Coire

Some articles on coire:

Coire An T-Sneachda
... Coire an t-Sneachda (sometimes misspelled as Coire an t'Sneachda) is a glacial cirque or corrie landform in the Cairngorm or Am Monadh Ruadh mountain ... The summits of Cairn Lochan (1215m) and Stob Coire an t-Sneachda (1176m) lie above Coire an t-Sneachda's headwall ... The Gaelic Coire an t-Sneachda roughly translates to the English language as "Corrie of the Snow" ...
Stob Coire An Laoigh
... Stob Coire an Laoigh (Scottish Gaelic Peak of the corrie of the calf) is a Scottish mountain in The Grey Corries Range, 15 kilometres north east of Kinlochleven ... At an elevation of 1,116 metres (3,661 ft) Stob Coire an Laoigh is equal 37th in height (with Aonach Beag) on the Munro table ...
Morrone - Geography and Topography
... Its eastern flanks are drained by the Coldrach Burn and the Allt Coire na Sgreuchaig, both flowing into the Clunie Water to join the River Dee just north of Braemar ... Morrone has three named but unexceptional corries on its slopes, the Coire Allt a' Chlair to the west of the summit, the Coire nam Muc to the north and the Coire na Sgreuchaig on the north eastern ...
Sgairneach Mhòr - Geography
... Two distinct ridges go north and east from the summit enclosing Coire Creagach which is rocky but not overly steep giving a sporting scramble to the summit ... point never in doubt, standing at the NE end close to the edge of Coire Creagach and being marked by an OS trig point surrounded by a low stone built wind shelter ... Corbett of The Sow of Atholl, and is narrow near the summit as it goes round the rim of Coire Creagach before broadening as it drops in easy angled slopes to a col with a height of ...
Stob Choire Claurigh - Ascents and View
... The ridge is followed over Stob Coire Gaibhre and along the rim of Coire na Ceannain which gives airy views down to its circular lochan, to reach the ... Grey Corries ridge descending eventually by the north ridge of Stob Coire an Laoigh down to the forest and eventually Corriechoille ...