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Sabhal Beag
The most northerly of the Grahams, Sabhal Beag lies in the predominantly Corbett territory of NW Sutherland.

It is actually higher than its namesake Sabhal Mhor (meaning Big Barn), a 703m top on the SE ridge of the neighbouring Corbett Meall Horn to the W. The two are separated by a high bealach.

Given the proximity of the Corbett, the two hills could readily be combined in a single trip.

Scaraben
Scaraben is located near the far NE coast.

Its main feature is its long E to W ridge. This ridge has 3 tops with the summit at the centre.

Due to its proximity to the Graham Morven, it would make sense to climb the two together.

Braemore to the NE at the end of the minor road from Dunseith provides the most convenient point of access.

Sgiath a' Chaise
The long N to S ridge of Sgiath a' Chaise lies between Strathyre to the W and Glen Ample to the E.

It is very much over shadowed to the E by the neighbouring Munros of Ben Vorlich and Stuc 'a Chroin and also the Corbett Beinn Each.

Sgiath a' Chaise is a prominent landmark when driving N on the A84 from Callander to Lochearnhead.

There is much forestry on the W side of the ridge but access from Glen Ample to the E is more straightforward.

Sgorr a' Choise
Sgorr a' Choise lies to the S of Ballachulish village from where it is readily accessed by a track running S.

It's SW ridge presents a steep face to Gleann an Fhiodh.

Due to its proximity to the Graham Meall Mor, the two may easily be climbed together.

Sgorr Mhic Eacharna
Sgorr Mhic Eacharna lies in Ardgour rising to the S of Glen Gour.

Along with the Corbett Garbh Bheinn and the Graham Beinn Bheag, Sgorr Mhic Eacharna forms a rough SE facing horseshoe ridge around Coire an Iubhair.

Most convenient access is from the A861 road to the S from where a track heads up in to Coire an Iubhair.

Sgorr na Ciche
The prominent cone of Sgorr na Ciche (Pap of Glencoe) is an unmistakable landmark when driving along the A82 from Ballachulish.

It can be climbed as a fitting end piece to the traverse of the Aonach Eagach ridge of which it is a continuation, or climbed in a single shorter outing.

On its own, it would normally be climbed from the edge of the forest near Glencoe Village on the minor road to the Clachaig Inn.

Sgurr a' Chaorainn
Sgurr a' Chaorainn is situated at the heart of Corbett territory in Ardgour.

It lies at the W end of ridge emanating from the Corbett Beinn na h-Uamha (the lowest of the Corbetts) which lies just over 2km to the E. It also lies just under 2km across Glenn Mhic Phail from the Corbett Sgurr Dhomhnuill.

A car park at the end of the minor road NE of Strontian provides nearest access.

Sgurr a' Gharaidh
Sgurr a' Gharaidh lies N of the village of Lochcarron at the N end of Loch Carron.

To the S of the summit is an area of many knolls and lochans which rises towards the summit before falling away sharply to the N.

The S end of Loch an Loin on the A896 Lochcarron to Shieldaig road is the most convenient point of access.

Sgurr an Fhidhleir
Sgurr an Fhidhleir is a shapely peak whose summit lies on the brink of cliffs which fall E towards Lochan Tuath.

As the summit lies just over 1km N of the Graham Ben Mor Coigach, the two may readily be climbed together.

The closest approach is from the end of the minor road at Culnacraig SE of Achiltilbuie.

Sgurr Choinich
Sgurr Choinich is the highest of 3 Grahams on the N side of Loch Arkaig. It rises from Loch Arkaig in a broad, featureless ridge.

It has a craggy N corrie.

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