Munro Climbing

Munro Climbing

Munros on Corrour Estate

A Munro is a Scottish mountain with a height over 3000 feet (914.4 meters). They are named after Sir Hugh Munro (1856-1919), who produced the first attempt at an exhaustive catalogue of such hills, known as Munro's Tables, in 1891.

Stob Coire Sgriodian (Peak of the Corrie of Scree) 3211 ft
Chno Dearg (Red Nut) 3433 ft
Chno Dearg (with top Meall Garbh) (Delightful Hill) 3206 ft
Carn Dearg (Red Hill) 3080 ft
Sgor Ghaibre (Peak of the Goat) 3124 ft
Sgor Ghaibre (with top) (Peak of the moss) 3040 ft
Beinn Eibhinn (Mottled Hill) 3066 ft

Corbetts & Grahams

Distinct Corbetts must have a 500ft drop between them. A Graham is a separate mountain over 2,000ft. The Corbetts are named after John Rooke Corbett who in 1930 became the first person to climb all the 2000-feet-high peaks in Scotland. The Grahams are named after Fiona Torbet (nee Graham) who published her own list of these peaks in the early 1990s.

Leum Uilleim 2982 ft
Creag An Amair 2099 ft
Creagan Nan Nead 2132 ft
Meall Chaorach 2673 ft
Meall Dhearcaig 2411 ft

Interesting view points

Sron Nan Gall 1348 ft
Meall Na Lice 1916 ft

A word of caution - If you are unfamiliar with mountain climbing in Scotland, our experienced staff will advise you on the correct equipment and clothing before attempting a Munro or Corbett.

For more information on walking in Scotland here are some helpful links:

Scotland's Munros »
Munro Magic »
Hill walking the Munros and Corbetts »

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