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Munro Scrambles

£200.00 Price is £200 per day for 1 to 2 people.

Climb a Munro by one of it’s most challenging routes. This is the course you need for an ascent of the Forcan Ridge of the Saddle, climbing Tower Ridge on Ben Nevis or finally getting the last Munro Top done.

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The Munro’s offer some of the most enjoyable mountaineering in Scotland. Try your hand at a ‘technical route’. Tackle some of the hardest Munro scrambles to complete the Munros. Whatever your reason you are gaurneteed a memorable day by booking this course.

I keep a low ratios of 1 to 2 people so that we can use rope-work on the airy arêtes, towering chimneys and spectacular spires found on these incredible hills.
Examples of routes to take include:

  • Forcan Ridge on the Saddle
  • An ascent of the south ridge of Mullach an Rathain followed by a traverse of the Am Fasarinen Pinnacles on Liathach
  • Traverse the Aonach Eagach in Glen Coe

So if you’ve always wanted to finish the Munro’s with an ascent of Tower Ridge on Ben Nevis or traverse the pinnacles of An Teallach then book this course, I can guarantee you won’t be disappointed.

Additional Information

Ability

Hill Fit (climbing Munro’s is a challenging experience. Having the fitness to spend 8 hours walking in the hills will make it an enjoyable one).

Equipment

Waterproof Jacket, Waterproof Trousers, Hat, Gloves, Fleece / Jumper, Sturdy Boots, Rucksack (40l), Food and Drink, Map and Compass

Location(s)

Technical routes exist on many Munro’s. On making your booking we will discuss your aim’s for the day and a short-list of routes will be developed.

Start

8:30am – for Munro’s a reasonable start in the morning is a good idea.

Finish

5pm – I aim to finish the day at 5pm however the cost includes any overrun needed for you to enjoy your day in the hills.

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