(Trollaval, Trollabhal)

A rocky Graham peak which forms part of massif known as the Rum Cuillin, Trallval (also Trollaval, Gael: Trollabhal) rises to 702m (2303 feet) at the head of Glen Dibidil, 3 miles (5 km) southwest of Kinloch and a mile (1.5 km) west of the islands highest mountain, Askival, to which it is connected to Askival by Bealach an Oir. Its northern slopes drop into Glen Harris.

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