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  • Glen Affric
    Glen Affric

    Glen Affric NNR is a magical place and that is why we specialise in trips to this area. One of the world's most outstanding areas of beauty, rich in natural heritage and history, the wild and remote glens are home to the highest mountains north of the Great Glen.

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  • Torridon

    In Torridon the mountains meet the sea. One would be forgiven for becoming spellbound by the area’s awesome scenic grandeur and picturesque coastal seascape.

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  • Cairngorms

    With 4 of Scotlands 5 highest mountains and an area 40% larger than the Lake District, the Cairngorms National Park provides the visitor the chance to explore an arctic wilderness, experience ancient Caledonian pine forest, and glimpse into the time of the Ice Age.

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  • Kintail

    The mountains of Kintail stand as sentinels guarding the road to Skye. The area contains one of the greatest densities of mountains in Scotland, including famous ridge walks and 1 of the highest waterfalls in Scotland.

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Map of Walking Areas

Glen Affric Walks

Eastern Munros - WGA1

thumbnailImageA fantastic introduction to the Affric Munros. We ascend Tom a Choinnich (1112m) from the wild Gleann nam Fiadh via the Creag na h-Inghinn ridge which leads us to the large summit cairn. Descending to the Bealach Toll Easa we journey on to the summit trig point a-top Toll Creagach (1053m). Our reward is a 360˚ view of the Scottish Mountains looking at both coasts from the same spot!

PRIVATE GUIDING from £120 per day

peaks: Tom a Choinnich, Toll Creagach

Affric Horseshoe – WGA2

A serious mountain expedition within the Glen Affric NNR, climbing Sgurr na Lapaich (1036m); Mam Sodhail (1181m) and Carn Eige (1183m) We traverse steep sided ridges and bag several tops, whilst enjoying spectacular views and remote countryside from the highest mountain between the Great Glen and Iceland!

PRIVATE GUIDING from £120 per day

peaks: Mam Sodhail, Carn Eige, Sron Garbh

Affric Wildside – WGA3

Getting wild in the Affric NNR we reach Mam Sodhail (1181m) via the An Tudair (1074m) ridge. The wilderness feel is continued as we journey around hidden Coire Coulavie to Creag a Chaorainn high above Loch Affric.

PRIVATE GUIDING from £120 per day

peaks: An Tudair, Mam Sodhail

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Torridon Walks

Ben Damh - WKT1

thumbnailImageTorridon is an awesome area and this walk presents panoramic views of the regions finest mountains. We begin by winding up through rhododendron thickets and ancient Caledonian forest towards Ben Damh (903m). On gaining the col, we traverse across quartzite boulders to the summit where we are rewarded with outstanding views of lochs and sandstone giants.

PRIVATE GUIDING from £120 per day

peaks: Ben Damh

Bein Eigh – WKT2

For the lover of wilderness, Torridon demands respect and grasps the heart. Our traverse of the Beinn Eighe massif takes us into this remote countryside via a superb summit ridge. The remoteness of the great northern corries and the commanding triple buttress, coupled with magnificent views of the neighbouring giants Liatach and Ben Alligin, makes for an incredibly rewarding day.

PRIVATE GUIDING from £120 per day

peaks: Bein Eigh

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Cairngorms Walks

Cairngorm Corbett – WCG1

thumbnailImageOur circular walk leads us through the ancient Caledonian forest to the glacier outflow of the Ryvoan Pass and the picturesque ‘little green loch’. Meall a Bhuachaille (810m) is quickly reached and presents grandstand views of the northern corries of the Cairngorms and the Abernethy Forest to the north. Our traverse of this 3km fine broad ridge is followed by a gentle descent through the pine forest keeping a watchful eye for the rare capercallie.

PRIVATE GUIDING from £120 per day

peaks: Meall a Bhuachaille

Bynack More – WCG2

Our route leaves Glenmore and journeys through the Ryvoan pass and past the emerald coloured loch of Lochan Uaine. Whilst gaining height we are presented fine panaramic views of the Abernethy forest and RSPB reserve. The shapely pointed summit of Bynack More (1090m) is soon before us and once gained provides fine views to the Cairgorm massif and the unuaual granite tors found in the region.

PRIVATE GUIDING from £120 per day

peaks: Bynack More

Cairn Gorm & Ben Macdui – WCG3

This is a big day. We travel around the northern corries up onto the cairngorm plateau to reach mighty Ben Macdui (1309m). From this 2nd highest point in the UK we return back across the plateau with the option of visiting Cairngorm (1244m) before descending and returning to our accommodation for a well earned dram.

PRIVATE GUIDING from £120 per day

peaks: Cairn Gorm & Ben Macdui

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Kintail Walks

The Saddle & Sgurr na Sgine – WK1

thumbnailImageThe traverse of The Saddle (1010m) via the scramble up the Forcan Ridge is a classic mountain route but coupled with the ascents of Sgurr na Sgine (946m) and the sharp peak of Faochag, this is one of the best days out in the Scottish mountains.

PRIVATE GUIDING from £120 per day

peaks: The Saddle, Sgurr na Sgine

Five Sisters of Kintail – WK2

These 5 awe-inspiring maidens rise from beautiful Glen Shiel to 1067m. Glaciation and weathering has transformed their western faces into steep sided glens, lined with fine ridges. We follow the undulating ridge from east to west, staying at eagles eye level for 7km before descending to the shores of Loch Duich and the western seaboard.

PRIVATE GUIDING from £120 per day

peaks: Sgurr na Ciste Duibhe, Sgurr na Carnach, Sgurr Fhuaran

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