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Day trips

There's loads of the Scottish highlands that can be explored over a day. We have more than 15 trips suited for all levels of experience. So whether you've never walked the highlands before or you are up for something a little (or a lot) more challenging, we've no doubt you will find a day walk to suit what you're after right here.

Ben Nevis by the Carn Mor Dearg arete in winter

Skill level
Challenging - For experienced walkers only
SM
Grade 1

Join us for a fantastic winter ascent of Ben Nevis via the classic Grade 1 winter route, the Carn Mor Dearg Arete. An amazing day out allowing you to experience an ascent of Ben Nevis from one of the best mountaineering routes. A distance of 17k,  taking between 8 and 10 hours to complete. A classic ascent of Ben Nevis, highly recommended.

You will very likely have completed a winter skills course or be proficient and well practiced in the use of B2 boots, crampons and ice axe and are looking to build on this experience by gaining confidence on snow covered arete. If you are in doubt about your experience or ability for this day, contact us in advance for a chat.

B2 boots, crampons, helmet and ice axe can be hired from outlets in Aviemore such as Tiso or Ellis Brigham if you do not have your own. Further, you will need to come prepared with head torch and goggles, as well as appropriate clothing and adequate food\water for an extended day in the mountains. Your fitness level will need to higher than a typical summer hillwalking day, you're carrying more equipment, moving through deep snow so can expect to expend more energy. You can see a full list of recommended kit here, again, if in doubt, please don't hesitate to contact us in advance.

We start on good tracks before beginning the ascent of Carn Beag Dearg across a short section of boggy ground. It's a steady climb up onto Carn Mor Dearg from here and weather permitting, the views are stunning, both of Loch Linnhe behind and the North Face of Ben Nevis ahead. It can take a good three hours to reach the summit of Carn Mor Dearg and lunch is often taken on this magnificent viewpoint.

The arete itself is fairly wide and there are relatively few sections where hands may be needed to pass large boulders or other rock features. Before you know it, you'll be heading up the boulder field and popping out onto the summit of the UK's highest.

This is a fantastic day, highly recommended.

We will meet at 0830 in the Forestry Commision car park at Torlundy for a kit check and briefing before beginning our ascent.

Cost is only £50 per person (maximum group size is 6)

There are a large variety of accommodation options available in Fort William including Hostels, B&B and Hotels. Buses and trains are frequent from the Central Belt. If you're booking into the SYHA premises in Glen Nevis, use my code King-19 for 10% discount.

Duration
8 - 10 hours
Distance
17 km
Group size
6
Start time
0830
Start location
North Face car park, Torlundy, Fort William, PH33 6SR

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Broad Buttress Scramble

Skill level
Challenging - For experienced walkers only
SM
Grade 2

Buachaille Etive Mor is possibly the most photographed mountain in Scotland. It's iconic location and shape make a magnet for tourists, photographers, walkers and climbers alike. There are several routes that can be used to ascend this magnificent mountain and today we are going to scramble a classic.

Broad Buttress is a grade 2 scramble on the north aspect of the mountain and is accessed from the Lagangarbh path. The route has some delightful rough rock, a spectacular location and gives a fantastic route to the summit.

We will meet at the car park\layby at Altnafeadh, on the A82, Ballachulish, PH49 4HY for 0900 on Saturday 25th April 2020. You will need your usual hillwalking attire including food and drink to last a good day in the hills.

Duration
6 - 7 hours
Distance
8 km
Group size
2
Start time
0900
Start location
Layby\car park at Altnafeadh, A82, Ballachulish, PH49 4HY

£ 60.00 

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Ring of Steall

Skill level
Moderate - Previous walking experience higly recommended
SM
Grade 1

This is a truly fantastic walk, it has great variety, a river crossing, steep ascents, ridges, scrambling and exposure; it really does have it all across this wonderful route. There are two sections of Grade 1 scrambling where hands may be needed.

