The Skye Cuillin ridge is a mountaineers playground, with so much rock and so much choice you could spend days scrambling or climbing around in the many coires of the Skye Black Cuillin. Of course, there is the British classic of the full Cuillin ridge traverse too, Britain's longest mountaineering route and a must do for any mountaineer or climber. We offer guided Skye Cuillin ridge traverses and courses to tackle all of the 12 Skye Cuillin Munros. The Inaccessible Pinnacle is undoubtfully one of the Cuillin's most famous summits but all of the Skye Munros have their own place in the hearts of Scotland's mountain lovers.
When the weather is not playing fair in the mountains there is also Skye's many sea cliffs, with loads of varieties of rock and styles of climbing to choose from. All of our guides know the ridge like the back of their hand and have spent years working in the area. This knowledge helps us to find the right day to fit the notorious Skye Cuillin weather and balance your expectations and experiences.
A guided traverse of the Cuillin ridge really is a serious undertaking which requires a high level of fitness and confidence on the exposed and serious ground but the rewards and feeling you get on your walk out to the Sligachen hotel are enormous and worth the effort. You would have completed one of Britain's greatest mountaineering challenges.
All of Skye's Munros on the Cuillin are a bit more than a walk and a lot of people like to hire a guide to help with route finding and to keep them safe, over the more serious ground.
If your ambitions are to 'tick off' the Cuillin Munros and want that feeling of reassurance that comes with hiring a qualified mountain guide we can help.
The In Pinn (Inaccessible Pinnacle) is undoubtedly one of the most famous Munros on Skye, if not in Scotland. Anyone wishing to climb the Munros or complete a Cuillin ridge traverse will have to climb this large fin of rock. We offer In Pinn guiding along with all of the other Munros on the ridge.