The mountains in Scotland between 2,500 and 3,000 feet high !

Torridon's Beinn Dearg from Gorm-loch Fada The Corbetts are the Scottish hills that have a height of at least 2,500ft but are under the Munro height of 3,000ft. Corbetts also have a drop of 500ft (or 152.4 metres) on all sides. There are 222 Corbetts. There are also Corbett Tops, which can also be subsiduary peaks on Munros !

You may think that these hills would be duller than the higher Munros, and in some cases you'd be right. However, there are some fantastic Corbett mountains : the Cobbler, Quinag, Beinn Damh, Fionaven, Arkle and Goatfell to name but a few.

After re-measurement in early July'16, Cnoc Choinnich (near the Brack and Ben Donich) was given a revised height of 764m (see this article), so a new Corbett peak arrived !

Sail Ghorm from the north See the tabs above to get the Corbetts listed by region, name and height. We'll be adding some new categories soon (eg 'Best Corbetts') !

See all the Corbetts and other hills on an interactive map.

Download a list of all the Corbetts ready for you to tick off (xls) !

Links to other Corbett stuff

Cir Mhor and Goatfell from Caisteal Abhail Corbetts page - on the Scottish Mountaineering Club's website

Database of British and Irish Hills - not just Munros and Corbetts, but lots of hill-lists throughout the UK and Ireland.

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 this website ? Well try here instead.


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