The Ring of Steall is well known in Scottish hillwalking folklore as a classic route combining four Munros with scrambling along narrow aretes. The route starts with a walk in from the Falls of Steall and up onto An Gearanach then Stob Choire a Chairn, Am Bodach and then across the Devils Ridge to Sgurr a'Mhaim before a descent out to the car park at the Polldubh falls.

Total distance is about 16k (10 miles) and I'd expect to be out for between 7 - 9 hours to complete this walk.

We will meet at the Ben Nevis Visitor Centre, Glen Nevis, PH33 6PF before driving down the Glen to the start of the route.

There are a large variety of accommodation options available in Fort William including Hostels, B&B and Hotels. Buses and trains are frequent from the Central Belt. If you're booking into the SYHA premises in Glen Nevis, use my code King-19 for 10% discount.

Duration
7 - 9 hours
Distance
16 km
Group size
10
Start time
0800
Start location
Ben Nevis Visitor Centre, Glen Nevis, PH33 6PF

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Ben Cruachan and Stob Diamh

Skill level
Moderate - Previous walking experience higly recommended
SM

Ben Cruachan is famous for the power station built inside the mountain, fed water from the loch some 400m above, it can react to demand for power from the grid within seconds and is an engineering marvel, well worth a visit. For us hillwalkers though, it's a lovely peak, easily spotted from anywhere in the southern highlands with it's distinctive alpine pointed shape.

This is a lovely circular walk, with a distance of about 15 km and 1,400m of ascent. Sea level starts always do that to you! It will take between 7 and 9 hours to complete both of these Munros.

Due to extremely limited parking at the start of the walk and indeed anywhere within several miles for large numbers of vehicles that we may be bringing, we will meet in the car park of The Green Welly Stop, Tyndrum FK20 8RY at 0800. We will transfer into as few vehicles as possible for the 25 minute drive down to the start.

The Green Welly cafe stop opens at 0700 for breakfast if you fancy arriving early and taking on some fuel for the day ahead. I'll be there early for coffee and a bacon roll.

Duration
7 - 9 hours
Distance
15 km
Group size
10
Start time
0800
Start location
The Green Welly Stop, A82, Tyndrum, Crianlarich FK20 8RY

£ 35.00 

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South Glenshiel Ridge, Kintail

Skill level
Moderate - Previous walking experience higly recommended
SM
Grade 1

Saturday 16th May 2020 at 0800 meeting in the Cluanie Inn car park which is on the roadside of the A87 by the end of Loch Cluanie.

This is a level 4 walk, 22 km with 1,800m of ascent and will take between 8 and 11 hours to complete.

The ridge can be walked from either end with no one way or the other being preferred. The only differences being if you start at the west end, Malagan, you have a further 150m of ascent than if you start at Cluanie. You do, however, have the psychological benefit of being able to see the Pub get closer as you walk East! We will look to tackle it 'downhill' from Cluanie to Malagan unless the weather dictates otherwise.

There is some light scrambling where hands may be used on at least two sections. These are popular Munros among baggers, seven ticks in one day is a big reward for the effort. Given good weather, the views are stunning, this is a favourite walk of mine in one of Scotland's most beautiful areas, Kintail.

Citylink run a direct bus service from both Edinburgh and Glasgow to Portree, both of which pass by the front doors of the Cluanie Inn and Kintail Lodge Hotel. If you speak to the driver, they will drop you off and pick you up at both locations. They're very used to walkers using both as a base for Kintail.

Should you prefer, accommodation before or after, can be sought in the Cluanie Inn itself or at the Kintail Lodge Hotel, Invershiel which also has a Hostel. There is a campsite at nearby Shiel Bridge or the Ratagan Youth Hostel where you can get a 10% discount on your stay if you use my code, King-19

Why not make a weekend of it and join us for the Forcan Ridge walk.

