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Name:Corlick Hill
Hill number:5018
Height:303m / 994ft
Parent (Ma):1679  Hill of Stake
RHB Section:27A: Ayr to the River Clyde
County/UA:Inverclyde (UA)
Catchment:Clyde
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Yeaman
(Hu,Tu,3,Y)
Grid ref:NS 29051 72847
Summit feature:ground within 1m of trig point
Drop:108m
Col:195m  NS264718  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 63
(1:25k) 341N
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 63 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From start of track at 270739 with J. Pleasant stroll with great views from the top.sclater30/06/2020
Mother's Day walk. We started at W side of Gryffe resv. 1 with dogs over to dam. Path disintegrates after a few fences. Tried my best to run up Corlick but past few months I've been petty inactive. Back same way; approx. 8.1km.iangpark22/03/2020
Parked at the end of the track to Whitelees Cottage. Pleasant walk up and back. Misty day.LizH27/11/2019
From roadside parking NS270740.summitsup17/08/2019
From 270739, assumed OK to drive up towards mask in the absence of any evident objection, but apprehended by guy at Whitelees for making that assumption. Returned to start then cycled to foot of hill.Topographer5707/05/2019
Nearly killed by golf ball sliced from Whinhill golf course which walking down old Largs road after being up Corlick hill. Ball bounced once on road and missed my head bu inches.russell6123/06/2018
Up track past cottage. Hot and hazy but a fine hill.hillsman30/05/2018
10th and final tump of the day on a 37.2km route from Kilbarchan to Greenock, climbing Barnbrock Hill, Law Hill, Barlogon Hill, Craig Muir, Barscube Hill, Knockmountain, Craigmarloch, Jock's Craig and Cairncurran Hill,descending over rough ground to cross at Eastern end of Gryff reservoir (no.2) then North, meeting track from Mansfield Bridge before ascending last section. Lovely views and lighting and a nice one to complete Inverclyde U/a on. Descent Wnw on track then obvious track before descending more steeply through wilder terrain to find hole in fence at NS28657 74471 to emerge next to boarded up property and onto Aberfoyle road then Kilmacolm road to finish at Whinhill station. Next train was in 40 mins but nice Airbnb host picked me up and I stayed in Port Glasgow overnight. Great day!Dazingdale27/05/2018
From SE. Mist from start to finish.RobertP22/12/2017
From West of whitelees on a very icy road.NormanW08/12/2017
Up track past Whitelees Cottage on cool morning.Grand little hill but much of views west and south obscured by mist.With Bridget.catman05/12/2016
With Catman.rosiebridge05/12/2016
From the W along track. Heatwave 28 deg!jimbloomer06/06/2016
Gate at road 🔒 lockedMartin R18/04/2016
Easy bag from the west before walking the Greenock Cut. Track nearly to the top, fine mixed views.hils04/01/2016
With Jimmy McPaul at sunset after drive in two thirds of track from west and walked final km. And a chilly brisk breeze there was toovegibagger28/05/2015
with Lindagrimjimm23/05/2015
up from mansfield bridge with renee.robertphillips31/01/2015
Drumfrochar to Branchton. Looped Whiteless Moor from Golf Club in overcast conditions.Smudge29/11/2014
Train to Whinhill. Should have headed for Jura Place290743 - top right corner where there is a gate in the fence, then head up and right till you meet a water board road among some gorse. Go over the col and then up to trig. Fantastic views to North if it had been clearer. 2 hrs station to summit and back. Would be pleasant evening stroll from MansfieldThearlaichdubh16/02/2014
Suzanne and I made a late decision to go for a wander in the afternoon sunshine and this was a lovely stroll in crisp icy conditions that slowed us down a little, meaning we only just got back in the twilight. Fantastic views north to Ben Lomond.andy17/12/2011
Old Largs Road signs above the town to its end at a mast enclosure. A further 1,000m to Corlick Hill sign, on a wet track and final steep path to top. 14.00. Clyde, Greenock and Helensburgh.arranc24/02/2011
Parked at Mansfield Bridge. Soon lost the path (under snow). Really hard going - crust - sometimes up to my knees. Coming back I found the path indicated by the ruins of a wall.chrisbien02/04/2010
Very misty day with zero visibility - revisited 1/3/08 and 24/1/10 - for the cracking view.SlainteJimmy11/10/2007
Track from Loch Thom road to W.agentmancuso20/05/2006
fine compact summit, nice view; nice circular sheepfold below summit cone to W. from W (gate, private), tarmac road past cottage, grassy track then path to summit RHW25/12/2005
Climbed on two occasionsFlyingrabbitblank
EasternHiker10/05/2020
weaselmaster04/04/2020
Sick Kid04/04/2020
Dave McG17/12/2019
Crumblie228/11/2019
PeterAH27/11/2019
AndyS01/05/2019
Tom Mundell23/03/2019
Trekking toes23/03/2019
Kompass17/01/2019
Aqyx26/05/2018
cmac12/05/2018
49pp18/02/2018
thelonious28/10/2017
Duncolm26/10/2017
carole engel25/08/2017
Liam4219/04/2017
mae03/06/2016
Alan Whatley02/06/2016
linda23/05/2015
irobbo28/11/2014
Kiltie02/05/2013
ajwxyzt28/04/2013