Healabhal Bheag

Healabhal Bheag
MacLeaod's Tables in mist from across Loch Dunvegan. Healabhal Bheag is at centre left.
Elevation 489 m (1,604 ft)
Prominence c. 464 m
Parent peak Sgurr Alasdair
Listing Marilyn
Location North Skye, Scotland
OS grid NG224421

Healabhal Bheag is a hill located on the Duirinish peninsula of Skye in the Inner Hebrides. It is also known as MacLeod's Table South and is part of the prominent pair of peaks known as MacLeod's Tables that dominate the views to the west of Dunvegan and to the north of the Harlosh peninsula.[1][2]



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