Duration
8 - 10 hours
Distance
22 km
Group size
10
Start time
0800
Start location
Cluanie Inn car park which is on the roadside of the A87 by the end of Loch Cluanie, Glenmoriston, IV63 7YW

£ 35.00 

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Forcan ridge, Kintail

Skill level
Moderate - Previous walking experience higly recommended
SM
Grade 1

Sunday 17th May 2020 meeting at 0800 in the Malagan Bridge layby on the A87 at grid reference NG 971 139

The Harvey British Mountain Map for Knoydart, Kintail and Glen Affric shows a hillwalkers paradise with 43 Munros, 21 Corbetts and the 113m high Falls of Glomach on one sheet. Truly an area for the Munro Bagger if ever there was one. Add to this the stunning scenery on the drive into the area on the Road to the Isles and you have a recipe for a spectacular weekend in a magical area. With so much to choose from, it's always going to be challenging to pick a route.

The Forcan ridge is a Scottish Classic grade one scramble, leading onto the first Munro, The Saddle from where we descend and head for the second, Sgurr na Sgine. The route is tackled from Malagan Bridge.

A stunning walk in big mountain areas that should not be underestimated. A high degree of fitness will be required to tackle the route, if in doubt, please contact me in advance.

Previous clients have enjoyed a variety of accommodation in the area at the Kintail Hotel, which also has two small bunkhouses. There is a campsite at nearby Shiel Bridge and the National Trust for Scotland Kintail Outdoor Centre has 5 rooms in nearby Morvich. The Cluanie Inn with both Hotel and Clubhouse accommodation can also be used as a base. Ratagan Youth Hostel is also an option, just a few miles from the Kintail and Glen Shiel area. If booking at a SYHA, use my code King-19 for a 10% discount.

The Cluanie Inn, Shiel Bridge and the Kintail Hotel are all on the main A87 road and well served by Scottish Citylink bus services from Glasgow to Skye.

Why not make a weekend of it and join us on the South Glen Shiel ridge walk

Duration
7 - 9 hours
Distance
14 km
Group size
6
Start time
0800
Start location
Malagan Bridge layby on the A87 at grid reference NG 971 139

£ 35.00 

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Beinn a Ghlo

Skill level
Easy - Some experience recommended but not necessary
SM

You are looking for something a little more challenging, having completed your first few single Munro days. Maybe thinking of multiple summits, pushing yourself a wee bit further. Beinn a'Ghlo is a fantastic massif of some 22 km including over 1,200m of ascent. It's a mini mountain range all in itself with three separate peaks, all Munros, on its massive bulk. It has a relatively high start\finish point of around 340m at the car park at Loch Moraig and the going is mainly on good paths, although there are areas of wet, boggy ground. The initial ascent up Carn Liath is on a steep, scarred path which you can see from the A9. It will take between 7 and 9 hours to complete all three Munros. Group fitness may determine whether two or three of the Munro summits can be achieved and your guide will make a decision based on this during the walk.

We will meet in the car park of The Atholl Country Life Museum, Old School, Blair Atholl, Pitlochry PH18 5SP which is on the main road (B8079) as you drive through the village, at 0830. From here we will make our way together up the single track road to the car park at Loch Moraig to begin the walk.

Blair Atholl is on the main bus and train routes from both Edinburgh and Glasgow. Car sharing is encouraged wherever possible. The excellent https://www.blairatholl.org.uk/wheretostay/ has a list of several places to stay in the area should you be looking for accommodation before or after the event.

Cost is only £35 per person (maximum group size is 10)

Duration
8 hours
Distance
22 km
Group size
10
Start time
0830
Start location
The Atholl Country Life Museum, Old School, Blair Atholl, Pitlochry PH18 5SP

£ 35.00 

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Ben Nevis via the Carn Mor Dearg Arete

Skill level
Moderate - Previous walking experience higly recommended
SM
Grade 1

The highest mountain in the UK deserves everyone to have a go at ascending it at least once and for the hillwalker, this is one of the better routes.

We start on good tracks before beginning the ascent of Carn Beag Dearg across a short section of boggy ground. It's a steady climb up onto Carn Mor Dearg from here and weather permitting, the views are stunning, both of Loch Linnhe behind and the North Face of Ben Nevis ahead. It can take a good three hours to reach the summit of Carn Mor Dearg and lunch is often taken on this magnificent viewpoint.

