There are 282 Munro’s in Scotland – distinct mountains over 3000 feet – with many of these on classic mountain ridges and rangers spread throughout the Scottish Highlands.
If it’s your goal to climb one of these mountains but you’re unsure about going into the hills alone. Perhaps you’d like someone to look after the navigation? or maybe your concerned about what’s possible given the weather forecast? It might even be you need an extra vehicle for a shuttle at the end of the day. Whatever your reason, I can help be providing in depth knowledge of mountaineering in Scotland.
Example days would be:
Beinn Alligin – The Jewel of Torridon, and one of the finest Munro’s. You’ll get stunning views of the upper loch and toward Liathach.
The Grey Coires – A high level traverse of these fine summits gives panoramic views across the western highlands.
The Ring of Steal – A classic loop with ‘the wire bridge’ approach and waterfalls. The ridge itself is equally good with fantastic views.
Five Sisters of Kintail – in the heart of Scotland this fine ridge traverse has dramatic views with Skye, Knoydart and Glen Affric Hills it’s near neighbours.
This day will cover any Munro with at most a scramble of grade one on ascent or decent. If you’d like to complete a Munro via a classic scramble or one only accessible via scrambling then my Technical Munro(s) course is the one for you.