Rock climbing, Ben Nevis
Rock climbing, Ben Nevis

Guided Hill walking courses, Lochaber and Glencoe

Lochaber and Glencoe Munros - Ring of Steall, Mamores CMD Arete

Forcan ridge - Guided Hill walking Forcan ridge, Glen Sheil.

Scotland is well known for its hill walking, its accessibility, beauty and sense of wilderness is what helps to make it so attractive. Lochaber and the surrounding area have the highest concentration of Munros in Scotland, with some of them being the most famous. Ben Nevis, Buachaille Etive More, Bidean nam Bian and Ben Starav are just a few.

 

We offer guided Hill walking on all of the mountains in Scotland, whether it is your first Munro or you are well on your way to 'ticking' off the Munros. Popular days out include the Carn Mor Dearg Arete, the Ring of Steall, a traverse of the Grey corrie's, the Mamore's.

 

Scotland has 283 Munros, which are the main mountain summits above 3000ft. 'Munro bagging' is the name given to the hobby or practice of climbing all of the Munro's. 'Munro baggers' is the name given to people looking to 'tick off' all of the mountain summits on the list. Some people take it very seriously, others see it as an opportunity to go somewhere new. Some of these Munro routes are the best days out that Hill walking in Scotland has to offer but there is so much more to Scotland than the Munros. If you are looking for inspiration or have no clue where you want to go with your adventure, please do give a call.

 

We offer year-round guided Hill walking on any date that suits you and can accommodate a wide range of abilities and fitness levels. Our prices start at £200 a day for one person but if you are a group the price per head is much lower.

CMD arete The CMD arete with the Ring of Steal in the distance.

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