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Corserine is the highest summit of the Rhinns of Kells in Galloway. The grassy ridge stands clear of a sea of forestry plantations on either side.

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Region: Galloway and Dumfries

Altitude: 814 metres

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Detailed route description and map

Corserine and the Rhinns of Kells

Other routes and challenges

Corserine is fairly remote and routes other than from Forrest Lodge as given above are longer and more demanding. One possibility for an epic traverse requiring careful planning is to follow the entire line of the Rhinns of Kells from Meikle Millyea to the Coran of Potamark.

Walker-friendly accommodation in the area

Dumfries and Galloway Hotels

Dumfries and Galloway B&B

Dumfries and Galloway cottages

Dumfries and Galloway hostels

Panoramic summit view (click to open)

Users' walk reports for Corserine

There are 713 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Corserine. They have contributed 30 public walk reports including this summit. These are ordered below with the most popular ones first. The rightmost column shows how many summits were included in their report, which may help you to find the most relevant reports.

Title AuthorDate walked LikesHills
  21/04/2011  7 C1
  30/11/2014  5 C2
  10/09/2016  4 C1
  12/08/2017  3 C1
  04/06/2017  3 C1S1
  07/02/2015  3 C1
  15/11/2014  3 C1
  18/04/2014  3 C1
  09/01/2013  3 C1
  26/09/2012  3 C1
  29/09/2018  2 C1
  18/06/2017  2 C1
  26/05/2017  2 C1
  11/04/2016  2 C1
  27/04/2013  2 C1
  27/04/2013  2 C1
  03/09/2011  2 C1
  29/10/2017  1 C1
  15/08/2017  1 C1
  31/08/2014  1 C2
  13/05/2014  1 C3
  11/04/2014  1 C4
  24/05/2018  0 C1
  23/02/2016  0 C1G1
  29/04/2014  0 C1
  30/10/2011  0 C1
  05/12/2010  0 C1
  10/10/2010  0 C1
  30/05/2010  0 C1
  10/04/2010  0 C1

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