Gairbeinn and Corrieyairack Hill, Melgarve
Gairbheinn and Corrieyairack Hill were once regarded as Corbett twins, both having the same height on maps although the descent between them is insufficient for them to be separate Corbetts. Gairbheinn has since found to be marginally higher, but both hills together still make an enjoyable round, descending from the top of the Corrieyairack Pass.
Mostly pathless hillwalking on heather hillsides, some sections of peat bog. Final stretch is back down the Corrieyairack Pass - a track.
None to start.
End of minor road from Laggan.
Hillwalking in Winter
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