A significant mountain massif in Assynt in the North West Highlands, Breabag rises to 815m (2673 feet) 3 miles (5 km) northeast of Ledmore and 4 miles (6.5 km) south southeast of Inchnadamph. Classified as a Corbett, a relatively easy ascent from the west gives way to precipitous and craggy eastern slopes that fall into a succession of corries. Subsidiary summits are located along a ridge between a mile (1.5 km) and 2¼ miles (3.5 km) north northeast of the main summit reach 673m (2208 feet), 718m (2355 feet), 709m (2326 feet) and 649m (2129 feet). The River Oykel rises to the east.

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