The arete itself is fairly wide and there are relatively few sections where hands may be needed to pass large boulders or other rock features. Before you know it, you'll be heading up the boulder field and popping out onto the summit of the UK's highest.

This is a fantastic day, highly recommended.

We will meet at 0830 in front of the Glen Nevis Visitor Centre, Glen Nevis, PH33 6PF before driving round to our start point at Torlundy.

Cost is only £45 per person (maximum group size is 6)

There are a large variety of accommodation options available in Fort William including Hostels, B&B and Hotels. Buses and trains are frequent from the Central Belt. If you're booking into the SYHA premises in Glen Nevis, use my code King-19 for 10% discount.

Duration
8 10 hours
Distance
17 km
Group size
6
Start time
0830
Start location
The North Face car park, Torlundy, Fort William PH33 6SR

£ 45.00 

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Ben Macdui, Carn a'Mhaim and Derry Cairngorm

Skill level
Challenging - For experienced walkers only
SM

Ben Macdui is the second highest mountain in the UK and towers above the Lairig Ghru as well as giving enviable views across the stunning Loch Etchachan, the highest significant body of water in the UK at some 920m above sea level.

This is a long walk of about 34km starting and finishing on excellent paths from the Linn of Dee. With such good walking, the distance can be covered fairly easily if you have food stamina and hill fitness. We will have a total ascent of about 1,300m and our day should take between 9 and 11 hours to complete.

From the Linn of Dee car park this is a fine walk along excellent paths passed Derry Lodge into the central Cairngorms and up onto the long ridge that is Carn a'Mhaim. From here we walk along the ridge and up onto Ben Macdui summit looking for those enviable views across the Lairig Ghru to Braeriach before walking down to the beautiful Loch Etchachan then returning over Derry Cairngorm, taking us across three Munros for the day.

We will meet in the Linn of Dee car park, Braemar, AB35 5YB at 0800 to begin this walk.

Braemar is well served with Hotels, B&B's and camping. There is also a youth hostel where you can get 10% off your stay by using my discount code, King-19

Cost is only £35 per person (maximum group size is 10)

Duration
9 - 11 hours
Distance
34 km
Group size
10
Start time
0800
Start location
Linn of Dee car park, Braemar, AB35 5YB

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Achaladair Munros

Skill level
Moderate - Previous walking experience higly recommended
SM

The Achaladair munros rise abruptly from the south side of Rannoch Moor and can look slightly intimidating from this angle They are a fine walk though and have excellent views, especially out across the moor. They provide a good days walk of some 20 odd km with a little bit of everything thrown in, a river crossing, pathless, steep terrain, narrow ridge, fine woodland and much more.

There is a new walkers car park just off the main road as you enter the track to Achallader farm. We will meet here at 0830 and decide on whether a clockwise or anti-clockwise journey is best for our weather forecast, paying attention especially to any rain so we can make the right decision for the river crossing.

Achallader is on the main A82 road so bus and train links into nearby Bridge of Orchy are excellent. Previous clients have stayed at the Bridge of Orchy Hotel or the West Highland Sleeper situated at the railway station. The Inveroran Hotel is a 10 minute drive from Bridge of Orchy or By The Way campsite in Tyndrum, just 15 minutes.

Group size is limited to 10 only, book early to secure your space.

Duration
8 - 9 hours
Distance
21 km
Group size
10
Start time
0830
Start location
Car park before Achaladair Farm, Bridge of Orchy, PA36 4AG

£ 35.00 

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Summer Solstice on Ben Nevis

Skill level
Moderate - Previous walking experience higly recommended
SM

Saturday 20th June 2020, meeting at 2300 at the Glen Nevis Visitor Centre car park, Glen Nevis, Fort William, PH33 6PF for a briefing and kit check.

Join us for the amazing experience of seeing the sunrise from the highest point in the UK on the longest day of 2020.

