Name:Ben Corkeval
Hill number:4783
Height:351m / 1152ft
Parent (Ma):1223  Healabhal Bheag
SMC/RHB Section:17A: North Skye and Raasay
County/UA:Highland
Island:Skye
Topographical area:SK05 Healabhal-lee
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Yeaman
(Hu,Tu,3,Y)
Grid ref:NG 18492 44829
Summit feature:knoll
Drop:103m
Col:248m  NG191446  
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 14 users)ByDate of Ascent
interloper31/05/2023
Fletch31/05/2023
BaggerGutt17/06/2019
mae05/09/2018
Martin R22/05/2018
bjewing23/04/2018
Having parked up on Tuesday 23rd at the col NG 162 466 at 225m elevation in windy cloud, Wednesday dawns calmer but still enveloped in the Scotch mist. Using compass and GPS on my phone wander across and NW to Waterstein Head. The views would be so good if the mists would lift. It's really dreich. Back at the car drive on south on this Cul-de-sac to the coll adjacent to Ramasaig Cliff then track across the northern slopes of Ben Vratabeck and across the moorland corrie top and up the slopes of Ben Corkeval. Unpleasant peat hags and troughs all up this north western side of the mountain. The wind is SSE getting quite brisk and I'm fed up with both it and this low cloud. Eventually close to the summit there's a three metre peat cliff. where I can sit down sheltered from it and I also notice there's suddenly a rare phone signal. I shelter from the wind and sit there and have an interesting chat with Alan Dawson about this and that.vegibagger24/05/2017
iaindbrown20/05/2016
Alan Whatley19/04/2014
From W, road summit, via the SubHump RHW18/07/2012
Sherlock31/05/2012
Fletch23/09/2010
Colin Crawford03/05/2008
chalky195309/10/2006