Beinn na Caillich

Beinn na Caillich is a prominent hill rising to 332m (1089 feet) only a mile (1.5 km) west of McArthur's Head, which is on the east coast of Islay. It comprises three summits along a ridge which extends west to Glas Bheinn. The name is Gaelic and means "mountain of the old woman". A half-mile (0.8 km) to the southwest is Gleann Dubh.

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