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Gaelic podcasts for the Corbetts go live

The Cobber, most popular of the Corbetts

The Cobber, most popular of the Corbetts

Walkhighlands today launches a new series of Gaelic pronunciation podcasts covering the Corbetts, the Scottish mountains between 2500 and 3000 feet. Now all walkers can listen to a native Gaelic speaker giving the correct pronunciation of summits such as Meallan Liath Coire Mhic Dhughaill, as well as the meaning or origin of the name. The 221 recordings add to those already available for the Munros and many other routes available free on the website.

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