Old Boundary Fence on the Ridge to the Graham Creag Mhor from the Corbett Beinn Stacath (Stob Fear-tomhais) Scottish Highlands.

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Old Boundary Fence on the Ridge to the Graham Creag Mhor from the Corbett Beinn Stacath (Stob Fear-tomhais) Scottish Highlands.
Antonio Siwiak / Alamy Stock Photo
Image ID: HGBKHK
A Corbett is a Scottish Mountain between 2500ft (762m) and 3000ft (914m) with a drop of at least 500ft (152.4m) of which they are 220 and take there name from John Rooke Corbett who first classified them. A Graham is a Scottish Mountain between 2000ft (606m) and 2500ft (762m) and is named after Fiona Torbet (nee Graham) who published her own list of these peaks in the early 1990s.
Location: Balquhidder, Trossachs National Park, Scottish Highlands Scotland, UK.