This is a level 3 walk where we will ascend the mountain track in darkness by torchlight with your experienced guides. We will carefully ascend at a slow pace, it is in the dark after all, aiming to be on the summit by 0400, to await the sunrise at about 0430. We will celebrate the solstice with a wee dram of Malt Whisky or a mug of hot chocolate.

We will descend by the same route, returning to the car park for about 0830.

Please note that the weather conditions are outwith our control and in the event of low cloud or other poor visibility, seeing the sunrise may not be possible.

It is not uncommon for there still to be snow patches on the summit plateau at this time of year. Please bring warm clothing (even in midsummer the temperature will be around zero degrees centigrade), waterproofs, gloves and a hat, sufficient food & water for a 10 hour walk and remember a head torch with spare batteries for the ascent.

Duration
10 hours
Distance
16 km
Group size
10
Start time
2300
Start location
Glen Nevis Visitor Centre car park, Glen Nevis, Fort William, PH33 6PF

£ 50.00 

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Beinn a'Bheithir

Skill level
Moderate - Previous walking experience higly recommended
SM
Grade 1

Beinn a'Bheithir is the name given to the magnificent two munros that sit directly behind Ballachulish. Driving south from Fort William gives an impressive view as you approach the Ballachulish bridge, gazing up into the corrie with the peaks sitting either side.

This route is affectionately known as the Schoolhouse ridge, starting from the village school and climbing the excellent ridge to Sgorr Bhan before arriving on the summit of the first munro, Sgorr Dhearg. Across to the lower but more exciting viewpoint of Sgorr Dhonuill doesn't take long with it's short, rocky scramble up onto the summit a real highlight (no difficulties) before descending back to the carpark by one of the three options available, depending on the weather and how our day has gone up to this point.

A real classic ridgewalk, not to be missed.

There are a large variety of accommodation options available in nearby Glencoe with the www.clachaig.com nearby www.redsquirrelcampsite.co.uk as well as B7B's, private Hostel www.glencoehostel.co.uk and the SYHA where you can use my code King-19 for 10% discount.

Meet at 0830 in the car park outside the Tourist Information and Visitor Centre (across from the Coop) in Albert Road, Ballachulish, PH49 4JB

Cost is only £35 per person (maximum group size is 10)

Duration
7 - 9 hours
Distance
16 km
Group size
10
Start time
0830
Start location
Albert Rd, Ballachulish PH49 4JB

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Bidean nam Bian and the Hidden Valley

Skill level
Moderate - Previous walking experience higly recommended
SM
Grade 1

People ask me what my favourite mountain is all the time. It's a difficult one to answer when we have so much choice in Scotland. This one is always high on my list though, it's just stunning in my view.

This is a fantastic walk, only 11km long but with lots of steep rock, some loose scree, amazing views and will take between 6 - 8 hours to complete.

After leaving the vehicles in the layby we drop into the glen on a good track which takes us quickly over the bridge and then into the gap between two of the three sisters, Gear Aonach and Aonach Dubh. We follow the track up into the Coire nan Lochan before popping out beside the waterfall onto a plateau with the great buttresses ahead. All hidden from view way back down by the road, you are now just entering the massive bulk of this mountain.

Passing the lochans we will pick our way up onto the ridge before soon coming to a cairn. Not the summit though as Stob Coire nan Lochan is too close to the main summit to qualify for a Munro. Onwards to the high point of Bidean nam Bian at 1150m. South east from here, carefully down to the bealach at the head of The Hidden Valley, passing our descent spot before climbing again to the second Munro summit of Stob Coire Sgreamhach. Return to the bealach and descend steeply into the Hidden Valley, wondering at the scenery and listening to your guide as they recount some of the history of this magical place. Pick up the path through this remote place and descend out the narrow entrance back into Glencoe and return to the start.

Meet at the Three Sisters of Glencoe car park half way up Glen Coe at NN170569. If coming down the road, it's the first carpark on your left just after you pass the whitewashed cottage at Allt-na-ruigh.

Previous clients have stayed at the SYHA in Glencoe. If choosing to reside there, remember and give them my discount code King-19 for 10% off. There are B&B's and Hotels in the village of Glencoe also which are close to the start of the walk.

