Category Archives: Corbetts and other hills

The Corbett’s are they harder than the Munro’s? What are your favourite ones?

Corbetts are Scottish mountains over 2,500 feet (762 metres) and under 3,000 feet (914.4 metres), with a drop of a least 500 feet (152 metres) between each listed hill and any adjacent higher one. There are 222 summits classified as … Continue reading

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Out on the hills again Aonach Shasuinn Affric .

The hill of the height of the Englishman (Sassanach ) what a great name for me it was a hard day. You are supposed to climb its neighbour as well in the same day Carn a Coire Gharb. Yesterday my … Continue reading

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Remaining Corbett’s for Mountain Aid

Remaining free Corbetts are A’Chaoirnich [Maol Creag an Loch] Ainshval An Dun An Sidhean Aonach Buidhe Aonach Shasuinn Baosbheinn Beinn a’Bha’ach Ard [Beinn a’Bhathaich Ard] Beinn a’Chaisteil Beinn a’Chuallaich Beinn Airigh Charr Beinn an Eoin Beinn Bhan Beinn Bheula Beinn … Continue reading

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From Corbett’s for Courses About Mountain Aid Mountain Aid is a volunteer-run Scottish Charity with the objective of promoting mountain safety. Providing FREE safety and skills training to outdoor enthusiasts in Scotland. Run wholly by volunteers, 100% of funds raised … Continue reading

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Hi all, We’re nearly halfway there so have decided to extend the challenge until the end of July! Thanks for all your support so far! If you’ve been put off by the poor weather, hopefully this gives you the chance … Continue reading

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It was pouring when we got up and it was a planned Moray Mountaineering bus meet to Glen Feshie. The club organised about 10 bus meets every year. Gordon the great “Bus monitor” organises it a thankless task. We managed … Continue reading

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Busy 18 plus hrs 3 plus hrs drive – Loch Arkaig / Loch Arkaig means a lot to me as my Dad trained in 1935/36 as a student minister. He loved the area and took me there in the mid … Continue reading

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