|Beinn na Caillich|
View of Beinn na Caillich (on the right) from the ferry slipway near Glenelg, August 2008
|Elevation||732 m (2,402 ft)|
|Prominence||154 m (505 ft) |
|English translation||hill of the old woman|
|Language of name||Gaelic|
|Topo map||OS Landranger 33, Explorer 412/413|
Beinn na Caillich is a mountain at the eastern end of the Isle of Skye, in Scotland. It is situated to the west of Kyle Rhea, about 4 km south-east of Kyleakin. Confusingly, there is another hill named Beinn na Caillich on Skye with an identical height in the Red Cuillin, 4 km west of Broadford.
It is often climbed along with its slightly higher neighbour, Sgurr na Coinnich, which is 1 km to the south-west.