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Hill number:503
Height:609.1m / 1998ft
RHB Section:07A: Braemar to Montrose
County/UA:Angus (UA)
Catchment:South Esk, Catchment Boundaries, Tay
Watershed:Firth of Tay
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Highland Five, Yeaman,
Deleted Graham
Grid ref:NO 28864 65095
Summit feature:no feature
Col:456.6m  NO 2624 6741  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 44
(1:25k) OL53S 388S
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica RX1250/Leica GS15
Surveys of Corwharn and Ladylea Hill.pdf
Comments:Removed from Grahams list in April 2014
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 188 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
hill of strone, bruntshields, eskielawn, corwharn repeat, hill of adenaich from parking at track entrance 350m north of cormuir farm.robertphillips14/12/2019
Who can resist a circular walk over 3 Marilyns? Parked at the end of Westerton track, up the road to Balintore castle track, then grassy track straight uphill past the quarry, becoming a path, then joined main track up Cat Law. Followed the fence down, then track to Cormaud. Track fades so traversed down to col, and track to Corwharn. Good enough tracks to Milldewan Hill; followed fence (track) then grassy sheep tracks down to col. Up deer tracks and vague tracks to Creigh Hill. On to Cairn Plew and down to Middle Coul, and road back.Gill13/04/2019
Parked at Balintore. With Brian R. on the farm track until the wood. Up the hill and along the ridge to the top.Play2End26/01/2018
With Rick Saltervegibagger02/07/2017
Repeat w Jenx, Bryher, Iain B, Charles E and Chris W. Up from Backwater resvr, continued w Charles over Corwarn for another repeat :-(nordicstar02/07/2017
Even though an ex graham nice peak. Ornate cairn. Time for a butty. Company: Soloiandesbottes24/05/2017
I thought this was a Graham when I climbed it, after I'd done Cat Law.IanHHill01/09/2016
With Dave Roeder. From Glen Prosen Hostel (9:50) to Corwharn (12:15). Down fairly direct to col and along ridge to Cat Law (15:00). Soft snow, often waist deep on paths slowed progress. Nearly trod on a hare. Down to W Lednathie & back to hostel (17:30). Overcast & windy but clear.dbb29/04/2016
From Glen Prosen, Cormuir Farm to north east. Track now is excellent all way to col, easy walking, then follow fence line over featureless heather and knolls on good trails. Disappointing summit, was the cairn removed when Graham status was withdrawn?nordicstar24/01/2016
From Cormuir. Track all ok. Followed the fence from the bealach in the mist and rain.jenx24/01/2016
Weather fair, snow on peak.MountainMac06/12/2015
4 of 4: From Tarapetmile.ChrisR05/04/2015
nice dy outoatcake01/04/2015
CK, Chris A, Georgina SheilaS29/12/2014
With George Murray from Glen Prosen hostel. Amazing weather for November beautiful spring like temperatures. Followed the track all way to,the summitmunromurph30/11/2014
self (was a Graham)davidsbatty29/10/2014
Just demoted, no odds. Dry, part sun, warm, calm, good views.iangalbraith07/08/2014
From Easter Lednathie (park NO 3391 6354). Long Goat, Cat Law, Tarapetmile, Corwharn, Hill of Adenaich & Finlet. Roe Deer (and a few Red) and mountain hares.jimbloomer13/05/2014
after CL in round of 2.robertphillips02/03/2014
Solo run from Balintore over Cat Law and Corwharn. Ground ~50 m W of large cairn clearly higher.amswanston24/05/2013
Up from South, after Cat Law. Then down by S ridge to Glen Quharity and back to car at Balintore.russell6127/04/2013
A lonely Graham, done in the face of deteriorating weather. Solothenomad28/01/2013
From Cormuir. Heavy heavy rain. Track badly churned by caterpillar traction, therefore left it soon and cut uphill. Went over to Hill of Strone and then ambled straight down in the dark and wetness. Is this the right hobby for November?Martin R22/11/2012
Was a Graham when done on same walk as 2nd ascent of Cat Law.duchally26/02/2012
Climbed with 24 members of Friockheimdscargill21/11/2010
Cycle with A up Glen Quharitygav77717/04/2009
Solo Uisdean2503/03/2007
Walked up Glen Uig to ascend in good weather. Headed for Cat Law.JohnW25/10/2005
End of road in Glen Prosen. Pleasant green bridal track to col and intermittent path by fence to top. 12.20.arranc21/07/2003
good tk most way up, dull heathery summit with surprise grassy schist outcrop. Cormuir 307666 - Wester Lednathie 331632 RHW05/04/1999
Solo tripInvicta1427/02/1999
Cat Law and Corwharn from Glen Prosen.Eddie08/04/1996
Rambling Ray15/06/2019
dave g06/08/2018
Crawford Lindsay18/03/2018
Simon Winton31/03/2017