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Name:Corrieyairack Hill
Hill number:632
Height:892m / 2927ft
Parent (Ma):631  Gairbeinn
RHB Section:09B: Glen Albyn and the Monadh Liath
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Ness, Catchment Boundaries, Spey
Watershed:Inner Moray Firth
Class:Hump, Simm, Corbett Top, Yeaman, Deleted Corbett
(Hu,Tu,Sim,CT,Y,xC)
Grid ref:NN 42983 99575
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:135.7m
Col:756.3m  NN 4561 9895  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 34
(1:25k) OL55 401
Observations:rock by cairn at NN 42810 99710 is 0.5m lower
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
Comments:Formerly at NN428997. See Database Notes
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 126 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
P a little E of Melgrave. Visited Gairbeinn, Carn an Aonaich Odhair, Geal Charn & Corrieyairack Hill. With Bolton & Jon F. A few cm of snow on tops - the weather just got better & better - a classic hill day.ger07/11/2019
From Gairbeinn. Great views and an interesting descent back to Melgarve on the Generals road. Mr Wade could certainly teach modern day road builders how to do the job properly and make it last. With Ger and John F.bolton07/11/2019
With ger and bolton, en route from Gairbeinn to the Corrieyairack Pass.Jon F07/11/2019
decibel27/07/2019
Corbett book gives other summit as the high point -Luckily I visited both summits! Solo.Dangerous Dave01/07/2019
From melgarve.hils29/06/2019
A good round from Melgarva Bothy though cut short by ominous rumbles of thunder and lightening flashes. Corrieyairack Hill(Ct); Bac nam Furan(Ct); Geal Charn(C); Gairbheinn(C); Gairbheinn N top(Ct); Carn Dearg (Gt); Creag Mor(Ct) and back down to bothydickscroop29/06/2019
Toril23/06/2019
Martin R25/05/2019
Kiltie19/01/2019
Dave McG18/01/2019
hillhunter23/09/2018
BaggerGutt21/07/2018
alda12/07/2018
mae213/06/2018
Dave Geere05/06/2018
TGO Challenge 2018twg2716/05/2018
neilsan15/03/2017
borderline11/03/2017
From Gairbeinn via good walking country. Then down to pass via hill track. Pass is very scarred by work on pylons which will take time to recovertrimarc221/06/2016
andrew brown30/04/2016
CKSheilaS02/01/2016
With Ian Coker, SMMC Raeburn meet.clashcityrocker03/11/2015
paz195303/07/2015
BlackPanther09/11/2014
Fifth day of a trip to NW Highlands - climbed on return due to poor weather. From Melgarve. From Gairbeinn. An unremarkable hill. The power lines spoil this landscape rather a lot! We did not have a view from the summit, but did for most of the ascent. With DW & SL.AGWilliamson23/09/2014
mae23/06/2013
try9fan22/05/2013
With Steve, Wendy and Norman. Now down to the Cable Track.Play2End23/02/2013
bertbarnett12326/08/2012
Alan22/05/2012
via Gairbeinn from Melgarve in fine sun and snow, cool breeze. with K, return from pass. 6.5 hrs total inc many stopsniallp04/03/2012
Did in a round with GairbeinnNozzer07/02/2012
Up from road end passed Garve Bridge, @ NN500953, walked on the old road to top of pass. Picked up Corrieyairack Hill tops, then via Geal Carn to Gairbeinn.Back down hill to Melgarve.nordicstar22/04/2011
jenx22/04/2011
SpudGunn09/04/2011
jimbloomer15/11/2010
Cuillin10/10/2010
peterstanding16/08/2010
Gavin Theobald04/06/2010
DaveMcS15/05/2010
Tony Rogers11/05/2010
keithpostie11/04/2010
ngthack13/03/2010
MacAoidh10/10/2009
AndyS04/05/2009
foggieclimber14/06/2008
beinn14/06/2008
benarmine07/05/2008
IainT02/06/2007