Beinn Ghobhlach may be only 635 metres high but it has the feel and distinctive shape of a real mountain; its position on the Scoraig peninsula between the two Loch Brooms makes it a fantastic viewpoint.
Very rough, pathless terrain with a great deal of tough heather, bogs and steep ground.
None to start.
End of minor road to Badrallach.
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