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Mountain trips & guiding
Scotland’s mountain scenery is vast, diverse, wild, and awe-inspiring. From classic peaks such as Ben Lomond and the Cobbler, just a short drive from the major cities, to remote wilderness areas hours from civilisation, via Britain’s highest summit and the famous long-distance trails of the West Highland Way and Great Glen Way, the opportunities are boundless.
Whether you're after a gentle stroll through beautiful glens or a reintroduction to hillwalking, an active addition to a family holiday or a strenuous outing to bag that once-in-a-lifetime peak, why not come on a day trip?
Day trips offer the chance to sample a new activity, escape the city, and see Scotland at its best.But they're also suitable for experienced walkers wanting to challenge themselves physically without any of the stresses of route planning or navigational worries.
Ben Nevis is high on many people's lists, and eminently achievable for anyone with a reasonable level of fitness (weather permitting of course). But on the right day stunning views can be seen from almost any peak, and in low cloud glens and valleys can provide a truly magical experience.
Expeditions and wild camping
Scotland’s access laws are among the most liberal in the world, allowing multi-day journeys into the heart of isolated glens. You truly can abandon the beaten track and venture where the landscape takes you, utterly self-sufficient. It is perfectly possible to hike for days and not see a soul.
If you fancy taking your hillwalking to a new level, why not try an introduction to wild camping trip? The terrain will be relatively straightforward to allow you to practise walking with a heavy load, and distances will be kept moderate, giving plenty of time to check gear, learn how to choose and set up a campsite, and experience the joys of solitude.
Alternatively if you're an experienced backpacker, come along on a multi-day expedition into the Cairngorms, across Rannoch Moor or through the Rough Bounds of Knoydart. These areas are among the most remote in the British Isles, and offer a true wilderness adventure.
Walking holidays offer a relaxed and flexible approach to exploring Scotland. Each one is based in a specific area of the country, such as Fort William, Loch Tay or Glen Affric.
The holiday is then spent in a series of day trips; where possible the schedule is kept flexible to ensure we make best use of the weather conditions.
We can help you find accommodation that suits your requirements and your budget, and in the evenings group members are free to either do their own thing or meet up for dinner.
We do not currently have any trip dates in the calendar. However we can run bespoke trips. Prices start at £70 for a half day and £120 for a full day. Some kit hire is also available. Please contact us for more information or to book.