it could be included.
Access is possible using tracks from either Dalwhinnie or Kinloch Laggan.
Meall nan Eun
|Meall nan Eun is situated between Loch Hourn and Glen Barrisdale.|
It lies to the W of the Corbett Sgurr nan Eugallt with which an ascent could be combined.
Meall nan Gabhar
|Meall nan Gabhar lies to the SW of the Munro Beinn a' Chleibh to which it presents a steep and craggy face. This is in contrast to the more gentler slopes to the SW.|
In addition to the southerly top of Meall nan Tighearn, the summit ridge has a further 3 tops of which the middle is the highest.
An isolated hill, approaches are possible from either Glen Falloch to the SE or Glen Lochy to the NW. The latter gives a much shorter approach, although forestry may restrict access.
|Situated approx 3km west of Tyndrum, Meall Odhar is overshadowed by Ben Lui and other high surrounding hills.|
Whilst it has rounded slopes to the W, S and E, Meall Odhar presents a craggy face N to Glen Lochy.
Forestry on all sides necessitates identifying a suitable fire-break by which to ascend.
|Meall Onfhaidh occupies a central position between Loch Eil and Loch Arkaig. It lies SE of the Munro Gulvain to which it presents steep slopes.|
A short ridge runs SE from the summit before steeper slopes drop down to Gleann Suileag.
The Corbett Meall a' Phubuill lies just over 2km to the NE whilst the Graham Aodann Chleireig lies a similar distance to the SW and either could be included in a trip.
The most convenient point of access is from Fassfern on the N side of Loch Arkaig.
|Meall Reamhar lies to the E of the A826 Crieff to Aberfeldy road and like its nearby Graham neighbour Meall nan Caorach is a mere rise in a surrounding tract of high ground.|
It lies only 1km to the SW of the Meall nan Caorach via a col at 470m and both could easily be combined in one trip.
|Meall Tairbh is situated to the SW of Bridge of Orchy.|
The summit lies at the S end of a ridge which rises from the Inveroran Hotel to the N and which is also the closest point of access.
Meallan a' Chuail
|Meallan a' Chuail lies to the W of Loch Merkland. Its main feature is its long ridge which runs N to S. The E side of this ridge drops down steeply to Lochain Meallan a' Chuail.|
The summit lies 2.5km to the E of the Corbett Beinn Leoid and the same distance to the SW of the Graham Meall an Fheur Loch and either or both could be included in the same trip.
Most convenient access is via a stalker's path which starts at the A838 W of Loch Merkland at NC357333.
|Duchray Hill (or Mealna Letter) lies E of the A93 road to the SE of Spittal Glenshee.|
It is a cross shaped hill, having a main ridge running SW to NE with a smaller ridge running NW to SE. These ridges converge at the summit.
Access is possible from the B951 Glen Isla road.
As the Graham Mount Blair lies 4km S of Duchray Hill (on the other side of the B951), the two could readily be combined in a single outing.