Cost is only £35 per person (maximum group size is 10)

Duration
6 - 8 hours
Distance
11 km
Group size
10
Start time
0830
Start location
Three Sisters of Glencoe car park half way up Glen Coe at NN170569

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Aonach Eagach ridge, Glencoe

Skill level
Very challenging - Previous experience on challenging walks essential
SM
Grade 2

A classic ridge walk, not to be missed. Possibly the narrowest ridge on the UK mainland and definitely a day to remember traversing high above Glen Coe on the crazy pinnacles. An exhilarating and special day taking in the two Munros of Sgorr nam Fiannaidh and Meall Dearg on route.

This is a challenging walk with sustained, exposed, Grade 1 to 2 scrambling across about 1 km of ridge. The entire day will take between 6 and 8 hours to complete. Before tackling this route, it is recommended that you have experience of other ridge walks and be comfortable with exposure.

We will meet at 0830 at the car park of the Clachaig Inn, Glencoe, PH49 4HX before placing a vehicle at the finish point and then driving to the start at Allt-na-Ruigh

In the event of inclement weather where safety is compromised, an alternative scramble in Glen Coe will be substituted.

There are a large variety of accommodation options available in nearby Glencoe with the Clachaig nearby Red Squirrel Campsite as well as B&B's, the private Glencoe hostel and the SYHA where you can use my code King-19 for 10% discount.

Cost of this days scrambling is £80 per person (maximum group size 3)

Duration
6 - 8 hours
Distance
12 kms
Group size
3
Start time
0830
Start location
Clachaig Inn, Ballachulish PH49 4HX

£ 80.00 

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Meall Glas and Sgiath Chuil

Skill level
Moderate - Previous walking experience higly recommended
SM

A circular walk taking the two lesser visited Munros of Meall Glas and Sgiath Chuil from Glen Dochart. At about 16 km this isn't a particularly long day but the pathless, boggy ground and fairly steep descent and re ascent between the hills makes it a memorable one.

Parking at the start of the walk is extremely limited so we will instead meet at 0830 in the free car park at Loch Lubhair, Crianlarich, FK20 8QS and transfer into just two or three vehicles before heading up to the startat Auchessan.

Previous clients have stayed in Crianlarich which has a Hotel, B&B's and Hostel accomodation. If using the Scottish Youth Hostel give them my cose King-19 for 10% off your stay.

Crianlarich is well served by both busses and trains from the Central belt making these hills a good choice if travelling by public transport.

Why not make a weekend of it and join us for Cruach Ardrain and Beinn Tulaichean.

Duration
7 - 9 hours
Distance
16 km
Group size
10
Start time
0830
Start location
Loch lubhair parking, Crianlarich FK20 8QS

£ 35.00 

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Cruach Ardrain and Beinn Tulaichean

Skill level
Easy - Some experience recommended but not necessary
SM

The usual route to tackle these two Munros above Crianlarich is to come in from Loch Doine in the south but I much prefer this linear walk from Crianlarich with it's simple out and back route over a reasonable path most of the way. Views across to An Caisteal to the West and Ben More to the East, given the weather, are fantastic.

We will meet in the public car park opposite The Rod and Reel pub, Main Street, Crianlarich, FK20 8QN which is on the main road (A85) as you drive through the village, at 0830. From here we will transfer into two or three vehicles then make our way together to the layby on the A82 to begin the walk.

Previous clients have stayed in Crianlarich which has a Hotel, B&B's and Hostel accomodation. If using the Scottish Youth Hostel give them my cose King-19 for 10% off your stay.

Crianlarich is well served by both busses and trains from the Central belt making these hills a good choice if travelling by public transport

Why not make a weekend of it and join us for Meall Glas and Sgiath Chuil

Duration
7 - 8 hours
Distance
15 km
Group size
10
Start time
0830
Start location
Free car park opposite the Rod & Reel, Main Street, Crianlarich, FK20 8QN

£ 35.00 

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