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The northern side is riven with corries, and in winter the spectacular rock faces can drip with ice.
For complexity of form and for the splendour of its corries and glens, this hill has few equals in the central Highlands.
Beyond the footbridge the narrow confines of the pass begin to widen out and one of Scotland's finest corries displays itself on the left.
A series of spectacular, steep corries now become evident, scooped out of the northern faces of the two hills.
Fired by curiosity, he decided forthwith to find out what had inspired this giddy language of rocky ridges, remote corries and distant summits.
The hill's north side is sculpted by two huge corries divided by the big north-east shoulder of the mountain.
The features typically have their heads in corries in which there may be a small glacier, but this is not always seen.
This is a magnificent top, the hub of four sinewy ridges that radiate from the summit to form the apex of five huge corries.
With the Cairngorms next on the list for national park status, this walk provides a flavour of the spectacular northern corries without being too arduous an undertaking.
As it is, we will just have to see what we can find in the back corries.
These eastern facing corries are the mountain's saving grace.
The north-east facing cliffs which dominate the high corries present an aspect of the hill which is in direct contrast to the rest of the mountain.
On the eastern flanks are deep corries, sharp ridges and a great deal of exposed rock, looking down on the Haweswater Reservoir.
Two unnamed corries are cut into the eastern face and between them a flat topped promontory juts out with the highest point on its northern edge.
These corries being scooped out of the northern face result in the connecting ridges between the three Buttermere Fells being fine and narrow.
The lakes are small but numerous, located mainly in mountain valleys or glacial corries.
The summits of the Cuillin are bare rock, jagged in outline and with steep cliffs and deep cut corries and gullies.
The area has long attracted winter climbers, especially to the northern corries.
The western slopes of these summits tend to be grassy, with rocky corries and crags on the eastern side.
Such corries are often known as combes in English place names, a word cognate with the Welsh word cwm.
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