Grahams starting with T
|The Buck lies right on the Moray / Aberdeenshire border, rising as the highest point from surrounding moorland.|
The B9002 road to the N offers the nearest and shortest ascent with a starting height of around 400m.
|The Stob lies to the W of Balquhidder on the N side of Loch Voil and is part of the Braes of Balquhidder.|
It has an undulating ridge running N to S.
The summit (marked on the map as Meall na Frean) lies approx 1km N of the S top Stob Caol.
|The Storr is the highest point on The Trotternish Ridge, a magnificent ridge running N to S on the Trotternish peninsula of Skye.|
The ridge falls to the E in steep cliffs and buttresses almost entirely along its length.
The Storr lies on the ridge directly to the W of The Old Man of Storr, an iconic pillar of rock which rises to 535m.
The Trotternish Ridge contains one other Graham, Hartaval, and as this lies just under 2km to the NW across the Bealach a' Chuirn, it makes sense to climb the two together. However 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.
|Tinto is a familiar landmark rising above the Lanarkshire countryside.|
Due to its stature and proximity to the central belt, it is a popular hill with a well-worn track right to the summit.
The summit boasts one of the largest cairns on any hill, and one which is thought to date back to prehistoric times.
The usual route of ascent is from the N beginning at the car park near Fallburn.
|Tiorga Mor (or Tirga Mor) is one of three Grahams on North Harris.|
The summit lies at the S end of a long ridge which rises from Loch Reasort to the N. From the summit, there are also ridges out to the NW and SE, the latter enclosing Loch Maolaig.
A track starting from the B887 road to the SW at the E side of Loch Leosavay provides convenient access.
|Tom Meadhoin is situated to the NE of Ballachulish on the N side of Loch Leven.|
It is the westerly continuation of the E to W ridge on which the Corbett Mam na Gulainn is also situated just under 3km to the E. An ascent of both could easily be combined.
|The only Graham on the Isle of Rum, Trollaval is part of the Rum Cuillin.|
It is almost equally equidistant from the island's two Corbetts, Askival and Ainshval, and from which it is separated by high bealachs the E and S.
Along with the two Corbetts, Trollaval forms a horseshoe around Glen Dibidil.
Owing to it's remote location, Trollaval would almost certainly be climbed with the two Corbetts.
|Tullich Hill is situated to the N of Glen Douglas and along with Beinn Bhreac is sandwiched between Loch Long to the W and Loch Lomond to the E.|
It lies close enough to Beinn Bhreac to allow the two to be climbed in one outing.