It's rapidly approaching the end of May and we still have a large number of Corbetts to be climbed. Suggestions were made on Facebook that we should extend the duration of the event as many people are keen to get out and do more of the corbetts in the coming weeks. Therefore, the committee of Mountain Aid have decided to continue with the event until the end of July. Yes, that's a full 3 months of cobetteering!!
If you haven't yet got involved with Corbetts for Courses either join our dedicated Corbetts for Courses Facebook group or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is the latest Corbetts for Courses map.
Yellow star = climbed
Green triangle = climbed ie someone has said they will do it
Blue circle = available
More than one person/group can do a corbett and you can do as many as you wish.
Can you help us turn this map to yellow stars?
Half way through May, here is the latest map update from Corbetts for Courses. Can you help us turn this map to all yellow starts. Check out our Corbetts for Courses page for more information.
If you are booked on to Mountain Aid's Confidence for Navigation Course on either the 14th May or 22nd May could you please contact Mountain Aid either via Facebook private message or by email to email@example.com. Please advise us of which course you are booked on and your contact email address.
The committee of Mountain Aid have been made aware that some attenders of recent navigation courses may not have received Paypal refunds of their deposits.
If you have been affected please get in touch with us using the email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include the following information:
your email address as used for the Paypal transaction
contact email if different from Paypal one
Amount of deposit
Date of course that you attended
Mountain Aid apologises for the delay in processing these refunds and for any inconvenience caused.
So here's the latest Corbetts for Courses (C4C) map.
Blue dot = currently "unclaimed"
Brown triangle = "claimed"
Yellow star = climbed for C4C
More than one person can claim / climb a corbett and you are welcome to claim / climb multiple hills.
See our Corbetts for Courses page for more information.