Multi-day Munro Expedition

From: £300.00 Priced £150 per day for 1 to 6 people.

Explore the remote mountains of Scotland while being self sufficient in the Hill’s is a truly wonderful experience and one not to be missed.

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Many Munro’s are best completed as part of a multi-day munro expedition. This allows you to experience the truly unique nature of the Scottish highlands.

Example trips include:

Knoydart Munro’s – There are three Munro’s on the beautiful peninsular of Knoydart. A traverse through these hills from Loch Horn to Inverie is an experience not to be missed.

Fisherfield Munro’s – There are six Munro’s in the Fisherfield forest, Britain’s last great wilderness. Completing this trip will take in beautiful scenery and remote terrain.

Cairngorm Traverse – The Cairngorm National Park features a spectacular high plateau, ridge walking and bothy experience. With 18 Munro’s there’s plenty of scope for multi-day expeditions in this area.

You’ll spend the night under, canvas, stars, or in bothy’s (basic shelters). We’ll carry everything needed with us for the expedition including stoves, food and sleeping bags.

Accommodation before and after the course is not included – tents, sleeping bags, sleeping mats and stoves can be provided as needed. 

Location of the trip will be discussed on making the booking. If we can’t agree on an itinerary for the trip you will receive a complete refund.


Additional Information


Hill fit (Multi-day Munro trips require a degree of fitness to enjoy. If you have any questions regarding this don’t hesitate to get in touch.)


Waterproof Jacket, Waterproof Trousers, Hat, Gloves, Fleece / Jumper, Sturdy Boots, Rucksack (40l), Food and Drink, Map and Compass, Headtorch, Sleeping bag*, Sleeping Mat*, Stove*, Tent*

* These items can be provided if needed or you can bring your own.

Note during winter extra equipment will be needed.


We will discuss the location of the trip when the booking is made.


I normally aim to set off around mid morning on the first day of the course to give time for sorting out equipment.


I normally aim to finish around mid afternoon on the final day of the course to give time for sorting kit out and making sure we’re not too tired for onwards journeys.


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