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Name:Coraddie [Beinn Bhreac]
Hill number:1440
Height:519m / 1703ft
RHB Section:19C: Loch Fyne to Bute and the Firth of Clyde
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Striven, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five, Yeaman
Grid ref:NS 05007 77859
Summit feature:long rock
Col:148m  NS041820  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 63
(1:25k) OL37S 362N 363S
Observations:mossy knoll 80m NNW at NS 04986 77938 and rock 75m WSW at NS 04937 77827 may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 87 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Unusual hop and skip over Bute... after morning ferry cycled from Rothesay to Colintravie ferry. Up as others using the track, equally found easily drawn to going up to ridge too early, then over trig point and onto Coraddie. Visited both high points. Descended into Milton burn early on return to pick up alternative track on the opposite side of river. Finished with the return cycle and evening boat back to mainland. Wall to wall blue sky and sun, fine late Sept dayN.Morters21/09/2019
All possible tops visited.PGCE23/05/2019
Directly up from the water works track to Meallan Riabhach then along the ridge to Coraddie. A descending traverse back to reach the Milton Burn and water works track.Chris Peart29/03/2019
From Beinn Bhreac (pt507 to south) then north to Stuchdan Capuill. I thought the mossy knoll 75 metres NNW was higher but it was difficult to be sure in the misty visibility.Alan Moore11/04/2018
Parked at Colintraive village hall, and walked up the hill road to the water treatment plant. An ATV track goes a fair way up the hill from there, and then it's fairly easy up the side of the hill on rough sheep pasture. I got over enthusiastic about going upwards and ended up on the ridge at Meallan Riabhach in horizontal snow, and pogging across the bogs on soft snow, yukky. Over Beinn Bhreac, down to the mucky col, and then over a bump to the various summit bumps of Corradie, and bagged the lot to make sure. Nasty direct descent to the stream coming from the summit (many steep drop offs to dodge), then an exasperating walk out across bogs and deep stream ways. Eventually found an ATV track leading across the main river (knee deep) to more bog, then a proper track. Dodged down to the hydro track. Went too far down to the turbine house but it's a dead end, so back tracked to Ardentraive farm and down to the ferry terminal. Good tea and cake in the Colintraive hotel.Gill28/03/2018
Approached from Beinn Bhreach. Nice topography.ger04/05/2017
From Colintraive first to trig then along ridge to summit.I thought that it was higher a further 100m North of the given summit reference.NormanW25/03/2017
Helpful track to water works. Ford Milton Burn a couple 100 metres further on then easy ground by fence to trig. Very boggy between it and Coraddie where there's a choice of 3 tops (no cairns) which look the same height. Take care to avoid gully if taking direct route from summit back to water works.AndrewFinnimore24/03/2017
A beautiful walk up the valley from Colintraive and along the top to summit, then back via trig. Great weather.jenx03/06/2016
Up from Colintraive, track to farm then across to line of new hydro scheme up along the Milton Burn. Easy access therefore to 170m, then across the burn at intake point and easy grass slopes angling direct to the summit. There in just over the hour. Then along the summit ridge to trig on Beinn Bhreac before steeply down aiming to water works and service road at 70m. Alternate way up if avoiding the hydro scheme is preferred.nordicstar03/06/2016
With Mike. Forestry plantation near to B836 recently felled, but not too rough.raffemeister29/05/2015
parked on rough forestry track 027787 firebreak north then open hillside to the top visited 3 high points.robertphillips12/04/2015
From Colintraive with mora.BLACKHILL01/04/2015
parked near ferry. up track towards Aredentraive. There is a 4wd track about 400m NW of burn. Stay on NW and follow up to plateau. Another fine viewpoint. Later C Na CoireachThearlaichdubh28/09/2013
From Colintraive Hotel via Beinn Bhreac trigpoint. Had a perfect pint in hotel afterwards, unusual for Scotland in my experience!Aye Jimmy11/09/2009
Dry, cool, sunny spells, good views, with T&J.iangalbraith28/05/2007
Long run out and back from Colintaive.Eddie25/08/2003
From B Bhreac. Cool SW breeze. Weary trudge down over hags and swamp and up over 2 heaves and down before final ascent to top at 16.00. My 650th Scottish Marilyn.arranc21/03/2003
fine hill & view+15/4/0713/4/08: 3 bumps: N-most is higher. tk from 013793 to 027787, path N to forest bdy then direct to B Bhreac, back via 498m top RHW23/03/2002
Left car at ferry . Followed Allt na Croiche to trig. The 507 spot height could not be found on the ground. As spot height is outside 500m contour maybe erroneous. However Coraddie appears higher on mapgaryhoney16/07/2000
Sick Kid17/06/2020
Simon Winton11/01/2019
Tom Mundell14/03/2015
Trekking toes14/03/2015
G3TQQ (Dave)04/02/2015
Alan Whatley11/04/2013
Tony S06/03/2013
Campbell Singer23/09/2012