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Keyword: Corbetts

Ballachulish February 2022  

Had a lovely week in Scotland bagging Corbetts Beinn Trilleachan Beinn Odhar Beinn an Lochain 901.7m (fantastic winter day out) probably the very best Corbett i’ve met. And a few nice low level walks around Ballachulish and Oban too.  

Bank Holidays 2022  

For the Jubilee Bank holiday we went up to Kingussie for a week: Meall na Leitreach 777.1m (2549ft) Beinn Teallach 914.6m (3000ft) Geal Charn (1049m) and Beinn a’ Chlachair 1087m (3566ft) Stob Coire Sgriodain 979m (3212ft) and Chno Dearg 1046m (3431ft) And a few lower level walks including Craigellachie (496m) from Aviemore;  Creag Bheag (487m) from Kingussie; and a » read more »

Braemar – Easter 2023  

This Easter we went to Braemar to bag some Munros & Corbetts: Benvane 821m (2693ft) Corbett this GPX route: Tolmount 958m (3143ft) & Tom Buidhe 957m (3139ft) via Glas Maol 1068m (3504ft) and Cairn of Claise 1064m (3490ft) and back. this GPX route: Morrone 859.5m (2820ft) Corbett this GPX route: Creag Choinnich 538m (1765ft) and Creag » read more »

February at Torlundy 2023  

We took a week off at February and stayed at Torlundy near Fort William. Creag Mac Ranaich 808.6m (Corbett) Na Gruagaichean 1054.3m and Binnein Mòr 1130m – using this route… Ben Nevis north face #4 Gully – super grade 1 winter climb in perfect weather… Sgùrr Mhic Bharraich 779m (Corbett) Nice bit of Great Glen way from Fort » read more »

Spean Bridge Easter 2022  

Easter week away bagging Corbetts: Meall na Leitreach from Dalnaspidal Two Càrn Deargs in Glen Roy (truly dull lumps) Walk from Fort Willam to Spean Bridge along the Great Glen Way and disuused Railway lines. Sgùrr an Utha with its fantastic twisty schitst, micas and garnetts The “Innsey Wincies”: Cruach Innse & Sgùrr Innse with » read more »

Author: Phil Newby