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Challenge yourself, discover what you're made of, and experience the real Scotland.

Whether you've never really walked outdoors before and want to get a taste for what it's like, or you're an experienced hill walker, we have day trips, expeditions, training courses and more, suited to anyone wanting experience Scotland.

You'll discover places you didn't know existed, abilities you didn't know you had, and have great fun along the way.

Check out some of our upcoming walks, expeditions and courses

Day trips
Ring of Steall
Navigation and other training
Night Navigation workshop
Navigation and other training
Practical Winter Skills course
Navigation and other training
NNAS Bronze Navigation
Expeditions
3 day camping expedition, Glenfinnan to Knoydart
Day trips
Aonach Eagach ridge, Glencoe
Navigation and other training
One Day Navigation
Navigation and other training
Introduction to ridge walking

A bit about us

Your Guides
Murray Wilson

Bitten by the outdoors bug as a young Scout, Murray has spent over 30 years hill walking, Munro bagging, hiking, trekking, backpacking and mountaineering all over the United Kingdom.

A member of The Mountain Training Association, he is a qualified Mountain Leader, a Mountain Safety Advisor to the BBC, NNAS accredited navigation instructor, First Aid instructor with an outdoor emergency First Aid certificate and holder of a Level 3 Award in Education and Training.

Murray is at his best leading long distance, self sufficient backpacking trips through remote wilderness areas of Scotland.

Ronald Morris

Ron has many years walking experience, having completed the Munros in 1992, an interest he has remained actively involved in over the years. He has given many lectures to a wide variety of groups and organisations relating to his interests and experience and offers guided walks/visits relating to his interests and can tailor these to suit clients’ needs.

Ron is also a leading authority on the history and wildlife of the islands in the Firth of Forth and he was actively involved in enforcing the legislation which protects our wildlife and the environment.

Allan Harley

Allan has been walking in Scotland's hills for almost 40 years, gathering a vast amount of experience. Also a keen hill and trail runner, he has completed numerous Ultramarathons, all of which were in mountainous environments. Allan holds a Level 3 Award in Education and Training and travels the country delivering First AId and Health and Safety training to various national companies and organisations through our sister company Wayymark Training.

Allan has a good knowledge of Scottish history and is passionate about the Flora and Fauna which he enjoys sharing with others.

Want to get in touch?

To find out more about our tours you can checkout all of our trips here. If you have any further questions, you have some special requirements you'd like to enquire about, if you would like us to put together a more bespoke trip for you, or if there is any other way we can help you then please tell us what you would like to know and we'll be very happy to get back to you as soon as we can.

Your can also call us of course on +44 7930243625, but we might be out and about and possibly in areas with less than ideal reception. If you do need to leave us a message we'll endeavour to get back to you as soon as we can.

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