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Walking

The hiking, walking and climbing at Corrour is outstanding. Corrour is surrounded by hills with magnificent views.  If you prefer more sedate exploration, the nineteenth-century estate road runs for five miles around the banks of Loch Ossian and is a wonderful gentle walk.

Please contact the estate office on enquiries@corrour.co.uk or +44 (0) 1397 732 200 for more information.

 

  • MUNRO CLIMBING

    A Munro is a mountain which is at least 3,000 feet. They are named after Sir Hugh Munro (1856-1919), the first person to complete a catalogue of such hills (known as Munro's Tables) in 1891. You can easily access over 20 Munros from the estate. Ben Nevis, the highest peak in the UK, is just an hour’s drive away. A list of all the local Munros is here.

     

    MUNRO CLIMBING
  • CORBETTS AND GRAHAMS

    Corbetts are peaks with a 500ft drop between them. They are named after John Rooke Corbett who in 1930 became the first person to climb all the 2000-feet-high peaks in Scotland.

     

    A Graham is a mountain over 2,000 feet.  They are named after Fiona Torbet (née Graham), who published a list of such peaks in the early 1990s. A list of all the local Corbetts and Grahams is here.

    CORBETTS AND GRAHAMS