Invasive tract-tracing in primates has shown that cerebellar regions (lobules) are differentially connected to the cerebral cortex. As diffusion tractography to/from the cerebellum is problematic in living humans, we propose a simple non-invasive approach to identify the patterns of grey-matter structural covariance between cerebellar lobules and the cerebral cortex as a proxy for anatomical connectivity. We performed vertex-wise linear regressions between lobular volumes and cortical thickness/surface area. We then clustered lobule-wise correlations to identify similar spatial patterns of cortico-cerebellar covariance. We identified differential patterns that may reflect the underlying connectivity between the cerebellum and cortex.