The Corbetts are the Scottish hills that are between 2,500ft to 3,000ft in height. You may think that these hills would be much duller than the munros, and in some cases you'd be right. However, for a hill to be classified a Corbett, is must also have at least 500ft of ascent from the surrounding ground. There are some fantastic Corbetts : the Cobbler, Quinag, Beinn Damh, Fionaven and Goatfell to name a few. So here's a section of the website for these peaks - it is not complete, but will be built up over the next few months.
A list of the Corbetts by region, name and height.
See all the Corbetts and other hills on a clickable map.
Download a list of all the corbetts ready for you to tick off !
Links to other corbett stuff :
Corbetts info - on the Scottish Mountaineering Club's website
Sub 3000 - The Wee Hill Basher's site
The Corbett Round 2009 - Manny Gorman's blog on setting the record for the fastest round of Corbetts
Munro Magic - Can't find the corbett route you want in my website ? Well try here instead.
Angry Corrie - Hillwalking fanzine unleashed in 1991 and still going strong