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The Corbett Almanac

Cameron McNeish

Published March 1st 1998
ISBN : 9781897784143
Hardcover
160 pages
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The author details the 220 Corbetts which exist in Scotland. These hills between 2500 and 2999 feet high are amongst the most popular and accessible since they are often a good afternoons exercise as opposed to the generally more testing and tryingMoreThe author details the 220 Corbetts which exist in Scotland. These hills between 2500 and 2999 feet high are amongst the most popular and accessible since they are often a good afternoons exercise as opposed to the generally more testing and trying Munros which are frequently situated in more extreme terrain. The book covers Scotland on a regional basis, usually around a town which is well suited to accommodating hillwalkers. These areas are: The Southern Uplands- Arrochar- Crianlarich, Tyndrum and Bridge of Orchy- Strathyre and Loch Earn- Rannoch and Glen Lyon- Killin- Etive and Glen Coe- Loch Trieg and Loch Ossian- Loch Ericht and Drumochter- Pitlochy, Tarff and Tilt- Cairnwell, Glenshee and Lochnagar- Norther Cairngorms- Southern Cairngorms- Glen Roy, Laggan and Monadhiliath- Loch Lochy- Loch Arkaig and Loch Eil- Ardgour, Moidart and Loch Sheil- Knoydart and Loch Quoich- Glen Sheil- Glen Affric and Strathfarar- Achnashellach, Torridon and Applecross- Dundonnell and Fisherfield- The Fannichs and Ullapool- Assynt and the Far North- The Islands. Gaelic pronunciations are given with Ordnance Survey references, ascent and descent times, maps and stalking information.