Noun(1) a steep-walled semicircular basin in a mountain; may contain a lake
(1) Our original intention was to climb the slopes north of the lochan and so avoid the crags that form the corrie walls.(2) We shared the mountain only with a couple of wandering botanists who eschewed the top to search for a rare flora in the mountain corrie .(3) The route now begins to climb up beside those crags and into a high corrie before turning back on itself for the final push to the summit.(4) This is a magnificent top, the hub of four sinewy ridges that radiate from the summit to form the apex of five huge corries .(5) Back on boulder covered ground, a rough path follows the rim of the north facing corries , crosses a couple of subsidiary tops and then climbs the final slopes to the flat topped summit.(6) For complexity of form and for the splendour of its corries and glens, this hill has few equals in the central Highlands.(7) It's for good reason Streap has been described as ‘a most impressive peak of narrow ridges and shattered corries , with unremittingly steep slopes.’(8) A series of spectacular, steep corries now become evident, scooped out of the northern faces of the two hills.(9) 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.(10) 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.(11) These eastern facing corries are the mountain's saving grace.(12) The other Munro is in Atholl and lacks the special qualities of its northern namesake - crags, corries , high-level lochans and mind-blowing views.(13) The features typically have their heads in corries in which there may be a small glacier, but this is not always seen.(14) The main physical feature of the hill are the two great corries which are gouged out of the eastern flanks of the hill, the dark side of the mountain which is relatively unseen, and unfrequented.(15) Fired by curiosity, he decided forthwith to find out what had inspired this giddy language of rocky ridges, remote corries and distant summits.(16) Hidden from view down in the glen, they sit at the base of hanging corries - the legacy of a glacial past.
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