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Quinag - Spidean Coinich

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Spidean Coinich is the most southerly and accessible of the three fine Corbetts that make up Quinag.

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Region: Ullapool

Altitude: 764 metres

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Detailed route description and map

Quinag: three Corbetts

Other routes and challenges

The above classic route is almost invariably used for the ascent of all three Quinag Corbetts. A much easier walk is simply to ascend Spidein Choinich as described above and then return the same way.

Walker-friendly accommodation in the area

Assynt Hotels

Assynt B&B

Assynt Cottages

Ullapool & Assynt Hostels

Panoramic summit view (click to open)




Users' walk reports for Quinag - Spidean Coinich

There are 1047 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Quinag - Spidean Coinich. They have contributed 37 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
  25/03/2012  25 C3
  18/06/2018  15 M6C5G1S4
  01/10/2016  12 C4
  06/07/2018  10 C3G1
  01/08/2016  8 C3
  18/04/2015  8 C1
  04/05/2011  8 C3
  23/09/2017  7 C3G3
  11/07/2017  7 C3
  16/10/2015  6 C3
  07/08/2014  6 C3
  24/09/2011  6 C5
  17/08/2015  5 C2
  29/03/2014  5 C4
  05/07/2011  5 C3
  08/05/2016  4 C3
  29/03/2014  4 C3
  12/07/2016  3 C3
  30/04/2016  3 C1
  29/03/2014  3 M5C4
  08/09/2013  3 C1
  26/07/2013  3 C3
  28/03/2016  2 C3
  29/03/2014  2 C3
  27/03/2013  2 C3
  17/03/2009  2 C3
  19/08/2015  1 C3
  26/08/2014  1 C3
  22/07/2014  1 C3
  29/03/2014  1 C3
  09/05/2012  1 C3
  03/07/2011  1 C3
  12/05/2017  0 C1
  05/06/2013  0 C1
  18/07/2012  0 C3
  02/05/2010  0 C2
  01/08/1980  0 C3

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