Local nameSheabhal
LocationScotland, UK

Heaval is the highest hill on the Outer Hebridean island of Barra, Scotland. The highest point is 383 metres high above sea level and it is located 1.5 km northeast of Castlebay.

It is most easily ascended from the south east, from the summit of a 102 m high road pass on the A888 about 1 km east of Castlebay. There is a signposted car park nearby. About halfway up the ridge, there is a white statue of the Virgin and Child. Near the top, the ridge becomes steep, but any difficulties can be bypassed on the south side.

The two other hills on Barra with more than 150 metres of reascent are Ben Tangaval in the west, and Ben Cliad in the north. Another hill, Theisabhal Mor is on Vatersay, which is linked to Barra by a causeway.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heaval

Address HS9 5, United Kingdom

Coordinates 56°57'58.754" N -7°28'6.964" E

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