GrahamA Graham is a Scottish hill with a height between 2000ft (610m) and 2499ft (761m) with a drop of 150m on all sides. The Grahams are a subset of the Marylins. The Grahams in Southern Scotland are also classified as Donalds. There are 224 Grahams in total.
The Grahams were named in memory of Fiona Torbett (nee Graham) who created a list of 2000ft hills in the Highlands. However the list used is the Marylins within the specified height range and covers the whole of Scotland.
Due to their inferior height the Grahams are often regarded as the poor relation to Corbetts and Munros. However a few are well formed and stick out from the crowd.
- The Old Man of Storr (719m) part of the Trotternish Penisula the north of the Isle of Skye.
- Suilven (731m) sticks up dramatically from the countryside around it in sutherland (one of the remotest parts of Britain.