Grahams starting with A
|An Cruachan is an extremely remote Graham situated roughly mid-way between Loch Morar and Loch Mullardoch. It lies to the N of the Munro An Socach.|
The most convenient access (but still a considerable distance away) is from Killilan in Glen Elchaig. A bike can be used along this private road as far as Iron Lodge.
If approaching from this direction, it would be but a short detour to include the Graham Carn na Breabaig which lies to the SW of Loch Mhoicean.
|The Torridon Graham An Ruadh-mheallan lies just over 2km to the NW of Beinn Alligin by which it is very much overshadowed.|
Its rounded summit ridge is surrounded by crags on all sides with the exception of the S from where an ascent can be made starting from near the Bealach na Gaoithe on the minor road from Torridon to Diabaig.
|An Stac is a remote hill rising from the SE corner of Loch Morar.|
It is craggy on all sides and has a narrow W ridge running down to where Gleann Taodhail meets Gleann Cul an Staca.
The neighbouring Graham Meith Bheinn lies to the W and the two could possibly be combined in a single trip.
Access is possible from either Glen Pean to the E starting at the W end of Loch Arkaig, or from the SW starting at the W end of Loch Eilt. Both approaches are long.
|Andrewhinney Hill lies to the E of Moffat and is one of four Grahams in the Ettrick Hills.|
It is the highest point of a long ridge which rises to the E of the A708 Moffat to Selkirk road and lies directly across the road from the Corbett White Coomb.
Any convenient parking spot on the A708 to the W can be used for access.
|Aodann Chleireig lies at the NW end of Loch Eil and forms a SE facing horseshoe around Coire Chur.|
The Graham Meall Onfhaidh lies just over 2km to the NE and the two could be included in a single trip.
The most convenient point of access is from Fassfern on the N side of Loch Arkaig.